I recently read Heidi Klum’s blog on the Huffington Post candidly sharing how she cares for her bi-racial babies hair.
Let me just say … I respect her game for celebrating her our hair and understanding that Black hair is beautiful, however, requires tons of tender love.
Black hair is tre’ special and MUST have the following:
3) Time (it takes us a little longer to get the right style)
4) Exceptional hair products (for some reason our hair requires a new gel, conditioner, detangler, and shampoo every three months to maintain our coif)
5) Mo’ Love
In the blog from The HuffPo, ‘Caring for my Kids’ Hair,’ Klum says … Having four children, with one having straight hair and three curly, it’s a bit of a new world for me. Growing up with straight hair myself, which was all I really knew how to work with. It was pretty straightforward: wash, air dry, done.
Henry, Johan and Lou — my three youngest — have super beautiful locks. Their hair definitely requires a different kind of care than my daughter Leni’s hair. I’ve learned to never brush their curly hair when it’s dry because then it’ll frizz. I use lots of conditioner and detangler, and only go to hairdressers who really KNOW how to cut and style curly hair. Continue reading article on Huffington Post.
What are your BEST tips for caring for our hair?