Ok I had to go to walmart today for some stuff and it was a zoo! Well making this short I'm checking out and this lady comes up and plops down a lice treatment thing and I look at her scratching her head! I felt bad but now I'm horrified. Could I get them from her? What do I do?
U would have to get pretty close to catch them but to be on the safe side buy a very fine tooth comb (preferably white if u have dark hair) then when u wash ur hair leave the conditioner in and comb it through checking the comb for lice after every stroke. Use a white piece of paper to bang the comb out onto if u see anything in the comb x
I will. Just got some. I'm weird every time I hear the word bug or see some one scratching I beging to scratch. Had lice as a kid and mom chopped all my hair off. Don't wanna do that. But may just color my hair too while I'm at it. Good chemicals lol thanks ladies
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