How To Do My Child Hair Without Them Crying?

Breanna Rutter


Hello everyone this is Breanna Rutter author of the book the natural hair Bible and founder of and for these videos I left after all of the questions you all send me via email so if you have any questions that you will like for me to answer be sure to check out the description box for additional information so without further ado the topic of this video is about tender headed kids Shaqita keep that emailed me a question and she asked me what should she do to help her daughter with her hair because she is extremely tender headed and anything that she does to her hair she's always crying and whining and complaining about it and it's hard for her to do her child hair so she want me to give her any advice that I had to help her to keep her daughter's hair done in style without too much crying and fussing from the to give you some tips and some things are going to help you with doing your daughter's hair the first tip that I'm going to give to you is that you just simply need to ask her to tell you when does it hurt when you're doing her hair some kids will cry just to cry because they might hate getting her hair done or they may be impatient because they have to sit there for a little while so sometimes you can tell if they are crying and whining and you really having got started if it's because they'll fill I get her hair done so just ask the child say why are you crying sometimes because they say well I think is going to hurt or they may say Im tired or Im sleepy or Im hungry so you just need to ask the child why does a her or when does it hurt so you can know if it's something you're actually doing that's causing the pain the second tip that I want to give is that you want to make sure that you manipulate the hair and that you comb through your daughter's hair very gently so I mean by this is for example don't just take the comb and put it through your daughter's hair and bring the car right out without having any type of thing to combat the tension that will hurt so bad if I take it for instance and I'm picking my hair without holding a part of my hair to pick their is hurt really bad because the tension is all being placed on my scalp and my pores so when you're detangling your daughter's hair I don't this is an issue that you're having with your hair because you didn't really explain in detail what is causing the pain you said she is always crying about it so it can be from just detangling her hair what I suggest is that when you detailing her hair you make sure that its extremely slippery so because she's so tender headed make sure hair is wet and you loaded with a time of conditioner to be tangled through her hair and what you want to do is have a very small manageable section that you will be working on a you just want a section that off you want to hold her hair with one hand and gently called from the bottom on up to detangling her hair just make sure that you're holding her hair with one hand to lessen the tension on her actual scalp as you are combing her hair and the second thing I want to tell you is to be very careful how tight your braiding her hair even if the style turns out to be just a little bit will think that's better than having braids to look extremely neat but she thinks they are that it hurts or it is very uncomfortable for her so you just got to get used to figuring out if she has any sensitive areas on her head really pay attention to her scalp to see if there's any inflammation as well and just ask your child to tell you when it hurts so you can know if this may be all in her head or is all in your head and is something that you could be doing wrong to your daughter so Shaqita keep our hope that helps and just take they just keep going through with trying to do her hair because eventually you will come up with a formula that is going to work and all also another tip that you that I want to help you when doing her hair is that you make sure that you pick a style that lasted all the way until it's time to take down the hair for washday so if you wash your daughter's hair maybe once a week or once every two weeks or something like that you want to make sure that you put some type of twists braids in her hair that will last you always washday because you want to not have to comb her hair not his frequent that she is tender head it so just do what works for you as far as styling goes you have to add extensions your daughter's hair you can just manipulate her own hair to put in braids or twist but a really good thing is to make sure last washday so you don't have to call more than you need to so I hope this help you with your daughter into anyone else was watching really need that extra help when it comes to doing their children’s hair and also before you go make sure to sign up for my email list to be automatically answered for any giveaways that I do and to receive exclusive content so until then I will see you all in my next video

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