Thursday, October 11, 2012

Trim

I told them it wouldn’t hurt. Still, The Littles were wary of mama taking a scissors to their heads. 

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I was kind of proud of myself in the end.  You wouldn’t notice, but about 1 1/2 inches came off and it left their hair looking healthier.

7 comments:

Kori said...

What do you use in their hair to keep it looking curly and frizz free? My 3 year old has the same hair texture when wet but I can't find anything to keep it from becoming dried out. I love her spirals but I can't figure out how to preserve them without stressing her strands. I've tried Olive Oil products. Any suggestions?


Kori
Owner, Bellies, Bundles & Taxi Cabs
www.belliesbundlesandtaxicabs.blog spot.com

Mindy said...

You did a great job Ames!

Kori, I realize I don't know you but thought I would share what we use on our daughter's hair. She has tighter spirals than the Littles. We use a water/conditioner mixture and spritz it on our daughter's hair, then Blended Beauty's Curly Cake Shake, spray all over her hair and finger comb it through. I also deep condition it once a week with Carol's Daughter's Black Vanilla Smoothies. We rarely wash her hair wish shampoo, only conditioner and only about 2 times a week. I know what Amy uses but I'll let her tell you. ;) I'm going to try it next time I'm out of the cake shake. Good luck!

Todd ~ Teresa said...

Their hair is unbelievably long!

Twinsplus1 said...

I can believe how long it is!! Do we get before and after pictures too? :)

Jon y Amy said...

Kori, doing a post on this next! Thanks for the prompting!

Kori said...

Yay, thank you for the insight. I can't wait to read your post. I'm struggling with the frizz control.

Kori
Owner, Bellies, Bundles & Taxi Cabs
www.belliesbundlesandtaxicabs.blog spot.com

Marisha Wick said...

This is a wonderful everyday treatment for your hair. I have very thin hair so I only use a small amount mostly on the ends of my hair.
Jamaican Black Castor