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Is manageability an issue when styling your daughter's hair?

Posted by on Aug. 15, 2013 at 1:11 PM
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by on Aug. 15, 2013 at 1:11 PM
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Amari06
by Bronze Member on Aug. 15, 2013 at 1:11 PM
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I have a 7yr old dd and 1 1/2yr old dd. Both have very thick coarse hair that needs to be moisturized. I find myself washing, deep conditioning, moisturizing with a "pudding", and adding in coconut oil. All these steps before I can blow dry and straighten.

I keep her hair braided and repeat this process every two weeks. Hopefully the hair milk will be able to tame her thick hair so she can rock her natural curly hair w/o the shrinkage and frizz.
MommeisQueen
by on Aug. 15, 2013 at 1:11 PM
Hi. Wow. I cannot wait to try these products. I have three daughters and they each have a different curl pattern and thickness to their hair. I've been looking for a product that will moisturize and let them wear their natural texture. :-))
MommeisQueen
by on Aug. 15, 2013 at 1:11 PM
Quoting MommeisQueen:

Hi. Wow. I cannot wait to try these products. I have three daughters and they each have a different curl pattern and thickness to their hair. I've been looking for a product that will moisturize and let them wear their natural texture. :-))



Manageability is of super high importance to me because I always want them to look nice and feel good about themselves. Managing their curls and kinks can be tough but I'd rather it be as easy on them as possible.
Amari06
by Bronze Member on Aug. 15, 2013 at 1:11 PM
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I want my girls to be proud of the hair they have and learn how to work with it not against. For a very long time I wished I had different hair and now I get so may complements on the texture and curl pattern!!

Quoting MommeisQueen:

Quoting MommeisQueen:

Hi. Wow. I cannot wait to try these products. I have three daughters and they each have a different curl pattern and thickness to their hair. I've been looking for a product that will moisturize and let them wear their natural texture. :-))





Manageability is of super high importance to me because I always want them to look nice and feel good about themselves. Managing their curls and kinks can be tough but I'd rather it be as easy on them as possible.
MommeisQueen
by on Aug. 15, 2013 at 1:11 PM
Yes. That's how I feel. Their hair is so beautiful just the way it is. I relax my hair but I sometimes wish I my hair was still natural like theirs. Are you natural?

Quoting Amari06:

I want my girls to be proud of the hair they have and learn how to work with it not against. For a very long time I wished I had different hair and now I get so may complements on the texture and curl pattern!!



Quoting MommeisQueen:

Quoting MommeisQueen:

Hi. Wow. I cannot wait to try these products. I have three daughters and they each have a different curl pattern and thickness to their hair. I've been looking for a product that will moisturize and let them wear their natural texture. :-))







Manageability is of super high importance to me because I always want them to look nice and feel good about themselves. Managing their curls and kinks can be tough but I'd rather it be as easy on them as possible.
Amari06
by Bronze Member on Aug. 15, 2013 at 1:11 PM
I am now!! I didn't do a big chop like most I cut a few inches of my relaxed hair off at a time. Now I love my hair especially since I have naturally curly hair. I will post a pic!!

Quoting MommeisQueen:

Yes. That's how I feel. Their hair is so beautiful just the way it is. I relax my hair but I sometimes wish I my hair was still natural like theirs. Are you natural?



Quoting Amari06:

I want my girls to be proud of the hair they have and learn how to work with it not against. For a very long time I wished I had different hair and now I get so may complements on the texture and curl pattern!!





Quoting MommeisQueen:

Quoting MommeisQueen:

Hi. Wow. I cannot wait to try these products. I have three daughters and they each have a different curl pattern and thickness to their hair. I've been looking for a product that will moisturize and let them wear their natural texture. :-))









Manageability is of super high importance to me because I always want them to look nice and feel good about themselves. Managing their curls and kinks can be tough but I'd rather it be as easy on them as possible.
Amari06
by Bronze Member on Aug. 15, 2013 at 1:11 PM

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kyona_malone
by Bronze Member on Aug. 15, 2013 at 1:11 PM
Oh my someone who shares my struggle the only difference is my 8Y/O dd cries anytime someone touches her hair. I'm h going these products will help with my headache lol

Quoting Amari06:

I have a 7yr old dd and 1 1/2yr old dd. Both have very thick coarse hair that needs to be moisturized. I find myself washing, deep conditioning, moisturizing with a "pudding", and adding in coconut oil. All these steps before I can blow dry and straighten.



I keep her hair braided and repeat this process every two weeks. Hopefully the hair milk will be able to tame her thick hair so she can rock her natural curly hair w/o the shrinkage and frizz.
Amari06
by Bronze Member on Aug. 15, 2013 at 1:11 PM
My dd hates when it's time to get her hair done but loves how it looks when I'm done. She just recently started complaining about it hurting. I think it was just because she thought I wouldn't braid it if she cried enough.

Quoting kyona_malone:

Oh my someone who shares my struggle the only difference is my 8Y/O dd cries anytime someone touches her hair. I'm h going these products will help with my headache lol



Quoting Amari06:

I have a 7yr old dd and 1 1/2yr old dd. Both have very thick coarse hair that needs to be moisturized. I find myself washing, deep conditioning, moisturizing with a "pudding", and adding in coconut oil. All these steps before I can blow dry and straighten.





I keep her hair braided and repeat this process every two weeks. Hopefully the hair milk will be able to tame her thick hair so she can rock her natural curly hair w/o the shrinkage and frizz.
kyona_malone
by Bronze Member on Aug. 15, 2013 at 1:11 PM
Lol I can sooooooo relate to that..

Quoting Amari06:

My dd hates when it's time to get her hair done but loves how it looks when I'm done. She just recently started complaining about it hurting. I think it was just because she thought I wouldn't braid it if she cried enough.



Quoting kyona_malone:

Oh my someone who shares my struggle the only difference is my 8Y/O dd cries anytime someone touches her hair. I'm h going these products will help with my headache lol





Quoting Amari06:

I have a 7yr old dd and 1 1/2yr old dd. Both have very thick coarse hair that needs to be moisturized. I find myself washing, deep conditioning, moisturizing with a "pudding", and adding in coconut oil. All these steps before I can blow dry and straighten.







I keep her hair braided and repeat this process every two weeks. Hopefully the hair milk will be able to tame her thick hair so she can rock her natural curly hair w/o the shrinkage and frizz.
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