I have a 7 yr old Biracial daughter (cauc/blk) and I seem to of lucked out with her hair. My daughter ended up with mostly my straight texture & her fathers curls. Don't get me wrong it does have it's times where it seems unmanagable but after sometime it all works out.
I have people who tell me I should/I shouldn't do that/this with her hair. I also have friends who tell me I should/I shouldn't do that to her hair. I have found the key to making her hair look great no matter what the case is.
I use the style product by Bumble & Bumble which is sold exclusive salon's or on the website. These products work great on her hair. I found that if you add conditioner after you towel dry there hair it won't tangle. It will friz a bit but I also found that if you add the anti-friz to there hair it will look awesome.
The results I got were obtained by expermenting with other products due to the combo of my daughter's hair. I also tried Bed Head which works awesome on her hair to. But do keep in mind that every child has different hair and texture which will affect the way your childs hair works with the products.
Hello, I have two biracial children (white & black). My daughter has really curly hair. I use a product called CURLY Q'S. I have also used the products MIXED CHICKS but there stuff is really expensive and I had to order it. Curly Q's is not cheap but alot less expensive. Curly Q's keeps her hair frizz free and moisturized. Hope this helps you.... They also 5 different products and you use the products in steps. TRY IT OUT HOPE YOU LOVE LIKE WE DO.
My son, Gavin, is biracial and has thick, curly hair. I donot use "white" products on his hair because they donot moisturize enough and "black" products are too greasy and have alot of ingredients that are bad for ANYONE'S hair (eg. mineral oil and a lot of -cones).
I have been experimenting with natural products on my son's hair and it has never been better. I love using Organix Coconut Milk Shampoo and Conditioner. I only wash his hair once a week because his hair is dry and curly. If he needs it washed more than that then I do a co-wash (apply conditioner to damp hair, massage into scalp, and leave in for 30 min then rinse out).
I have been making him deep conditioners (once a month), curly gel cremes, spritz, and leave ins. It does take some tweaking to get what works right for his hair, but his hair is soft, curly, and has a beautiful sheen that it never had before.
Here are a few of the "All Natural" sites I regularly visit. Like I said it does take some tweaking but it is so worth it.
http://newlynatural.com/blog/ -she has a great Caramel TX that does wonders
http://mixology101.ning.com/profiles/blog/list -her site is the best!
http://motowngirl.com/content/index.php -she has alot of wonderful recipes
I have a 3 y/o biracial son and he has long, curly hair. I do cornrow his hair, once in a blue moon, and I donot pull it too tight because it will cause hair loss. Also use a conditioning leave in and always use a wide tooth comb -start at the ends when first combing-this will cause less damage and stress on their beautiful hair!
I also only use all natural products (most of them that I make) on his hair-my post is No. 43, I think. I put a list of the "natural" sites that I get my recipes for. Most of the recipes cater to natural, curly hair. Please read and I hope it helps.
I'm bi-racial (black and white) I'm 30 years old and have a 2 year old son with my husband who is black and creole. I found a product to use on my son's hair that I have started using for mine too. Hair milk by Carols Daughter is wonderful. They also have serveral other products that work great. They are more expensive than some but it's worth is. Just be careful not to pull the pigtails too tight Feel free to contact me with any other questions about "mixed hair."
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My daughter is mexican and black and I have always had trouble with her hair. (Mostly black hair) The beatician recommended Kera kare oil and Hydrating shampoos and conditioner. I have tried everything and this is a bit costly but you can see the difference compare to all the other products. And dont wash it as much. You cane buy this product in the walmart salons
I have two biracial little girls! My oldest daughter has the most difficult hair. I use an oil spray on her hair, not oil sheen, but like a spray that some blk ppl use for the "Jerry Curl" and it works very well on her hair. Also, you are probably washing your childs hair too much. Probably not more that once a week should be sufficient. Also, for styling her hair; I use the elastic cloth covered ponytail holders and do all kinds of cute little pony tails. But the braiding makes it so easy to manage. The best reason to start her now on braids or styles that last days is so that she can learn to sit and allow whom ever to do her hair. Also helps with the tenderness of her hair.
i have a biracial daughter myself and when she was younger and her hair wasnt long enough for the pigtails , i would put biosilk in her hair and it worked great. biosilk is really expensice (my opinion) so i now get hair serems , like frizzezz or any other type of oily difrizer and i put a good amount in her hair when its wet.
also for the tangels i just get a spray bottel and mix about 1/4 conditioner and the rest water and spray it in to style. now that she is older and her hair is really long and crazy , i now put pigtailes ponytails or i can even leave it down. i wash her hair twice a week as well but sometimes i get her hair completely wet when taking a bath and only put conditioner in it , and i do this almost daily . this way your making her hair soft but not taking the oils out with shampoo
I have a biracial daughter who is 2 1/2. I wish I had found this site about 2 years ago. I have tried so many things for my daughter's hair. I have experimented with so many products and always became frustrated. I have tried Luster's pink lotion, palmer's olive oil, just for me products and the list goes on and on. I do a lot of pig tails and I wash my daughter's hair once a week. To wash her hair I use the Just For Me Hair Milk shampoo and conditioner. Then I use John Frieda's detangling spray and I use blue magic hair grease. For her hair the lotions just were not enough. She does however have one spot on the back of her head where it gets dry, it is so strange. But with the hair grease I learned it is best when her hair is damp and combed. Then before you put it in her hair you soften the grease between your fingers. I want to try to start leaving her hair down some because now I am seeing her loose hair when I wash it, even though she has a lot of hair.
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