How can a working parent take care of their child's hair?

Updated at: Feb 05, 2013
How can a working parent take care of their child's hair?
Editorial Team
Tips for ParentWritten by: Editorial TeamPublished at: Feb 05, 2013

Nowadays, even children want to look good. As a parent, it’s your duty to take care of your child’s hair and also teach them how to take good care of her their hair. Listed below are some of the ways in which you can take care of your child’s hair:

  • Use a mild shampoo. If your child is older, you can use a conditioner but avoid applying it on the scalp.
  • Detangle your child's hair before washing. Use a wide-toothed comb to do it. Start at the bottom of the hair and work your way up.
  • If your child has long hair, do not comb his/her hair when it is wet. Use your fingers to detangle the knots if any. You can also wide-toothed comb. 
  • Use good quality accessories for your child's hair. Avoid hairclips with sharp teeth, as these can hurt the scalp and cause hair damage. If your child’s hair is long, you can plait it to avoid hair tangling.



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