Halloween Hair and Johnson's No More Tangles

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Halloween costume decisions are kind of a big deal around here. Since my littlest has been obsessed with Unicorns all year long, we could not think of a more appropriate costume for her. I was planning on DIY'ing the whole costume, but we happen to stumble upon a Unicorn costume while out shopping one day. The costume came with a horn on a headband but, I just knew I had to make my own tweaks. With the head of hair on this little girl, I knew we would have enough to make our very own Unicorn horn. 

We have loved Johnson's No More Tangles for as long as I can remember and have used the The three-step regimen since their hair first passed their shoulders. The 3-steps are essential for maintaining healthy-looking and nourished hair. 

Step 1: Cleanse using JOHNSON'S® NO MORE TANGLES® leave-in conditioner shampoo & conditioner for soft and smooth hair

Step 2: Nourish using JOHNSON'S® NO MORE TANGLES® conditioner

Step 3: Style using a wide tooth comb or brush and JOHNSON'S® NO MORE TANGLES® detangling spray 

I love that the 3-step routine unlocks 75% of knots and is clinically proven to gently cleanse and rinse. As my girls have gotten older and started to wash their own hair, they feel at ease washing their own hair when they can read the words "No More Tears" on the bottles that they use. 

My favorite is the JOHNSON’S® NO MORE TANGLES® leave in conditioner that detangles and conditions, no rinsing required. This is a life saver on a daily basis, but even more so when we're getting ready for Halloween. 

To make your own Unicorn horn, all you will need is the Johnson's No More Tangles detangling spray and leave in conditioner (of course it helps to have washed with the Johnson's Shampoo and Conditioner too), a piece of paper, bobby pins and a couple hair ties.

After washing hair with Johnson's Shampoo and Conditioner, separate the hair into sections. You will need to part the hair and make a small pony tail on the top of her head. 

Next take a piece of paper and roll it into a cone. The piece of paper depends on the length of your daughter's hair, my little one cut her waist length hair over the Summer and now her hair is just beyond her shoulders, her cone was about 4 inches tall. 

Place the cone on top of the pony tail and pull the hair through the top. To make this easier, open the cone and put the pony tail in, then close the cone with a little piece of tape. The hair should be coming out of the top of the cone. 

Wrap the hair around the cone. There is no specific way to do this and you'll have to play with it a bit to get it the way that you want but it can be done. It took me a couple tries before I had the Unicorn horn that I liked. Wrap the hair around the cone all the way around, smoothing as you go and pinning the hair at the end. That's it for the Unicorn Horn.

For the rest of the hair, it's up to you. I wanted to leave it down but my daughter likes her hair up and in a pony tail, so that's what she got. Also, anything goes once the horn is up! You can put hair chalk to add color or glitter! I added glitter as a final touch, because Unicorns need glitter.

When it's time to wash all of that Halloween fun out of her hair, don't forget that Johnson's No More Tangles Shampoo and Conditioner will work great at gently removing all of the fun and keeping her hair soft and ready for the next day. 

So tell me! What is everyone dressing up as this year?

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of JOHNSON'S Baby. The opinions and text are all mine.