Ever have one of those days when your kid wakes up and looks like they had a fight with someone in their sleep? I mean they look like a real mess! Then you have 3 minutes to get them dressed, fed and out the door so that they don’t miss the school bus. What to do with THAT hair? You have to try So Cozy Detangler & leave in conditioner from Cozy’s cuts for Kid’s hair salon in NYC. This is the best stuff ever and it smells fruity awesome. Truthfully I use it too! who says its just for kids? All the products are great but, the detangler is a favorite in our house.
Growing up in one of the 5 boro’s you had to get your first hair cut at the same place as John-John(John F. Kennedy Jr.). I believe the name was Lollypop or maybe you got a lollypop LOL!!. Well now if you live in any of the 5 boro’s you must get your first hair cut at Cozy’s Cuts for kids. Cozy (yes that is her real name) started the kids hair salon craze. I have been taking my kids their since my son was a year old he is now 14 and whenever we are back in NY we make sure to stop at Cozy’s.
If you join their facebook page they are starting to do giveaways and contests…I was able to get a detangler as a giveway for you!!!! YAY!!! Here is a link to the site http://www.cozyscutsforkids.com and their Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/?ref=home#!/CozysCutsForKids
Lori Gilman is the owner & designer of love2design jewelry a collection of hand engraved jewelry for moms to express their creativity and love of life. Lori is also a personal shopper working with some of New York City’s most affluent men and women. Facebook Love2design Jewelry. Blog & Website.
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