As a follow-up to my previous post on What I’ve Learned About Toddler Hair Care I talk about different techniques I use and now I’m going to tell what tools I have to have in order to get her hair done quick and keep her styles cute!
Accessories– I always have headbands and bows on hand. They make frizzy puffs look so cute! I just brush her edges down a little and put on a headband. Quick simple and only takes 3 minutes. For frizzy twists or ponytails, I take all the twist and pull them into a bun and apply a big cute bow to her ponytail.
Spray Bottle- I always dampen her hair with water before I apply any butters or leave-ins. This makes her hair easier to manage.
Ponytail Holders- Ouchless ponytail holders are heaven-sent. They come out easily, I just slip them out.They also seem to help keep her hair neater than rubber bands.
Leave-In- Sometimes I just use water and Apricot Mango Butter and sometimes I use a Leave-In under that. If you want the style to last a few days, a creamy leave in is a must, so get one that adds moisture and has a small amount of hold.
Denman Brush– I rarely comb her hair with a comb because she seems to feel the snags more than when I use my Denman brush. The Denman also seems to get the tangles out quicker. Some people worry about splits ends and damage from using a Denamn brush, I haven’t experienced any and neither has my daughter, her hair is in the middle of her back so it’s not slowing up her growth.
Hope this helps you all! These tools are all I use most days, I don’t get fancy with beads and all that, I keep it simple and quick.
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