Our children are the future! With so much information out there it is not easy to find useful information on how to take care of your child’s hair. It can be downright overwhelming to be honest. As our children continue to grow, it is important for us to teach them proper hair care techniques as well as educating ourselves. Building on the knowledge we already have can begin to instill positive values in our little ones so they can realize their beauty from the inside out.
Kinki Kreations: A Parent’s Guide to Natural Black Hair for Kids
Jena Williams is an award winning stylists who decided to take the techniques she has learned from the business and compile it into a book. She gives easy step-by-step interactions on styles that can be done in a matter of minutes. In addition to these helpful styles provided in this book, Jena also gives advice on caring for infants hair and proper washing techniques.
Chocolate Hair Vanilla Care: A Parent’s Guide to Beginning Natural Hair Styling
This name is definitely no stranger to the game when it comes to kids hair care. Rory Mullen gives those with kids a broad range of information in aiding to taking care of their child’s hair. Whether your child is biracial or has kinky-coily hair, this book is an excellent guide for hair styling and maintenance techniques. To accompany this best selling book, you can also find out more information about Chocolate Hair Vanilla Care on their website: www.chocolatehairvanillacare.com or you can check out the Youtube channel listed below.
Big Hair Don’t Care
This is a really great book on building self esteem. The creative author Crystal Swain-Bates speaks of Lola’s adventures and her love for her big hair. This book will remind your child how it is okay to be different and stand out in a crowd.
The Adventures of Moxie Girl
An inspiring back story all its own, seven year old Natalie McGriff wrote a comic book about a girl who has curly hair with super powers. If, the message on self-esteem is not enough to make you buy this book consider the plot. This was all brought to the public eye at a crowdfunding festival, which we are sure glad she won.