I may have to try that. The other day when I washed her hair, I just put biosilk in her hair, and it made it really soft and managable w/o having to use the detangler (which makes her hair curl up even more). I just think her hair was still a little on the dry side.View Thread
I'm biracial, and my husband is biracial as well. Our daughter has really thick dry hair. I've been using Loreal Detangular and it helps with the tangles, but I need something that will help with the dryness. I have heard to put grease and pink lotion and other stuff. I'm thinking that since she's only 6 months I don't want to put all that stuff on her hair and weigh it down. I'm wonder if there are any suggestions on a hair product that conditions and doesn't make her hair feel greasy. I also wanted to start putting her hair in pig tails, but I don't want to have a lot all over her head. Wondering if there are any suggestions for this as well. Thanks in advance.View Thread
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