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Help! My daughter wants to be curly like me!

DigglesDiggles Posts: 5Registered Users
Hey ladies. I just BC'd at the end of July and I have a 9 yr olds biracial daughter who loves my hair (4B). She wants to start wearing her hair curly too, but I can't find products that keep her hair curly without it turning into one big puff ball. Any suggestions?

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  • KandyLandKurlsKandyLandKurls Posts: 118Registered Users
    What is her hair type? and what curl defining products have you tried?
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    -Hair Type 3C mixed with 4A-
  • MackenzieMillsMackenzieMills Posts: 12Registered Users
    You need curl definers, if she's biracial, chances are i do not think her hair will become a 4b, maybe a 3c, or 4a, but it also depends what her hair type is. I am biracial also, and my hair is a 3b,3c what I use is mixed chicks. Its amazing and really enhances curls.

    Section her hair, And put mixed chicks, OR a curl defining cream in her hair by sections. DO not touch when it is wet or it causes frizz for that "poof" look.

    Hope this helps, good luck :)

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