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armyvet06
toddler girl hair help!
January 25, 2013 at 3:32 PM

Im trying to figure out what i can do with dd's hair. Its short and curly but she has a lot of it. Other than pulling it back with a hair tie or a head band, idk what else to do.

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  • Caylin.Momma28
    January 25, 2013 at 3:33 PM

     hair clips? on the sides....

  • armyvet06
    January 25, 2013 at 4:25 PM
    I try but she takes them out when im not looking, and hides them.

    Quoting Caylin.Momma28:

     hair clips? on the sides....

  • wingsfan1234
    Amy
    January 25, 2013 at 4:34 PM

    I'm not help.. at that age my girls wouldn't keep anything in their hair so it stayed looking wild and crazy until it got longer when it calmed down some

  • Rhodin
    by Rhodin
    January 25, 2013 at 4:36 PM

    A very small amound of leave-in conditioner or coconut oil would help.

  • armyvet06
    January 25, 2013 at 4:48 PM
    Thats mainly what i do

    Quoting wingsfan1234:

    I'm not help.. at that age my girls wouldn't keep anything in their hair so it stayed looking wild and crazy until it got longer when it calmed down some

  • armyvet06
    January 25, 2013 at 4:49 PM
    I use a small amount of baby lotion

    Quoting Rhodin:

    A very small amound of leave-in conditioner or coconut oil would help.

  • TAG_ur_it
    January 25, 2013 at 7:39 PM

    we use tea tree oil to prevent headlice.  but it works great for taming wild hair.  DD has some funky curly hair lol.  ringlets in the front, straightish in the back.   i put several drops of the oil in a plastic cup of water, dip a brush in and run it through her hair.  i use it on mine too when i bother at all.  my hair frizzes like crazy. when i use the oil, i don't have to worry about the flat iron. 

  • WendyJR
    by WendyJR
    January 25, 2013 at 7:44 PM
    Dd has pretty curly hair. I keep it in a half pony tail, pig tails, barettes, I use detangling spray after I wash it. She's pretty good about leaving things in her hair though
  • armyvet06
    January 25, 2013 at 7:49 PM
    I dont have a problem with the frizziness. I just use a little drop of her lotion. Its just figuring out what to do with it style wise since its so short.

    Quoting TAG_ur_it:

    we use tea tree oil to prevent headlice.  but it works great for taming wild hair.  DD has some funky curly hair lol.  ringlets in the front, straightish in the back.   i put several drops of the oil in a plastic cup of water, dip a brush in and run it through her hair.  i use it on mine too when i bother at all.  my hair frizzes like crazy. when i use the oil, i don't have to worry about the flat iron. 

  • TAG_ur_it
    January 25, 2013 at 7:50 PM

    ah.  well for DD i just use it to tame her wild curls.  if you don't want headbands or clips, i really have no suggestions.  sorry. 

    Quoting armyvet06:

    I dont have a problem with the frizziness. I just use a little drop of her lotion. Its just figuring out what to do with it style wise since its so short.

    Quoting TAG_ur_it:

    we use tea tree oil to prevent headlice.  but it works great for taming wild hair.  DD has some funky curly hair lol.  ringlets in the front, straightish in the back.   i put several drops of the oil in a plastic cup of water, dip a brush in and run it through her hair.  i use it on mine too when i bother at all.  my hair frizzes like crazy. when i use the oil, i don't have to worry about the flat iron. 


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