Take care of your childs coarse kinky curly textured hair

Take care of your childs coarse kinky curly textured hair

This is a picture of Flourishing Tresses owners several years ago before the hair company was founded. This was just the beginning of learning how to maintain these tresses. Most women that have young girls or even boys with coarse textured hair are not sure how to care for it. But Flourishing Tresses makes it simple with their natural product line and informational articles on how to use them.

Our Daughters Hair:

It is important to understand that most women are currently struggling with their hair because as a child they were not taught how to properly tend to their tresses. As young girls we were told that we need to put grease in our hair to slick down our edges, and “good hair” was only reserved for that small select group of girls that we grew up with. Often times we have our mothers putting micro braids in our hair and pulling our hair so tight that our foreheads are protruding.

All of these things have left us with an ever disappearing hair line and dermatological scalp issues that we end up having to seek the help of a doctor to cure. Well it is time to stop the bad cycle and start teaching our young daughter how to care for their hair. The one thing that we at Flourishing Tresses definitely hate to see is a little girl on the playground with fuzzy braids and dry hair. Women must learn that children pick up habits young, and it is best to teach our daughters early that taking good care of your hair can help you later in life.

I am sure that at one point or another you are someone you know has stated that when they were young they used to have long hair, but they can never show you a picture that has that long hair, all your left with is looking at their sad too short lifeless hair in front of you. Don’t you want your daughter to actually be able to say this statement and it be true and have healthy flowing hair as an adult? There are a few habits that need to be broken or never even start when it comes to our babies’ hair.

The first thing is teaching our daughters that their hair is perfect and that there is no inferior hair or race of hair. Also we must teach them that taking care of their hair is not something that should be taken lightly or only for hairstylist to do for us. It is never too early to start them on a hair regimen which should include weekly shampoos with sulfate free products such as the ones offered by Flourishing Tresses, deep conditioning, and the use of proper moisturizers that do not contain petroleum jellies “hair grease” or mineral oils.

Ladies and of course for some of you fathers that are taken care of your daughter hair, please avoid the use of barrettes, hair bands, and any other hair item that is going to put undue stress on your child’s hair. There is nothing worse than having a child that has no hair line in their adult life because their mother or father has ripped it out of their head at such an early age. Of course these items can be used but not so tightly. There is no need to pull your daughters hair so tight that her eyes become slanted this is a clear sign that her hair is too tight and that you are putting stress on her tresses and are quite possibly giving them a headache in the meantime. If we teach our daughters that they are capable of doing and caring for their own hair then we can revolutionize the way textured hair is perceived in the future by showing that yes it too can grow and be healthy just like other children’s hair. There is no reason why children with textured and curly hair should not have long flowing hair throughout their life because most of these children enter the world with more head on their head than any other child.

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