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mimizmamamimizmama Posts: 1Registered Users
I have a 6 year old daughter that is mexican, black and puetro rican. She has very tight curls but for some reason, the hair right in the middle of her head is the most dry part. I feel no matter what I try it just drinks up the moisture and leaves it so dry and tangled. Are there any suggestions on what I can do or use or anything. I want my daughter to be able to have the beautiful hair that she wants without the pain that we go through just about every morning. Please Help!!!!!!!:dontknow:

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  • adthomasadthomas Posts: 5,525Registered Users
    mimizmama wrote: »
    I have a 6 year old daughter that is mexican, black and puetro rican. She has very tight curls but for some reason, the hair right in the middle of her head is the most dry part. I feel no matter what I try it just drinks up the moisture and leaves it so dry and tangled. Are there any suggestions on what I can do or use or anything. I want my daughter to be able to have the beautiful hair that she wants without the pain that we go through just about every morning. Please Help!!!!!!!:dontknow:

    Can you tell us your routine and her hair properties?
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  • InissantAngelInissantAngel Posts: 173Registered Users
    What do you mean the middle of her hair? The back of her head that's hits the pillow?

    We need to know routine and styles and we can help better.

    First steps though are almost always MORE moisture, and get a satin pillow case for her to sleep on. Cotton absorbs moisture and pulls it out of the hair. The satin will allow her to retain more moisture and help keep her hair tangle free. You need to make sure she isn't sleeping with her hair down. Use protective styles as much as you can. Braids, buns, twists, Ponytails, and pineapples.
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  • KandyLandKurlsKandyLandKurls Posts: 118Registered Users
    Sounds like you are describing my 7 year old daughters hair & ethnicity LOL except she is just PR and Black. The middle of my daughters hair is dry & tangled, because it is a different curl type. My daughter has 3b/c and is a 4a ish in the middle. But it sounds like you need a regimen for her hair care, here is my 7 year old's regimen <KandyLand: Our Hair Care Routine> and here are a few curly hair tips that you may find useful <KandyLand: Curly Hair Care Tips>
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