So, my daughter (6) has decided to have her very short hair grow out. I am okay with it. But she lays on it a certain way when she sleeps and now it's all damaged and crinkly. Kind of like a doll's hair feels.
So, I put some oils in it, conditioned it, some bed head stuff. Some detangler stuff. And this has been over the past few weeks.
When she had short hair it didn't do this. When she had long hair before it did this.
So, I told her and I even showed it to her. Well, she wants me to cut that spot out and let the rest grow long. Ummm, no. It's right smack in the back of her head and I told her it all had to be short or she had to have long hair with this dry spot because of how she sleeps.
Anyone have any ideas? I'd like to cut it - it looked good that way! And she even sleeps with a satin pillow which the stylist suggested.
FYI: She has very light, straight blonde hair. It's not textured
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