Disclaimer: I'm not a parent, but I know of young girls whose parents need some hair help.
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What you need to know to avoid hair disasters
1. Use the detangler!!
2. Shampoo often, condition every time.
3. Brush starting at the ends and brushing towards the ends, moving towards the scalp as the tangles disappear.
4. Be gentle. Gurly scalps are sensitive!
5. Be realistic. Don't try something new 10 minutes before you need to leave for school.
6. Teach your daughter to do her own hair.
7. If you have a "messier" child, cut her hair shorter and give her bangs. No pony tails needed with this haircut.
C'mon Dad! It's not that bad.
The Pony Tail
Not so 90's Afterall
Level 2, Stays Forever
Choose a Video to Learn How To do the Do
THREE DOS, THREE VIDEOS
TOOLS AND SUPPLIES
You Will Need These Tools and Supplies
This stuff is magical! A few sprays and your tangles are easy to get out with a brush or comb. You can find detangler at many pharmacies and grocery stores.
You'll want a comb to part the hair and get smooth lines.
Hair spray is not required to do hair, but it does hold the baby hairs from sticking out and makes hair-dos last longer.
Larger hair ties are best for thick or long hair. They tend to hold heavy pony tails and strong braids in place.
Hair clips are a good way to add style to a hair-do. These are classic and you can find them at many pharmacies or grocery stores.
You absolutely need a brush. A brush is required to smooth the hair and get all the tangles out.
These smaller hair ties can be best for very thin hair or young heads under 4 or 5 years old.
GURLY HAIR HOW TO
How to do little girl hair!