Katie - posted on 01/11/2011 ( 14 moms have responded )
My daughter's mixed black/white. My daughter's 9 months old, and her hair has just recently started to curl. However, when it's dry, it looks more like it's sticking straight up vs really curly. I want to get some ideas of what to use on her hair when she's a little older so define her curls, and help keep the frizz away. My neice (and nephew's) are also mixed black/white, and they don't know how to do her hair. It's almost always frizzy, and seems very damaged. They keep the boys head pretty much shaved which I hate that. Also is there anything I can do for her hair now to make it look better. It's flipping out in the back whick is really cute and doesn't look bad, the sides are still completely straight, but on top, it's REALLY curly when wet, but when it dry's, it a really loose curl, so it looks like it's just sticking straight up. I try to wet it, and the kind of fluff it with my fingers to bring out the curl, and it looks better than just brushing it. I wasn't sure if there were any products that I could use on her hair at 9 months old. I don't want to damage it, I just want her hair to look like it's been groomed. Her hairs really not thick enough to put a clip in it yet. The clip just falls out because her hair's so thin. My hair's really thick and so is my hubby's, so we think that she'll prob have thick hair as well.