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Hair drying and styling for spoonies

by | 6 Dec 2018 | Fibromyalgia | 0 comments

Estimated reading time:
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Updated Date:
Aug 18, 2020

First, I need to do is apologies because I recorded this video back in October.  I am now uploading it in December! In my defence, I have got some new software (we grabbed a deal on the Adobe CC licence a little while back), so I can now use Premiere Pro. Although the primary editing method is very similar to other software I’ve used, I had to learn the finer details. To some of my readers, it is obvious I would turn to Skillshare to find a suitable course (there was plenty of choices). So here we are in early December when I am sharing my first video edited in with Premiere Pro. If you haven’t guessed already, it is about hair drying and styling for spoonies.

I had to do something with my hair

Tucked away within the video you see I have once again been at it cutting my hair. But I won’t give you any spoilers. The real reason for making this video is because I discovered a new gadget that has revolutionised my experience of drying my hair. The best thing to do is let you see for yourself.

Hair drying and styling

I know that the Revlon Hair Styler and Volumiser (available at Amazon – affiliate link) is a considered purchase and most spoonies don’t have very much spare cash. So I will ask you this: Do you struggle with drying and styling your hair? Is it affecting your confidence? Possibly it may be worth the investment? This blog post is no heavy sales pitch though so I will leave you to decide if you fancy giving it a go (or given the time of year may be asking Santa ?) If you would like to know more about the hair cutting gadgetry I am using in the video, check out my Manageable Hare Care blog post. You can get the Tangle Teezer I mentioned in the video at Amazon if you are a Prime member you get 20% off.

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The next Fibromyalgia post will be all about pampering products for spoonies, just in time Christmas Shopping and hopefully some relaxatation time to enjoy them.

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