How do I thicken my child’s hair? Submitted by Shavana

Hello i Have a question what to put in your daughter hair if she got thin hair how do you get it to be thick what product can I use and for her dryness hair and her ends break also it be dry and dull and rough she got the bounce hair that sticks up after you twist itHello i Have a question what to put in your daughter hair if she got thin hair how do you get it to be thick what product can I use and for her dryness hair and her ends break also it be dry and dull and rough she got the bounce hair that sticks up after you twist it

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If the hair isn’t severely damaged, in most instances, hair thickness is purely hereditary. It may be a grandparent or even a great grandparent who has thin hair and passed it down to your child.

If it IS thinness due to damage, your first step needs to be to figure out how and why her hair is being damaged. Have you ever done a chemical process (texurizer, relaxer) on her hair? Do you make sure to keep her hair in a protective style (braids, twists, cornrows) a majority of the time? Are you making sure to deep condition her hair at least every other week? If you’re not deep conditioning are installing protective styles often then those could be the roots to some of your problems. If her ends are damaged, they need to be trimmed ASAP. Split and damaged ends usually just travel up the hair shaft and ruin the rest of the hair if not stopped.

It sounds like her hair suffers from chronic dryness. Get her a trim and start deep conditioning (with heat) at least every other week.

Admin Answered on July 14, 2016.
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