You are thinking about getting your daughter’s hair curled
Did your ten-year-old girl ask you for a permanent curl because her best friend did the same?
I am not God.
I have absolutely no interest in playing the role of judge or justice lady.
But the things I’ve seen recently on Instagram give me goosebumps and stir up all the emotions you just can’t help but feel.
Angry, confused, pitiful, angry, sad, angry at seeing mothers willing to do anything to get likes on social networks.
Finally, a picture of a mother posted a picture of her three-year-old child curling her hair at a hair salon .
First of all, let me tell you one thing.
You should never curl a child’s hair under the age of sixteen as it uses harsh chemicals that can damage not only their hair and scalp.
However, they can even aggravate the eyes and skin near the temples.
Therefore, no, you shouldn’t permanently curl your one-sided hair.
And in all of this I am outdated. And very proud.
- First of all, do you think for a moment that a kid can sit at a hair salon for three hours curling their hair?
- Do you think a three or seven year old is interested in having their hair straight or curly?
I believe that kids of that age would, fortunately, want to play games in the park or at most on the computer.
How great it would be if parents help their children find happiness while riding a carousel or flying a kite!
On the other hand, if your ten or twelve year old daughter wants to get her hair curled because her friend did it, then it’s time to talk to her.
So you can help her understand that it was not because someone jumped the ball that she had to. And it is a time and place for everything.
That she will have time to test her hair when she is old enough, likewise she will find the right time to fall in love, get married and travel for the first time without you .
What gets rid of the idea of getting someone to mold him when he’s not of the right age from your child’s mind depends on how you communicate with him.
A dialogue based on emotional intelligence and knowledge.
I know that coping with small children or babies can sometimes be challenging. You don’t have to tell me, I have a 10 and 15 year old kid, and they think they know more about the world than I do.
So today I’m going to help you and I’m going to tell you all the arguments you can use so that your daughter doesn’t just get it,
But you will make sure her hair is not permanently curly and that she doesn’t hate you for not allowing it.
So don’t move because I’ll tell you:
- Why is a software not suitable for children under 16 years old?
- Other alternatives to curling so you can curl your child’s hair [/ su_list]
Why is it not convenient to curl hair for girls before 16 years old?
I’m not here to tell you what you should do with your daughter or son’s hair.
That’s why I’m going to tell you what a perm includes, so that later on you can decide what’s best for your most important treasure.
During the curling process, the hair is wrapped around a curling iron or roller, and they apply a chemical called ammonium thioglycolate, sodium thioglycolate or glyceryl monothioglycolate.
These products are powerful chemicals that break down the hair’s structural rings, causing hair to straighten or curly.
When the chemicals break these rings, the hair drops to a porridge-like state.
After the treatment, they applied a neutralizer to the hair, reconstructed the hair bonds and reshaped the hair to the shape of a curling machine, creating curls.
It seems like a simple recipe in which you mix a few ingredients and get the ideal powder.
But this mixture contains dangers and risks for children’s hair and scalp.
Do you want to know why?
Color, thickness, texture and curls can undergo a number of changes until they reach puberty.
Almost all dermatologists do not chemically recommend changing the inner structure of a baby’s hair before puberty.
Because until then, children’s hair is usually thinner and more brittle, and can be easily damaged even with the slightest curl.
The same is true for the scalp. It is much more sensitive and prone to irritation or allergic reaction than adults.
Why do you think there are shampoos specially designed for children?
In addition to problems that threaten your child’s health, perms can make hair dry and more brittle.
And on the other hand, you will also need to use specific products to brush and style the curls.
It’s almost like condemning a kid to spend hours in the bathroom getting the right hairstyle!
Also, if you can’t find the right specialist to properly curl your hair, your daughter’s hair may become frayed.
Finally, curling takes time, such as a minimum of two to three hours for shorter and thinner hair, and more than four to five hours for longer hair.
Can your daughter sit still the whole time?
- Would you be willing to take the risk of your daughter’s scalp getting burned?
- Would you like to spend a lot of time applying the product to shape your curls after curling?
- And what if the hair burns in the process and you have to cut at least seven inches?
If you have answered each question carefully, then you have an answer for a girl’s hair curling is convenient or not.
And you have all the reasons you need to be able to discuss this with your daughter, so that she can understand your decision.
And if she doesn’t understand it, nothing lasts forever; Her anger would quickly vanish like summer rain.
Now, you can always convince your kids to do better if you give them alternatives.
Something like, “I can’t let you curl your hair, but we can make some interesting curls in a different way, what do you think?”
And you will find that in a few minutes her angry face will smile.
Other ways to curl your daughter’s hair without curling
Of course, I also wouldn’t recommend using a curling iron for your daughter.
So I recommend this natural way to curl my girlfriend’s hair without using heat tools.
You’ll need a bit of patience, and so will your daughter, and some pairs of hair.
- Use a towel to wash and dry your hair before going to bed.
- Apply hair cream all over the hair to define curls.
- Split hair horizontally, split the top half, and secure with a hairpin.
- Divide the rest of the hair horizontally and separate. Now you should have two parts trimmed and one separate.
- Brush your hair loose and divide it into four sections.
- Take a 5 cm section and curl the hair, using your fingers, from tips to roots until you touch the scalp.
- Fix the curl with a hairpin. Continue making until you have four or more, on the girl’s neck.
- Unscrew the center part and repeat the last step.
- Finally, repeat the same process above.
- Before your daughter goes to bed, spray the hairspray all over her hair.
- In the morning, remove the hairpin, curl the curls and brush the curls with your fingers.
Now you can decide what’s best for your daughter and her hair, and you can also play with it so she can show off her beautiful curls.
Help her go through her childhood and ten years ago without a doubt and accept herself like her!