I grew up in the 80s and my childhood hairstyle was courtesy of my mother's Friskars. I always had loopsided, too-short bangs. Clearly, I'm scarred by the whole ordeal. Now that I have a daughter of my own, I promise to never cut her hair at home.
Little did I know how dealing with little girl hair is totally different ball of a wax than my son (wash and go). The tangle situation can cause major meltdowns.
With a lot of trial and error, I think I've perfected the hair care regiment to reduce tangles and hopefully keep Brynne from remembering me as some psycho Mommy-Dearest type.
After shampooing her hair, I've been using this Paul Mitchell Conditioner. I started using it myself to protect my hair color and was amazed how easy it was to brush my hair out after showering. It works just as well on little Miss.
The other remedy that I swear by is this Honest Conditioning Detangler. I spray her hair each morning and it really cuts down on the snags and tears. Just as important as the products is the instrument; I swear by the Wet Brush. Even at three years old, she can do an initial pass through with this brush.
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