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Have a Good (Hair) Day
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     challenging words:    hairspray, lather, stringy, tangle, scalp, massage, tips, mirror, dryer, brushing, blot, rinse, oily, sized, shampoo, minutes


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Have a Good (Hair) Day
By Patti Hutchison
  

1     You look in the mirror and what do you see? Oh, no, a bad hair day! We all have them. Having messy hair can almost ruin your whole day. What can you do to keep this from happening again?
 
2     People notice your hair. Clean, neatly styled hair makes a good impression. Dirty, stringy hair makes people think you are not a neat person. Follow these steps to put your best hair forward.
 
3     First, keep it clean. Wash it at least every other day. If you have oily hair, you might have to wash it every day. If you use styling products like gel and hairspray, you also might have to wash your hair every day.
 
4     It is easiest to wash your hair in the shower. Wet your hair completely. Put a quarter sized dab of shampoo into your palm. Then put the shampoo on your scalp. Work it into a lather through all your hair. Gently massage your scalp. This will help keep it healthy, and it feels good, too!
 
5     Rinse your hair with warm water. Make sure all the soap is gone. If it still doesn't feel clean, wash it again. Then gently squeeze some of the water out of it. If you have long hair, you might want to put some conditioner on it.

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