is biracial wavy hair harder to manage than straight hair?

Jamie - posted on 07/05/2012 ( 7 moms have responded )

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My bd's multiracial and has glossy thick wavy black hair. I'm biracial too and have straight full brown hair naturally. Anyhow I was wondering if it was much of a difference in this? I mean some talk about biracial kids having curly hair that's pretty massive as being hard to manage but what about a wavy texture anyone have experience with this?

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Janessa - posted on 11/04/2012

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Kimberly Shea real Spanish people are white. My friends and Family have been to spain the Country in Europe Majority of the population is white and they have white people hair.

Janessa - posted on 11/04/2012

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Kimberly Shea real Spanish people are white. My friends and Family have been to spain the Country in Europe Majority of the population is white and they have white people hair.

Sana - posted on 10/30/2012

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I can recommend a site called curly like me by the author Terri Laflesh for anyone with biracial hair, regardless of the races. We tend to have hair with anything from a natural wave to hair that has four different grades going on in one head. For most of my life I Had a perm. I've since learned how to do my hair and its not as hard as I thought. The key is to have a rinsing conditioner and a leave in. The conditioners recommended on the site aren't the real expensive ones, most of them can be found in Walmart, it's all about the ingredients.

Good luck!

Phebs - posted on 08/24/2012

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Definitely!



My kids are bi racial. There father has thick curly black hair and after a hair cut at home I have often stepped on his hair cuttings and had his hair splinter me in the foot and its sharp.

My son has hair like his fathers, although its dark brown and less curly.

My daughter has fine hair and its also curly. She has hair more like mine - thin straight hair.



I purposefully keep my son's (5yrs old) hair really short, as his fathers hair goes rather wild if he grows it. I do all hair cuts at home, cheaper and easier.

Kimberly - posted on 07/25/2012

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My son was born with straight black hair but after the first cut i wavy he is now 13 i use haircare products for Spanish people they work best for him and being black mine were just to heavy and he is Spanish and black.

Ellie Richardson - posted on 07/12/2012

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I think you will be fine.If it's too difficult for u then there is always the beauty salon that can help u out or a get a close relative that knows how to do hair. The secret is to purchase detangler. An a wide tooth comb.

User - posted on 07/05/2012

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You should wait until you have the baby to really know, there is no way to tell until you have the baby, and even then the hair can change.

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