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Aibu top put soft rollers in dd. Hair

(16 Posts)
pleasemothermay1 Tue 26-Jul-16 20:39:47

I don't want to use heat on her hair as it will damage it and she's to young

However I have pink foam rollers is she to little she is 3.5

Buggers Tue 26-Jul-16 20:41:48

For what reason?

StarryIllusion Tue 26-Jul-16 20:42:55

Why? Just because you want to or has she asked? If she wants to for fun then yeah, go ahead.

pleasemothermay1 Tue 26-Jul-16 20:50:09

Dd has hair like in the picture above and wanted to do a looser curl like picture were off out on Saturday

But just wondered

I would usually was then put rollers in mine to. Get it like that however

She only little so I wasn't sure

Believeitornot Tue 26-Jul-16 20:51:41

Leave her hair as it is.

She is 3 and has beautiful hair. She doesn't need teaching from a young age that her hair needs adjusting.

BillSykesDog Tue 26-Jul-16 20:55:08

If she's asking I can't see the harm. No heat so won't damage it. My Gran used to curl mine in rags when I was that age, just because I asked to for a bit of fun.

nanetterose Tue 26-Jul-16 20:55:11

I think it is absolutely fine. Just playing about really isn't it ?
Is that your daughter - super cute!

PaulAnkaTheDog Tue 26-Jul-16 20:55:28

It's gorgeous how it is! Teach her to love it as it is!

pleasemothermay1 Tue 26-Jul-16 20:55:33

Thanks I will just wash and Cain row it
Maybe puts some beads at the end

fastdaytears Tue 26-Jul-16 20:56:49

Oh if she wants to play with her hair I'd let her!

tryingtobestronger Tue 26-Jul-16 20:58:42

Try it. But omg she is so cute

fastdaytears Tue 26-Jul-16 21:00:44

Oh is that OP's daughter? I thought it was just another kid with similar hair. It's a sure cute picture either way. Lovely curls glares at crappy limp flat hair

neolara Tue 26-Jul-16 21:03:31

Just wanted to say, she's gorgeous.. No need to do anything to her hair imo.

Subatomickitten Tue 26-Jul-16 21:20:42

Another one posting to say how adorable your DD is, her hair is fabulous!

ChocolateButton15 Tue 26-Jul-16 21:23:09

There's no harm in curling her hair! Very rarely I straighten my nearly 4 year olds hair or curl it. It won't damage her hair. I disagree that its teaching her that her hair needs adjusting. You could apply that same logic to cutting it or tying it up hmm

ItWentInMyEye Tue 26-Jul-16 21:24:06

I'd do it if she's asking for it, it won't hurt! Plus, she might change her mind after you put a few in anyway grin

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