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Hair Gel Or Root Lifter?

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I have a powederpuff whose hair just goes straight down into her face. We usually keep it in a ponytail, but by the end of the day the little rubber band has loosened enough that it doesn't keep and I'd like to have the option not to have to put her hair up every morning. I'm sure she'd rather be without, too. I also don't want to cut it because it's so long and pretty.


Do any of you ever use product to keep your pup's hair out of their face? I saw Chi makes some but I don't know what it's like and my local Petsmart doesn't carry it. If such a thing exists, could you recommend a product I could use that does not smell strong and would lift her hair out of her face (also that's available in the US)?


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My kids have allergies so I would be really reluctant to experiment... and the ones that don't, have more of a brillo pad then a hair doo so, no issues there! LOL

Sorry not too much help... 


I wonder if you could get/make a snood with ear holes... but I suppose you would need a very patient crestie lol...

We had afghans and if they didn't have a snood on they had a habit of eating their gorgeous head and ear hair...  again, sorry I'm not much help! Although I am curious to hear any other suggestions you might get!

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I just cut a ''V'' shaped piece of hair from between Jakks' eyebrows....he still has his crest , but it stays out of his eyes

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