Keeping Your Child's Hair Moisturized
If you are down south, your kids have already started school. If you are here in the North, your kids may have just started or they are starting next week. In either case, you may have an idea on what worked or what terribly went wrong with your choice of style for your daughters hair.
For the most part, we struggle with keeping the moisture in their hair and keeping it neat throughout the week. A hairstyle that will last so they will not come home looking like a raggle-muffin after the first day of school.
And when they do, you figure out that it’s back to the drawing board.
For some reason this is my life to the fullest. I have a full girl on my hands but she is rough because of her older two brothers. Not to mention she has become more independent and have been trying to unbraid and rebraid her hair, which never works out.
But, there is hope and we have a small video for you to look at to give you an idea on how you can style your child's hair using our products.
These three products I absolutely adore for my daughter’s hair. It really does keep in the moisture the whole week. Even if she comes home looking like a “raggle-muffin...lol I feel her hair and it is still moisturized. That is a win for me. We have to celebrate the small wins...lol
Regardless if your child has low or high porosity, I recommend to lay product on thick and to use the thick butters and creams. Since we don't do their hair like we do ours, and since they are way more active, their hair can dry out faster.
It is a good practice to really over moisturize their hair strands.
Our Chocolate Souffle Leave In, Buttermint Smoothie Moisture Cream and Genesis Butter is perfect to keep the moisture in for at least 5 days, no kidding you.
This is my pumpkin. I keep her hair very simple because she messes it up fast. I need something where i can pull it down quickly if need be and rebraid. So my goto, are 4 ponytails and cornrows in the front. I cornrow the front so it will not be sticking up because she pulls her hair out of her ponytails....I am so wishing she grows out of this stage fast...haha
Here is another suggestion for a hairstyle if your child is a bit older. So enjoy the video and we are wishing you a very happy school year! ~XOXO