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    Exclamation Toddler hair!

    Hey guys!

    I need some tips advice or something! My daughter is 2 yeas old and I don't know what to do with it. It's not long enough to braid so I don't know how to style other than bobo's or rubber bands with Barretts. I want to stop the rubber bands and bob's because I feel they are breaking her hair off. Also what's some good products for a 2 year Olds hair. Her hair dries out quickly, products seem to sit on top of her hair I don't do the conditioner/shampoo all in one or wash/shampoo in one either she has sensitive skin. I need some type of help please please please help me!

    I truly appreciate it!

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    Default Re: Toddler hair!

    My son is four I just use shea moisture products in his hair.
    Product Junkie. kinky, thick, frizzy 4c, 12 inch hair .My son is now 5 yrs old.My daughters are natural too.16&12i went natural when my youngest daughter was a year or two years old.

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    Default Re: Toddler hair!

    I seem to remember my sister saying something about using Kinky-Curly products on my older niece's hair but that was because she (my niece) was allergic to lots of different ingredients found on less expensive brands.

    My youngest niece is 2 and she has looser-textured hair (maybe 3a-ish; not long enough to hang but long enough to braid). Whatever you try to do to it -- braid, barrette, doesn't matter -- she'll take out in less than 30 minutes. She literally doesn't like anything in her hair. I told my sister her hair's like, "Give us free!" lol
    How will your 2019 be different than any other year?

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    Default Re: Toddler hair!

    My girls are older now, but creamy products with water as the first ingredient have always helped a lot with keeping their hair moisturized. Shea Moisture has a kids' line, and I think their products are some of the best out there.

    Regarding styles - at 2 they may not last too long anyway. If her hair is not yet long enough for braids, I would do little puffs or twists.

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