Coming soon…

Tips for washing biracial hair
First off, if you’re reading in an email or reader, pop on over to my blog and check out my new digs. I decided a redesign was in order and hired Sarah to help me spruce up the place once again. I’m also loving my new slogan if I say so myself. I’ve added new tabs and pages that hopefully will keep things a bit more organized. Let me know what you think!

Next, I knew from birth that both of my children were going to be a handful.–When it came to their hair that is. They each came out with a head full of hair and it keeps growing at what seems like a super-human speed.

It’s been a long time since I’ve done a post about my kid’s hair routine and now that my daughter’s hair is past her waist (when wet) and my son’s is down to his shoulders (when wet) I’d say it’s about time for an update. I normally use Curls products but this week I’m going to try experimenting with my Shea Moisture products on them (because it would be so nice if we could all share) and I’ll post another step-by-step tutorial with picture, and maybe a video. If you have any specific questions before then let me know and I’ll be sure to include it.

Have a happy Monday!

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  1. I love it!! She’s adorable. I’m not going to lie part of my hesitation to have children is their hair… Most of the time I’m too lazy to do my own so I wonder how I’ll do someone else’s 🙁

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