I blow dry dd1&2's hair every two or three nights. I'm just wondering, all the magazines say to use something to protect hair from heat damage on adults hair - should I be using it on the dd's hair too? I use a conditioning shampoo and sometimes a detangling spray but nothing else. What do you all do?
I dry ds's hair because it's really thick and won't dry on its own. But only when he has it washed which is once a week, sometimes more like every 10 days....DD never - her hair is thinner and dries really quickly. But she has hers done every 2-3 days (she's younger and there's the food-in-hair factor)
Yes I do but thats because they wash their hair in the bath before they go to bed and I don't want them going to bed with wet hair. Find it an absolute pain though - lots of moaning involved (and thats just me )
dd is 16mnths and I blow dry it a little bit on a cool setting if its just before she goes to bed. My hairdresser also said its a good idea to get girls especially used to hairdryers from an early age so that they are not so scared from them when they start going to a hairdresser.
I occasionally dry DD's hair with a hairdryer, but she is only 23 months and her hair's pretty short and thin and drys quick anyway. I dry it in the mornings with a hairdryer if we are going out only because it's so cold and don't want her to get a cold head!
Dont use anything on it except if she sees me using something on mine then I give her some, she thinks it's great to copy Mummy.
i always dry dd's hair because her bath is part of her wind down for bed, do it on a low heat though because it's very fine it dries really quick, her hair is in good condition, but without blowdrying into shape it stands up all over because she has a double crown!!