Disclosure: Diary of a First Time Mom partnered with Influence Central to review the Just For Me Hair Milk line. Although some form of compensation was received, all opinions remain my own. #happyhairtime #5FingerChallenge. Dear Diary, My bathroom closet can easily be mistaken for the hair care aisle at almost any drug store. There are rows of shampoos, conditioners, moisturizers and oils. I’ve poured hundreds of dollars into products, in search of one that works well on my daughter’s curly, kinky locks. I haven’t found a line that meets all of my needs, however I discovered a concoction to alleviate dryness, tangling and breakage. Hair styling can be a frustrating process, which sometimes causes Caitlynn to cry. It reminds me of sitting in front of my kitchen stove as a kid and getting my hair hot combed. I’m glad that times have changed and products have advanced. We recently tested the Just For Me Hair Milk line, which can be found at Walmart. The collection takes detangling and hair washing to the next level by delivering tug-free manageability before, during and after the wash phase. The best part—I can finger comb my daughter’s hair without sparking any tears! The products are also enriched with a blend of natural ingredients, including shea butter, soymilk and honey that seals in moisture, softens hair and prevents breakage that can occur while combing. Here are the five steps to achieve moisturized, manageable hair. I liked that this rich, creamy formula softened and smoothed hair to ease pre-wash detangling and minimize breakage from combing. I could really feel the difference. Caitlynn’s hair didn’t feel dry or brittle. I then used the sulfate-free cleanser to cleanse without stripping her hair of natural oils. This is very important—I never use shampoos containing sulfates. Caitlynn naturally has dry hair, so I must avoid products that make her hair brittle or cause split ends. Caitlynn also has eczema, so some shampoos can irritate her scalp. The conditioner contained micro-oils, humectants and proteins, which ensures long-lasting conditioning benefits. I loved the leave-in detangler, which made it easier to blow-dry Caitlynn’s hair. While getting her hair braided, we protected her hair and moisturized her scalp with the leave-in conditioner, which was creamy and lightweight. I also applied a mixture of castor and tea tree oils, because her hair is extremely dry. Hey DFTM–Have you taken the #5FingerChallenge with their kids? Run your hand through your child’s hair to see if it’s manageable and moisturized. Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.