Hair Articles for Kids

Curly Hair Q&A: Styles for the Tender-Headed
Curly Hair Q&A: Styles for the Tender-Headed
Finding a style that works with the hair's natural texture is half the battle of working with curly hair.
Five Steps to Raising a Confident Curly
Five Steps to Raising a Confident Curly
Building your curly’s self-confidence is key to helping the child handle taunting comments.
Help Me Moisturize My Baby’s Hair!
Help Me Moisturize My Baby’s Hair!
Hair texture will change over time.
If I Cut Her Hair, Will the Curls Disappear?
If I Cut Her Hair, Will the Curls Disappear?
Curly hair should NEVER be combed dry for two reasons. 1. It makes hair look frizzy and brittle, just as you mentioned. 2. You can really damage the hair.
Typing Kids' Hair: Just Go With the Flow
Typing Kids' Hair: Just Go With the Flow
Determining the hair type of an adult can be difficult enough. But for kids, it can an especially complicated endeavor -- a task made more difficult by the ever-evolving nature of children's hair.
Detangling a 2-year-old
Detangling a 2-year-old
Maintaining tangle-free hair will probably help a youngster deal with getting her hair combed.
Help Kids Love Their Natural Hair From the Beginning
Help Kids Love Their Natural Hair From the Beginning
Curl-phobia is prevalent in many families where children receive negative messages early on about their curls and kinks from aunts, grandmothers and other relatives.
Are Her Sweet Curls Gone Forever?
Are Her Sweet Curls Gone Forever?
For very dry and frizzy hair, I would recommend a double conditioning treatment.
Nurturing Little One's Locks
Nurturing Little One's Locks
It is quite common for the new hair growing in to be different than the original baby hair.
Chlorine: The Invisible Danger Lurking in your Pool
Chlorine: The Invisible Danger Lurking in your Pool
How to guard against curly hair chlorine damage
Kids Curly Hair Q&A: Keeping The Curls
Kids Curly Hair Q&A: Keeping The Curls
Here are a few tips to keep curls looking bouncy rather than limp.