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4 SIGNS THAT YOUR LITTLE ONE’S HAIR IS IN TROUBLE

It’s not always simple to spot damage in your child’s hair because the signs aren’t easily detectable. However,  there are a few things you can look out for that will help distinguish the difference between healthy and damaged hair. Here are 4 ways to tell if your child’s naturally curly hair is damaged.

1. SPLIT ENDS

Does your Instagram hair crush brag about going a year between trims or a proper haircut? That’s probably because they maintain healthy hair all year around. If you notice that your child’s ends begin to split almost immediately after a trim, their hair could be fragile and break off easily. The minimum amount of time before an average person will notice their hair splitting is one to two months after a trim.

2. TEXTURE

Have you ever run your finger over a strand of your child’s hair? Does it feel a bit bumpy or smooth? If there is an obvious difference in smoothness on a single strand of hair from root to ends, chances are your child has gaps in their hair strand which is a significant sign of breakage. While protein treatments help to temporarily fill in the gaps, sometimes the problem can be fixed internally with proper nutrition and effective hair vitamins.

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3. MATTING HAIR

If you find yourself taking much longer than normal to detangle your child’s hair even when it’s soaking wet with a slippery conditioner, this could be a sign that your little one’s  curls are damaged.

4. POPPING AND SNAPPING

Healthy hair, when wet, actually stretches if it is gently pulled. Elasticity in each hair strand is normal. However, if it stretches a bit too much and then snaps or pops, your child’s curls could be lacking protein. On the other hand, if the hair pops right away when you attempt to stretch it, the curls could be too dry and lacking moisture. These are two important elements in unhealthy or damaged hair.

Let us know if these styles work for you. Tag us on Instagram @naturalbunchkidshaircare with your child’s bedtime hair!

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