Maintaining Gia's Waist Length Natural Hair

I ain't gon' lie.  Florida's humidity took us ALL the way out, and laid our long-time Curlformer routine low. With few options, I resorted to what I know.  

Twists.  The super-shrinky, super-cute wet-set ones.  She can rock them down, or up in a bun or pony with cute cat ear or pom-pom headbands.  She can jump in the ocean or pool, with no worries.  She can get dressed in the mornings with zero effort-- hair did, and posh uniform?! Easy button, baebeee!  They're also easy to keep moisturized, re-twist when frizzy, and detangle on wash day.  Note: I twist with the next wash day in mind, lol -- medium-sized twists, only! That way, take down (usually once a month) is breezy.

Today, since the humidity and temp chilled out, she wanted to flex her length.  So I stretched her freshly cleansed, damp hair with a blow dryer (no comb attachment, tension method) and created chunky twists using the above products--  Carol's Daughter Pomade for shine and nourishment, the raw shea butter for hold (extra liberal with it!), and the Smoothie to seal and curl her ends (just a little, and on the ends only!). And now, we study for her THREE tests coming up next week!

Love ya!

Do you have a kiddo? How do you keep their hair happy and healthy (and your sanity in tack)?

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