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My Child Has Natural Hair. What Next?

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My Child Has Natural Hair. What Next?

Parenting doesn't come with a blueprint. If it did, we would all subscribe to it. Who doesn't enjoy the soft life? Fortunately, a few things do come with some guiding principles including how to take care of your kid's natural hair. Are you ready to explore? Jump on. Moisturize! Ahhhh this thing called 'moisturizing' again. One of the best things you can ever do for natural hair is to moisturize. Right from infancy, moisturizing is key to the health and growth of natural hair. For babies, moisturizing at least once a week is fair. For toddlers, you can increase the...

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Hair Growth - Myths and Facts

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Hair Growth - Myths and Facts

We all have a tall list of things we want our hair to be but we can safely say that growth seems to be on everyone's list. Of course, hair growth is desirable. Healthy hair ought to be the goal but since you're not ready to have that conversation, let us burst your bubble with the following myths and facts about hair growth. Products alone can grow hair We get a lot of enquiries about products growing hair quickly. The truth is, products alone cannot grow hair let alone grow it quickly. Having a healthy hair regimen or routine, good...

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Styling Your Kid's Hair

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Styling Your Kid's Hair

Today's edition is a passionate plea. Taking care of our kids' hair can be very exciting. In our excitement, we tend to go overboard sometimes which could interfere with them growing healthy hair. Braiding kids hair If your child is less than 2 years old, please stop braiding their hair. An occasional ribbon wouldn't hurt. However, putting your kid's hair in little sections, buns, braids, etc puts a lot of pressure on their scalp. They might develop headaches or it could stunt hair growth. Even worse, it could lead to traction alopecia or your kid losing their hair (especially their...

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