My hair is a magnet for smell.
No matter what I am making or who I am around, I will pick up smells.
And certain smells don't want to wash out.
If I spend any length of time around people smoking cigarettes or anything else, I am going to smell like a smoker or a pothead and the smell is worse when I get my hair wet in the shower.
Good reason to stay away from those people.
Ok, I realized that sounded bad.
My dad smokes so it's not like I'm going to stay away.
I can just wash my hair and if I make supper or bake, I smell like what I just made.
And if I am lucky it's a combo.
I made scalloped ham and potatoes so I have the ham smell goin' on.
I also made these butterfinger bars so I have a sweet chocolate/peanut butter smell mixed in.
It isn't pretty.
Pretty nasty, actually.
And in the winter my hair gets so dry that it doesn't do well when I have to wash it multiple times a day.
I really don't know why my hair is such a sponge.
Honeyman smoked years ago and my hair always smelled worse than his.
How does such a thing happen?
The shampoo I use doesn't matter.
My hair just sucks all the smells up like a vacuum cleaner.
Maybe I need to start wearing a kerchief on my head like Aunt Jemima.