Mum, Head-to-Toe: 'Hair' us out
Wonder Gro Protein Styling Gel provides a flake-free, alcohol-free hold for textured hair and is great for braiding, twisting, styling and smoothing edges.

Listen, these days laying your baby hair is practically an art form and should be treated as such! Whether you rock your natural hair, wear wigs or sew-ins, the right combination of swoops and curls are usually the finishing touch to a polished style. However, if not done correctly, or worse yet, with a product that doesn't offer much staying power, it can put a damper on your 'do.

With mummy duties aplenty, Tuesday Style Dryer (TSD) reckons you might not have the time for trial and error. So we've partnered with Medical Disposables & Supplies Limited (MDS) to take the guesswork out of getting perfectly laid edges.

Smooth your baby hair to perfection with Wonder Gro Pretty Edges with Jamaican Black Castor Oil. The formula protects and grows your edges while giving you the extreme hold you need to maintain your on-the-go style! Need some additional control? Try one of many styling gels that promise a healthy shine and superior hold.

Whether you have a protective style and want elaborate baby hair or styling your natural hair and want sleek edges to complement your curls, the Wonder Gro products will keep edges laid with no fuss or flaking.

Wonder Gro Pretty Edges with Black Castor Oil will help protect and grow your edges while giving you the control and hold you need.(Photos:
The Wonder Gro Jamaican Black Castor Oil (left) and Argan Oil styling gels will leave your hair with a healthy shine and superior hold. (Photo:
Condition and repair your voluminous mane with ultra-moisturising Wonder Gro Coconut Oil Styling Gel.

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