5 Ways to Involve Your Child in Their Hair Care

Hair care skills can be taught in a variety of ways and you don’t have to wait until a certain age. Don’t you remember making your first friendship bracelet? Did you braid the colorful strings into a bracelet? That skill can translate into hair care. Be creative, tape yarn to the table, sew yarn to a scrap piece of fabric and secure the fabric to something, then braid or twist it over and over. Practice beading on string before moving on to hair. Start with skills they can’t mess up like taking down a braid or twist. Or applying products on sections of hair that you already separated.

  • Teach them to braid with yarn

  • Teach them to remove braids

  • Have them collect the products needed

  • Teach them what each product does

  • Have them pre-poo their hair




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