Earlier this year I blogged about Princess’s haircare regimen. Since turning two, it’s been growing like crazy. Now her spouting curls are in much need of something new during these cold months. I was introduced to Curly Q’s For Kids, and decided to give it a try.
To freshen up Princess’s wash and go, I normally would have to rinse her hair with conditioner, detangle, scrunch, and allow it to air dry. But with the weather getting colder here in New York, I want to avoid wetting her hair on a daily basis.
This is what her hair looks like when she wakes up in the morning. It’s a bit frizzy and tangled. On weekends, I braid her hair to help minimize knotting and frizzing. But during the week, she hits the sack as is. She refuses the satin bonnets and scarves. A satin pillow case is the only option we have right now.
I’m also big on making sure to only use gentle and natural products on our hair. The Curls line is sulfate, mineral oil, silicone, and paraben free.
To help redefine her curls, I apply about two quarter size amounts of the Curl Moisturizer and Detangler, gently remove tangles with a wide tooth comb, and scrunch.
|Curly Q’s Moisturizer/Detangler|
|Curly Q Custard|
After application, I take about less than a dime size amount of the Curly Q Custard through her hair. I only use a little of this product because Princess’s hair is fine. Adding too much may way down her locks.
Once I’ve completed the process, I style her hair. I love braiding and adding cute accessories. Her hair usually stays frizz free, moisturized, and soft to the touch throughout the day.
Do you switch up you kiddos hair routine by season?
Weather Anchor Mama