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Get Your Hair Ready for School With Goody



You may have noticed that I've focused quite a bit on Hair Care this month and that's because we've been trying to take a lot better care of our hair. As I've mentioned before, our hair tends to really get dry here in Colorado and so I've been trying new protective styles for Madison. She's currently in crochet braids which she just loves with the curly look. That means that her own hair is protected and there's less stress on her hair when it comes to daily care. It's also a lot easier to style so when Goody invited us to their blogger network I was ecstatic. Why? Because we are HUGE fans of Goody and their hair accessories. I think every parent with a daughter has used at least one Goody hair care product. Whether it be their ouchless brushes or their cute little ponytail holders. We always tend to have a few on hand because as a mom they just seem to disappear.

Goody sent us quite a great selection of products and her big sister decided to take a few for herself because according to her, "Madison doesn't need it all". And she may have been right. One of the first thing she grabbed was Goody's new Ouchless Brush. Now I have to admit that I was a bit skeptical about Goody's claim about it reducing your hair breakage by 55%. They also claimed that "Goody’s exclusive FlexGlide™ bristles combine strength with flexibility to move through your hair effortlessly, gently removing tangles without snagging or breaking strands". So of course we had to put it to the test. You know us on Growing Up Madison. We try everything we review. So did it do the job?


Well Madison hates brushing her hair. She claims that it hurts, quite possibly because her normal brush does pull on her hair and it snags. Well for once there was really no complains and she actually enjoyed doing it herself. Wow! I'm really amazed and now I think I need to grab a few more in different sizes. They may even make great gifts for my girlfriends with little girls who hate brushing as much as Madison did.

So for the second day of school Madison decided that she wanted to wear this really cute Aztec print jumper. Yes I let her choose her clothes within reason. I believe in the power of choice (within reason once again). I remember growing up I didn't really have much of a choice of what I wore. My mother chose everything for me. I'm a different kind of mom and give my kids choices. If they want to look like a clown in school then that's their choice. Well Madison has a great sense of style so I've had no problems so far. Well we decided that we were going to do a few styles using Goody's hair accessories until she found the style she wanted. So here's goes.


This first style we like to call the Pocahontas and can be achieved by just placing one of Goody's Headwraps around your hair and forehead. Quite unlike the way you would place a headband. Madison decided that this style wasn't quite for her but I thought it looked rather cute.


The second I called flower power. This required one of Goodies Barrettes with the flower design. Kind of like the hippie look but once again Madison didn't like it. She claimed that her hair was still falling in her face so we went on to look number 3.


This look was also achieved by once again using Goodies Barrettes and I just clipped her hair at the side. It kept her hair out of her face but my style inclined little girl finally thought that while she liked her hair out of her face, she needed something a bit more so I let her choose. It's all about choice and Goody has enough hair accessories to make choices.


She finally decided on the Goody Headbands. These comes in variety packs and she picked out both a black and pink with sparkles because according to her, they matched her outfit. And she was right! So finally she was set.

Goody makes it so easy to style your hair for back to school and we can't wait to share with you some more of the styles that we came up with. You can find Goody hair care products at most major stores and pharmacies. So grab a few of their accessories and brushes for back to school and share some of your favorite styles with us. We can't wait to see them!


Here are the ways to connect with Goody:


Let's discuss: What's your favorite Goody Hair Care Accessory if you've used Goody products before? 




Disclosure: Growing Up Madison receives products in order to conduct reviews. No monetary compensation was provided unless noted otherwise. All opinions are 100% my own. Some posts may contain affiliate links that I receive commission for payment from in exchange for referrals. In the event of a giveaway, the sponsor is responsible for delivery of the prize, unless otherwise noted in the posting. Giveaways are not sponsored by Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+ or any other social media site. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I personally believe will be a good fit for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

Annmarie John
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  1. I am the only girl in this house, but I have used Goody products all my life.

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  2. Goody is the best! I've used them lifelong and now Scarlet uses the brushes, hair ties and handbands.
    Also.. Madison's hair is fabulous.

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  3. I use Goody's ponytail holders! they hold up really well unlike some brands.

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  4. Goody are the only pony tail holders I have ever used. They last forever and I have a ton of hair so I need one that is very durable and Goody is our favorite!

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  5. I actually just purchased a new Goody brush and some headbands at Walmart this afternoon. Their stuff is good quality and reasonable priced.

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  6. I have two girls and we buy a lot of Goody products. I'll have to look into the hair brush as they have very thick hair that most brushes pull.

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  7. what a great selection! I love this brand, I remember my used Goody for me as a kid and now I use them for my 6 year old daughter. She would love Ouch-less brush I am sure because she cries every time I brush her hair.

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  8. I adore my Goody products for sure. I tend to keep my haor up so I can work better and Goody is my go to brand.

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  9. I hate buying off brand hair items........Goody is the best!! I have had my Goody brush of years and probably need to replace it but it is my fave!!!

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  10. My daughter and I love Goody. Those pictures are adorable!

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  11. They have such an awesome variety of hair supplies. I think it's common to have more than one Goody product in the house.

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  12. Goody has so many great quality Products! These are all such cute stuff .. your daughter is so lucky t have all these amazing Things. I've had a Goody Paddle brush for the longest time and it still works

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  13. I still use Goody products to this day on my own thick hair - they last so long and they have so many colors and styles. Your daughter is adorable.

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  14. We've loved Goody forever. I remember my mom using the brand years ago! Your daughter looks so so so cute with her hair like this, I just love it!!!

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  15. We have two little girls and hair products just seems to be one of those hot gift ideas.
    I swear we are floating in them!
    Love the pink barrette! my youngest has an outfit that would match it perfectly.

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  16. I love Goody products they have a nice variety and are reasonably priced

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