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My little girl of 14 months is mixed race and her hair is a mop of fuzziness on her head.(its almost like a straggly afro) Everyone keeps calling her a boy even when she is dressed all in pink so I am determined to try and do something with her hair. When she was born she had some hair and it was flat on her head but her face always stood out so beautifully. Now the hair is hiding it.
Last night I got her to sit a while and I did a few twists back from her face and she looked so beautiful - the change was amazing and she looked so much more like a girl. By this morning though,it had all come out.
I dont obviously have any experience of braiding or anything but is it possible to find someone who could do a baby's hair for me like this or an easy way I can do it myself and for it to stay like it.
hey nettle rash my DD 20 moths is mixed race and has very curly hair that is a nitemare to do anything with, i have just today recieved a leave i conditioner that has had rave reviews for mixed race hair, so once i have tried it i will let u know. Also like others have sed dont wash it often, i only do DD's less than once a week, having very straight hair i am also rubbish with curly crazy hair lol