Mixed Race Toddler Hair Care Routine
Caring for Your African-American or Biracial Child's Hair
- Black hair is extremely fragile. A gentle touch is required to avoid unnecessary breakage and hair loss. Always use a wide-tooth comb or pick. Avoid fine-tooth combs because they snag and pull out curly/kinky hair. Invest in a quality brush — natural boar brushes are the best.
- Curly/kinky hair needs moisture, moisture, and more moisture! Consider this when purchasing hair care products. Avoid drying products such as hair spray, mousse or holding gels. Opt for moisturizers, leave-in conditioners and styling lotions.
- Just because a product claims it's created for "curly hair," this doesn't guarantee that it will be suitable for ethnic curly hair. Products created for Nicole Kidman's curly hair might not work for Angela Bassett's. Caucasian hair tends to produce more sebum — an oily secretion created by the sebaceous gland — than black textured hair, so black hair requires more oil. Scrutinize the ingredient list. Look for natural oils and quality ingredients. Remember, the ingredients are listed in order of volume.
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