Healthy Scalp, Healthy Locs
Children born to parents of different racial backgrounds often have hair that combines the best and worst features from each genetic signature. Examine your child’s hair to determine which hair characteristics you must consider before you attempt to groom, shampoo and style your child’s hair. For best results, use products and techniques designed for the more dominant racial hair type.
Detangle curly biracial hair before you attempt any grooming or cleaning. Part your child’s hair into several small sections and use a hair clip or elastic hair band to keep the sections separate. The thickness and length will determine how many sections you need.