Has your child’s hair been dry lately? Have you noticed it’s lacking moisture? It may be time to incorporate a pre-poo into your child’s hair care regimen. Never heard of a pre-poo? No worries, we’ve got you covered.
As the season’s change, your hair care regimen for your child should also change. Now is a good time to take a look at the regimen that you’ve set for your child and begin to transition the regimen for the spring.
Let’s chat about what tear-free really is. Tear-free- what does it mean? Tear-free is chemical, and products with tear-free ingredients are drying on the hair. Anything added to products to stop it from what it naturally should do is a chemical. So make sure that you take a look at the ingredients in the products that say they offer tear-free products.
We understand that caring for your child's hair can be challenging. You got your own regimen down packed and now you have to create a regimen for your child as well. We are here to tell you that your child's regimen does not have to be complicated. It just has to be consistent in order to see results. Here are some tips that helped me create a regimen for my child.
Have you ever seen a cute style for your little one, but no matter what products you use, you just can’t get your baby’s hair to “act right”? You often think, what am I doing wrong? Of course we want our mini-me’s to always look their best whether we’re doing a wash n’ go or a cute up-do. Well don’t worry, we’ll help you crack the code. via GIPHY When it comes to maintaining your child’s natural hair, understanding the hair’s porosity is just as important, (if not more) as understanding the texture of the hair. Many products and techniques...