Hair Articles for Kids
Experts Reveal Cringe-free Tactics to Tame Tangled Tresses
Stylists say using the right products, tools and tactics can painlessly transform tangled tresses into smooth, soft curls.
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.
Making Haircuts Fun
Although there were plenty of books about how to help kids overcome their fear of the dentist and the doctor, she couldn't find anything that dealt with the fear of getting a haircut.
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
Maintaining tangle-free hair will probably help a youngster deal with getting her hair combed.
Curly Teen Scene: Curly Hair Through the Eyes of My Guys
Gabe is 16, and he loves playing soccer and skateboarding with his friends. He cuts his hair when it doesn’t fit under his skateboard helmet.
Curly Hair Q&A: Titi Branch
Natural hair styling requires a lot of expertise. And often a lot of labor.
Help us Lose the Frizz!
Hypersensitive scalp is a common problem for children with autism, due to sensory sensitivity.
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.
Need a Good Routine
You are smart to create a daily routine. It is much easier for a child when they know what to expect, and what is expected from them. There is no need to shampoo and condition everyday.
Peer Pressure and Your Child: What You Need to Know
Every day, children get messages about how they should look and act