My daughter is mixed. her hair is a mess.

Alyssa - posted on 09/09/2009 ( 7 moms have responded )

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She is half black and half white. She has my blond hair with his curls. What can i put in her hair to keep the curls without her head turning to a big pile of fuzzy once her hair dries. Alos what products can i use to flat iron her hair and keep it straight.

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Rachael - posted on 09/10/2009

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As far as the curls and no frizz. Johnsons and Johnsons make a spray for hair like that. I believe you can buy it at Wal-Mart or Target. As far as ironing there is this product they sell on TV (im sorry I forget what it is called so that may not help) I have talked to someone who uses it and she said it was AWESOME. I dont think it uses heat. Is the one with the roller in the middle and the brush on the outside. She also said it cut her time in half.

S - posted on 09/09/2009

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try johnson & johnson detangler shampoo and hair lotion. It works great and smells good.

Shamsey - posted on 09/09/2009

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I have my kid hair is like that i try to keep their hair as natural as posibble, if you daughter is under 12 do not put heat on it. I used Aussie product the shampoo ,conditioner and the leave in conditioner spray. I spray my daughter hair and then style it in ponytails curls what ever I also combine the spray with IC hair polish and then style her hair she is five and her hair stay all day nice. let me know if this help.

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well there is a website that sells biracial kids hair products http://www.curls.biz/biracial-kids-hair.... i have wanted to try them but havent had the money yet but have heard good things. Honestly over the counter there isnt much. Maybe Frizz Eze if you are willing to try the serum and cream. Definatley not grease! We shampoo and condition every other day unless it is in braids and then we go longer. Also we use detangler to help comb through it cause otherwise it is hell. that is the best I have. My daughter is the same his curls my hair texture so a head full of soft curls that frizz all the time.

Aubree - posted on 09/09/2009

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Oh and I wouldn't straight iron it if I were you, when she gets bigger her hair is just going to be fried and have a ton of split ends. Try the product and see how you like it, you might not mind it being curly once its not frizzy. Straight ironing a bi-racial child's hair has a much different effect on their hair then someone that has "white" hair or "black" hair. If you're dead set on doing it get a professional one, something with ceramic plates. Try going to "Sally's beauty supple" they will help you find a good one with ceramic plates, they are kinda pricey but they work the best and do the least amount of damage.

Aubree - posted on 09/09/2009

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I use this cream called Carrot Creme. Heres the link.



http://www.walgreens.com/store/store/pro...



It's the best thing I've ever used and my hair is never frizzy. I put it in after I take a shower and then use some hair spray for some hold. I use it in my daughters hair too I use a tiny bit so I don't make it weighed down and greasy looking. I hope this helps you.

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