Sure! You are happy to see your little diva develop everyday, learning new words and becoming more beautiful as the days go by, but is the same thing happening to her hair, or you just feel comfortable covering her natural hair with attachments? The doctor says she’s amazingly healthy and growing wonderfully; but unfortunately her hair is not. You’ve asked the doctor about it, and she’s said that it’s fine; but you can’t help but to notice other little ones your daughter’s age who have hair for days.
The truth is, your child’s hair is growing. The problem is that she’s not retaining any of that length.
Here are the shocking reasons why your little diva’s hair isn’t growing and what you can do;
1. REFUSAL TO ACCEPT THAT YOUR CURRENT ROUTINE ISN’T WORKING:
The major issue here is that you just feel like you’ve done it all. You keep her hair in protective styles, you moisturize regularly, she’s wearing a satin cap to bed, but you’re still not seeing any results. It may be time for you to accept that your routine just isn’t working. If you haven’t seen any noticeable growth in your little one’s hair for two to three months it’s time to take some serious stock in your daily routine.
WHAT TO DO:
You need to ask yourself the following questions: Are you really handling your little one’s delicate strands properly? Are you finger de-tangling gently with hair damp and soft from conditioner; or are you ripping a comb through her dry hair strands daily? There still needs to be some moisturizing and sealing taking place on the regular, even if your little one has her hair in a protective style. If what you’re doing isn’t working make the decision today to change things up.
2. NOT REALIZING WHEN OR HOW SHE’S LOSING THE MOST HAIR:
Well, it could be when you’re de-tangling, or when you let her wear her hair free; but if you’re not seeing growth, there is a point when she’s losing a huge chunk of the hair she’s grown. Hair sheds naturally.
WHAT TO DO:
If you’re seeing a ton of hair in your comb or in your hand after de-tangling your little one’s hair, you’re either de-tangling improperly, or you need to do a close inspection of the ends of your child’s hair. If your child’s ends are split, put down that “End Mender Hair Cream” that claims to heal split ends, and grab a pair of scissors. It may seem counterproductive to trim when you’re attempting to get hair to grow, but if your child’s ends are split, they need to be removed. Once an end is split, it’s split, and it needs to be trimmed before it travels up the hair shaft.
Watch your little diva’s hair closely!
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