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xaviers_mommy asked:

28 Jan 2010

How to style my sons(half black half white) hair

my son is 19 months old, and he has soft hair, but corkscrew like curls..i don't know how to cornrow or anything, and i am at a loss on what to do with his hair. Lately i've been putting milk shine in it and kind of "scrunching" his hair...is there anything else i can do with it? Any advice helps! Thx

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barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 29 Jan 2010

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barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 29 Jan 2010

ps if you want to try cornrows take him to a black salon, they'll do it right. but remember they will tug on his hair big time to make them tight and as it grows out you'll just have to re do it.

tcat

tcat says:

Posted on 30 Jan 2010

you son is georgous. Please please please....dont let him go natural...unless you are going to keep to comb it everyday and keep it moisturized. ive seen alot of bi-racial kids whose moms dont know how or what to do with it and the kids end up with knots in their hair or just walk around not looking their best (hair wise) so please if you go natural comb it completely through everyday this will be hard because kids his age dont like to sit and get thier hair combed especially if he hasnt been getting it done on a regular basis. my son is 6 months old and his hair is extremely lone so i cornrow it. the first two times i did it he cried...now already he is used to it (i dont braid it tight) but he gives me enough time to do it with ease. you can learn to cornrow(if you truly want to learn) on you-tube. its not hard at all. this will keep his hair texture great as well as help it grow..cause having knots in it will not help it grow at all.



I am black and i corn row my sons hair. i dont braid it tight as well. people who specialize in braiding childrens hair know not to braid it tight and i only have to do my sons hair every 4-5 days. his hairline is in tact and again he doesnt cry. try it y ourself. your son will be more comfortable with you touching your hair than a stranger

29 January 2010

tcat

tcat says:

Posted on 30 Jan 2010

one more thing.... using JUST FOR ME products in his hair will help keep it well moisturized and tangle free!!!

tcat

tcat says:

Posted on 30 Jan 2010

you son is georgous. Please please please....dont let him go natural...unless you are going to keep to comb it everyday and keep it moisturized. ive seen alot of bi-racial kids whose moms dont know how or what to do with it and the kids end up with knots in their hair or just walk around not looking their best (hair wise) so please if you go natural comb it completely through everyday this will be hard because kids his age dont like to sit and get thier hair combed especially if he hasnt been getting it done on a regular basis. my son is 6 months old and his hair is extremely lone so i cornrow it. the first two times i did it he cried...now already he is used to it (i dont braid it tight) but he gives me enough time to do it with ease. you can learn to cornrow(if you truly want to learn) on you-tube. its not hard at all. this will keep his hair texture great as well as help it grow..cause having knots in it will not help it grow at all.



I am black and i corn row my sons hair. i dont braid it tight as well. people who specialize in braiding childrens hair know not to braid it tight and i only have to do my sons hair every 4-5 days. his hairline is in tact and again he doesnt cry. try it y ourself. your son will be more comfortable with you touching your hair than a stranger

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