Idiot She asked me to get your input on this. She wears her hair pretty short - easy for travel. But she does like to use some kind of mousse or gel to spike it up a little and give it some character.
Overall, we prefer products with no scent. I find myself more and more sensitive to the layers of scent producers seem determined to add to every candle, soap, anti-static dryer sheet, deodorant, foot cream... well, you get the picture.
In our northern climate, many of the perfumey-scents draw bugs. The black flies, bees, and other insects seem to be attracted to scents. Mosquitoes are still under debate.
So - the question. It seems like all the hair products she has found so far have pretty strong scents. I suspect a lot of coconut oil is involved, along with whatever else they toss in. Idiot She is wondering if she should get a "perm" to avoid using these hair products on safari and in our wanderings.
I'm pretty much looking for some female responses here - my idea of the ideal scent is "pepperoni" - and I'll tell you right now, I don't like her perms much...
so... will her coconut-scented hair be a bug magnet?