Tuesday, November 1, 2022

Follow Me for Hacks on How to Keep Bugs Out of Your Hair

Have you ever wondered what it's like to have a raid fly trap stuck in your hair? You didn't? Oh okay. Well, let me catch you up to speed...

November 12, 2020, Heather decided to feed a freshly caught juvenile agama lizard. By the way, they're invasive. For those unfamiliar, it looks like this:

It's the baby version of this guy: 


Behold, the one I caught.

As I was cleaning the baby scaly dragon's food dish and throwing the old food into the garbage, a couple hairs escaped from my mane and grabbed on to the raid ribbon fly trap next to it. It was at that moment, I learned I messed up. 

The ribbon was yoinked in to the rest of my hair. On a scale from wax to children's sticky hands, it was both of these combined. I never thought I would give a review on a bug trap, but it definitely did the job, and more. Five Stars.

To remove the fly trap, I used a handful of coconut oil first, followed with shampoo afterwards to reduce the chances of frying my hair and creating more damage.

As for how to keep bugs out of your hair, if you don't bring bananas in your home, you won't have fruit flies. If you don't have fruit flies, you won't need to use a fly trap, and you won't end up in my situation.

Hope this brought some quick entertainment and an idea for how to get something sticky out of longer hair. Don't forget to leave a comment, even if it's just a smiley face. Hope you had a better November 12th than me. Cheers!

Raid Fly Trap Tail......