He's gorgeous! The main thing I would do to control the frizz is to quit using Johnson's. All that's going to do is dry it out and make the frizz worse. I really like Burt's Bees Baby Bee Shampoo and California Baby Shampoo. California Baby makes a conditioner too, that I use about every 3rd washing ro so. My little guy doesn't need much conditioner though. I think both of those products you can get at Target.

They should see quite a change just changing products.

So my nephew is 18 months old. He is bi-racial, him mom is white with very thick, coarse, curly hair and his dad is black with coarse very very curly hair, maybe in the 4's? Anyways, my nephew has the craziest hair, and I'd like to help my sister tame it. She ends up having to chop it all of because it gets too out of control.

His crazy fro:
[IMG]http://i14.photobucket.com/albums/a326/Fi****ango/meeli.jpg[/IMG]


Another afro picture:
[IMG]http://i14.photobucket.com/albums/a326/Fi****ango/e.jpg[/IMG]

And no more hair:
[IMG]http://i14.photobucket.com/albums/a326/Fi****ango/CIMG5164.jpg[/IMG]

we love him and his little afro, but my sister (his mom) and his dad don't like the way it looks when it's like that because rather then being neat curls like it is when it's short, it is a big frizzy mess. All they use on him is johnsons baby shampoo, and a baby hair detangler for kids with hair like his.

First off, does anyone know his hair type?

Secondly, is there a way we can grow it out and have it look nice and neat?
Originally Posted by fi****ango