Mommy-Recommended 7 Tips To Maintain Your Child’s Curly Hair

I have shared some easy to handle tips that moms of curly-haired girls can keep in mind while ensuring a comfortable combing routine each morning. Scroll through the pointers below and tell me if they helped you too! 

curls Look Pretty And Gorgeous On The Outside And Curly-haired Children Come Across Compliments Every Now And Then. ringlets Call For Attention From Friends, Acquaintances And Even Strangers. I Am Not Bragging But We Have Even Had Instances When People Wanted Themselves Clicked With My Five-year-old For The Curls She Has. She Has Been Lovingly Called By Some Of The Lovely Nicknames By Her Teachers And Friends. 

despite All The Attention And Affection These Curls Receive, Ask A Mum Who Puts Enormous Effort And Tries To Keep Their Beauty Intact. Her Only Mission Is To Maintain Them Just The Way They Were Gifted To Her Child By Nature. 

in Our House, Every Morning Starts With combating The Combing Woes. Tired Of The Daily Tussle And Keeping Tears At Bay Each Day, I Ended Up Reading Varied Articles, Subscribe To Newsletters, Followed Groups On Social Media Just To Crack The Code And Provide My Curly-haired Princess A Smooth Combing Journey Every Morning. 

it Prompted Me To Share Some Easy To Handle Tips That Moms Of Curly-haired Girls Can Keep In Mind While Ensuring A Comfortable Combing Routine Each Morning. Scroll Through The Pointers Below And Tell Me If They Helped You Too! 

1. Never Brush Curls:

 brushing Breaks Them. Instead, Use A Wide-toothed Comb That Too For Combing The Front Hair And Gently Combing The Ends. 

2. Detangle Rest Of The Hair With Your Fingers:

when It Gets Tough, Grease Your Palms With Some Coconut Oil And Then Detangle. You Can Also Use A Mild Kids-only Hair Detangler. Detanglers Are For Curly Hair As It Helps In Preventing Stubborn Knots.

3. Use Shampoo Sparingly:

curly Hair Has Less Moisture As Compared To Straight Or Wavy Hair. You Would Want To Preserve Natural Oils By Using Shampoo Once Or Twice A Week. 

4 Choose The Right Shampoo:

use A Shampoo That Has No Paraben and Sulphates. Use A Kids Leave-in Conditioner For Their Hair. Make It A Routine.

5. Comb When The Hair Is Wet.

do Not Comb The Entire Length When The Hair Gets Dried. 

6. Oil It Right:

oil Regularly Because Curly Hair Has A Tendency To Turn Frizzy. 

7. Use A Mild Cotton Towel To Blot Wet Hair:

do Not Rub Wet Hair. Don’t Use Heavy Towels. It Causes Tugging, Pulling And Ultimately Hair Breakage. 

lastly, Embrace And Protect Your Child’s Locks And Never Let Your Child Develop A Negative Feeling Towards Her Hair. Even Though, As A Mom It’s A Tough Game To Manage Curls, Never Let Your Child Know That Her Hair Is Difficult To Manage. She Will Realise As She Grows, Till Then Form A Hair Care Routine So That She Knows That’s How Her Mane Is Managed. 

do Let Me Know If You Found This Article Useful. You Could Comment And Share Your Journey And Views With Us On How You Look After Your Child’s Curly Locks!

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