Keeping my child's hair wavy healthy
Need to take care of your kids' wavy hair while keeping a natural bounce? Here are our tips:
Cleanse without weighing down
The goal of the washing step is to remove residues of toxins and old hair routines without drying out the scalp or lengths. The particularity of our toddlers' wavy hair is that it tends to quickly become either heavy or greasy. In both cases, several things should be avoided:
Clean too often: up to 2 shampoos per week with the Bubble Dream shampoo and then refreshes throughout the week to avoid overdosing the hair.
Limit the amount of product applied: unless you've just come out of a mud fight, one shampoo per wash and a hazelnut are more than enough for your entire head of hair.
For wavy hair that tends to tangle, we recommend applying our Pink Paradise, the flagship conditioner of our range for both children and adults! It will moisturize and detangle and leave your child's hair soft and silky. Apply it after shampoo on towel-dried hair and detangle with a brush, comb or fingers while it is being applied. The knots will slide out much better and the hair will come out soft and bouncy.
Moisturize and nourish the hair fiber
When you get out of the shower, apply a hair milk to your towel-dried hair to protect and define it for the day. The Smoothie Ananas will be perfectly adapted to toddlers because it is free of essential oils and contains moisturizing and nourishing agents! A dab, even for long hair, will be enough to not weigh down the lengths.
The tips of the team Les Secrets de Loly
To limit the knots in the morning, think of tying their hair before bed in a pineapple or braid to find a fiber in great shape in the morning!