10 Ways to Get Your Afro Baby Used to Getting Their Hair Done

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It’s “hair day” for your little one and you’ve been dreading it. The day usually ends in tears (and we aren’t just talking about your child). You struggle to keep them still and the basic process of washing and conditioning becomes an absolute chore.

If this scenario rings true for you, you’re not alone. There are tons of parents out there, just like you, who are trying to get a grasp on when and how “hair day” became “hell day” and what in the world they can do about it.

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On the next few pages you’ll find ten tips, tricks and solutions to try in order to solve the problem of a wiggly, uncooperative child on hair day.

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Creative director, graphic artist, wife, and most importantly, mother to two Afro Babies - Kesha Phillips has appeared on shows like CBS Better Mornings Atlanta and AMHQ with Sam Champion featured as a parenting and lifestyle expert. Find Kesha all over the web sharing her knowledge and opinions on parenting, family life and social issues.

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  1. great tips! My 2 year old is an absolute TERROR when it comes to getting her hair done. I mean, I could literally not have done anything but rub product in my palm then on her hair and she’s level 10 upset. Since she does like having her own things I think I’ll purchase her a special chair and throw a tablet in her face. I’ll usually have a her favorite movie on but it doesn’t work. She hates hair day but these tips will likely help and I will come back to let you know. Thanks.

  2. My 14 month old screams uncontrollably. Just going near her hair causes issues. I’ve tried special toys. The chair hasn’t worked for me yet. I just want to get her used to it now, or I know it will be much worse for her (and me) later.

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