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Just as putting on socks and shoes, brushing one’s hair is a part of our morning routine. And if you’re a girl then it takes much longer, especially if you or your child has long hair. It can also be the hardest part of a parent’s morning to get the snarls out of hair in a young girl without hurting her. It’s just as hurtful to parents to drag a comb through snarls as it is for a young girl screaming, “ouch mommy Ethroughout their hair brushing ritual.
There are products that can help with young girl’s snarls that will make the responsibility less stressful, such as the detangling products. If your daughter has curly or frizzy hair you can use a conditioner daily to soften the hair after shampooing. This will help tremendously when it is time to brush.
The varieties of brushes out there were created specifically for various hair types and hairstyle you or your child desire to reach. To make it easier for you to understand the brushes I have included a list for you below.
Yet, if you find a brush that works well with your child’s hair that makes it easier for her to deal with the brushing then by all means continue to use that brush. If they have a hard time with brushes try using a pick or a large tooth comb, as this is healthier for the hair.
Preschool E1st Grade
Talk to your child while you are brushing their hair, making sure they know what you are doing every step of the way. As well as making sure what you are doing is not hurting them, “that doesn’t hurt does it? Just make sure when you are brushing your hair to only brush a small section at a time.”
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