WavyHair strands typically formulated in a very loose, elongated "S" shape and requires products that do not weigh the hair down, and help eliminate frizz
CurlyTight full-bodies curls characterized by a "corkscrew" shape. Hair has a good curl definition but can become frizzy and requires products that control frizz and maintain moisture.
Kinky CurlyTightly defined curl pattern that is typically very fragile and prone to damage from combing and blow-drying. Requires hair care that provides moisture to help define curl and protect hair.
TransitioningTransitioning hair often has two major concerns, breakage and style management. Avoid daily heat styling and trim ends once a month. Condition hair after shampooing to minimize breakage.
Cocktail #1: Oil infused Gel
Enjoy the benefits of this oil infused gel that packs enough punch to deliver great hold, shine, and moisture! It covers all the bases when it comes to achieving the desired results you want from your hair product.What you will need:
Cocktail #2: Luscious Leave-In Conditioner
Luscious Locks are right around the corner when you prep your hair with this Leave-in conditioner infused with coconut oil. It helps to detangle, soften, condition and repair split ends, all while leaving hair silky, shiny, smooth, and hydrated!What you will need:
Cocktail #3: Argan2 Conditioner
This double duo of Argan oil gives your hair an intense therapy session to repair dry, damaged hair without weighing it down. Indulge in this luxurious combo to reawaken strands and bring your hair back to life.What you will need:
Moisture Is KeyKids' hair can be extremely dry. From wearing wool hats in the winter, to swimming in the summer. If they also have tight curls, you’ll want to pay even more attention to moisture. Use natural oils like coconut oil, argan oil and shea butter to nourish and detangle before styling.
Tools + TechniqueDetangling doesn't have to be torture. The keys to detangling are tools + technique. Use a wide-tooth comb to gently but thoroughly detangle hair section by section. Use a leave-in conditioner or detangler on hair before combing.
When shampooing, massage your little one's scalp to stimulate growth and help maintain a healthy scalp.
NATURAL PRODUCTS FOR CHILDREN:
- Shampoo: Massage your child’s scalp while shampooing to maintain a healthy scalp and generate hair growth. Be sure to run fingers down the hair shaft to prevent tangles.
- Detangle: the key to easy detangling are using the proper tools and technique. Use leave-in conditioner or detangler and section hair. Using a wide tooth comb, gently detangle hair section by section.
- Moisturize: From the change in seasons to constant activities, kids’ hair can become extremely dry. Use natural oils like coconut oil, argan oil, and shea butter to nourish your child’s hair before styling.