I desperatly need different ideas to fix my daughters hair!

Tabitha - posted on 09/19/2010 ( 5 moms have responded )

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My daughter is 5 and is mixed, Im white and her father is black but her hair in not white hair nor black hair. Its just frizzy and thick and medium coarse. When she was little it was not hard to fix but know that she's in school its getting difficult bc her hair seems to have a mind of its own plus Ive tried everything to tame it and nothing seems to work. Please if anybody can help and give me some ideas I would really appreciate it.

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Desiree - posted on 09/21/2010

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Check out my pics I have a hard time with my daughters hair too the hair products by Motions are great but I have also found this stuff called Clear Ice it is in the black hair care section and it is only like 1.50 per jar they have it at Target and Walgreens if they have one by you but i love the stuff i can put it in my daughters hair and actually let her wear her hair down at times with maybe a little barrette but I use it every day in her hair just email me if ya have any questions!

Amber - posted on 09/21/2010

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Everyone seems to love mixed chicks products but those can be costly. I love the just 4 me hair milk product I use the shampoo conditioner and styling cream and it doesn't cost too much you can get it at walmart or drug stores

Tara - posted on 09/21/2010

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Hello! My daughters are (black/white) as well and the older girl has very thick curly hair if I dont put in the detangler right after her bath her hair is a wild mess...lol I use just for me 2 and 1 conditioner and detangler it a spray , and also the just for me smoothing cream its in a green bottle. It works great on both of my girls hair. The younger girls hair isnt as curly as her sisters, but it is very thick and wavy so its good on several types of hair. Hope this helps

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