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Be a Glam Mom with Dove Hair & Walmart

Are you one of those people who have perfect hair? Like that shiny, perfect, not-quite-totally straight, but not-quite-curly, perfectly beautifully wavy, gorgeous hair? If so, then I hate you. {Not really. It’s not good practice for a blogger to tell her readers she hates them. But your hair annoys me, that’s all.} I have curly, not-so-perfect hair. In the winter, I mostly blow it dry straight and then use a straightener, but that causes lots of damage — and quite frankly, with 3 boys under the age of 9, I don’t always have that kind of time. In the summer I get hair that looks like Monica’s did when they went to Barbados in Friends. Not pretty. I also highlight my hair, and trying to find the time to go in for regular touch-ups in between sports, activities and other kid stuff is not so easy.

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Which is why I was so excited to find out that Dove Hair and Walmart have teamed up to help moms out with some of their biggest hair challenges. They have compiled videos that show how to fix some common hair issues, like how to get wavy hair without using a curling iron, quick alternatives to the ponytail and how to help color last longer.

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While you’re there, you can also view Walmart’s complete line of Dove Hair care products {I personally love their Color Care line of products}. Check it out now! 

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