Hair a Druck’s Nest? Try Terax

I have baby fine hair. The kind that sometimes works itself into a frizzy little nest on the back of my head by the time I get up from a nap. Now, nest-head might work for babies. On adults, it’s just sad. So thank God my sister introduced me to Terax:

Sounds like a scary dinosaur. Works like a dream.

I get my fix from Amazon.com via Jade Beauty Supply. Sephora stopped carrying it and, like a junkie, I feverishly hunted down an alternate source. Turns out that Jade is cheaper than Sephora, they deliver it right to you (sometimes free of charge!) AND they are more generous with the samples. Win/win/win!

I find that I can use it not just on my ends but all over my damn fool head, without concern that my hair will have that waxy, un-rinsed conditioner film or roots so greasy you can’t even tell that I washed it at all. (And I demand credit for cleanliness. It’s one of the bigger accomplishments of my day.) And it smells good. According to the Beauty Blogging Junkie (whom I now ADORE — where have you been all my life, soul mate?), the fragrance is rice flower, shea, bergamot, and juniper.

Smelling EVEN BETTER, now that you’ve got me talking about the hair up there:

Bumbles bounce.

Bumble and bumble Creme de Coco Masque smells good enough to eat, and if I had a nickel for every guy that buried his face in my hair and said, “Yummmm” I’d have about 40 cents. (That’s eight times, right? Just checking.)

I can’t use it all the time because it is really rich and heavy. (Not to mention crazy expensive. Might as well rub caviar on my head and call it a day.) But as I stand there in the shower, letting it sink in and do its magic, I get bored and read the label. So I know without looking that it says, “Words can’t describe how soft, silky and glossy this trio of tropical butters leaves hair — you just have to feel for yourself.” So give it a try! But Terax first. And fight the bird’s nest that be.

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