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deme04



Joined: 08 May 2009
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Location: TX

PostPosted: Fri May 08, 2009 4:53 pm    Post subject: Children with Naturally Curly Hair Reply with quote
Iím not sure what advice you can give me regarding kidsí hair. My four year old daughter has naturally curly hair. Itís hard for me to maintain, but I donít want to straighten her hair. I would like to know what I should do to get her hair to be more manageable. It frizzes up really bad. When I comb her hair, it normally takes about 15 min before it frizzes up and looks like it has not been combed. Right now Iím dealing with her ends not lying down!!! I have no idea what to use so Iíve tried gel & jam around the edges. This seems to break her out with really small bumps around her hair line. Iíve used sport en wave dressing Greece and Liv which seems to break her out also. Lately Iíve been using Vaseline or frenchyís hair Greece, which doesnít help with her ends, but the frenchy hair Greece makes her hair grow. Iíve look into using the just for me for kids products but not sure if thatís a waste of time also. I need help really bad. I donít want to keep putting different chemicals in her hair. I want her hair to keep its natural curls and grow healthy and pretty. Itís already thick so thatís not an issue. My daughter complains a lot about itching around her edges so she scratches a lot. I normally wash her hair once a week with Sulfur 8 medicated shampoo twice, and CrŤme of Nature shampoo and conditioner twice. After that I oil her scalp with the Frenchy hair oil and put it in pony tails. Itís hard to manage because she complains a lot and her ends will not lye down. What should I do?
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angeeE5



Joined: 28 Mar 2009
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Location: Philadelphia

PostPosted: Sat May 09, 2009 1:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote
Deme04,

I say this from the bottom of my heart, if you do not step away from the greases, sulfur 8, glover, dr. miracles, or anything of those market brands, I will hunt you down Smile. These products have been putting ethnic hair for quite some time now, and it is our turn to flip the script on [them].

I urge you to look into these sites and let me know what you think about them. Trust me, your baby will thank you a million.

http://www.carolsdaughter.com/category/haircare/kids_hair.do
http://www.curls.biz/curly-hair-products/curly-hair-products-curly-q-for-kids.html
http://missjessies.com/products.html#babybuttercreme
http://www.myhoneychild.com/inc/searchresults?s=children%27s%20hair%20products&ss=children%27s%20hair%20products&n=310167
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deme04



Joined: 08 May 2009
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Location: TX

PostPosted: Mon May 11, 2009 1:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote
Thanks so much for the info. I started this weekend using the just for me products on her hair. I can't say that i like the outcome but so far they have been okay. Not the results I was looking for, but of course it's just been over the weekend. I'm sure everything takes time. I needed a product fast so i tried Just For Me. I have been thinking seriously about ordering the Curly Q for kids, my stylist confirmed that this was a good product for kids. Thanks again, I hope one of the products work.
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ivynpearls



Joined: 27 Aug 2009
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Location: Kansas City, MO

PostPosted: Thu Aug 27, 2009 7:38 pm    Post subject: My Daughter's Hair Reply with quote
My baby has naturally curly hair that becomes extremely dry as the day wears on....I'm having the hardest time finding something that will moisturize her hair and keep it moisturized....not only is the moisture an issue, but I want something to lock in her curls. I've used Africa's Best Olive Oil moisturizer, Mixed Chicks leave-in conditioner and Miss Jessie's Babybutter Creme. While they all do the job, some what, nothing locks in the moisture. Please Help!
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