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Video Lice Tip Of The Day

Video Lice Tip Of The Day
Updated on 
March 2, 2018

 

How do you know if a nit is a nit?

  • A nit is glued onto the hair at an angle. 
  • If you take your finger and slide it down the hair shaft, dandruff will slide right off.
  • Another way to find out if a nit is really a nit, is to remove it and place it on a damp paper towel. A nit will appear black against a white background. 

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