It’s that time again… a virtual play date to celebrate the beautiful, curly babies in our lives! Click on the images to enlarge them:
I suppose Noelle could also go under the “I Big Chopped” category! I cut all of her hair off Super Bowl Sunday 2011 because she was playing and pulling her hair out. It got so bad that she became bald in different spots on her head and it was just best to cut it all off to (1) have her hair grow back evenly and (2) get her out of the habit of pulling her hair out.
My babygirl Morgan, age 5. I co-wash her hair. I redo her braids every week with Miss Jessies buttercreme. This is a braid-out, prepping to wash.
Here is a pic of my 6 year old daughter Makenzie. I washed her hair with Shea Moisture Curl and Shine Shampoo and conditioned with my home made conditioning mix. And for the styling I used the Curl Enhancing Smoothie. My Kenzie-Poo hehehe!
I came across this photo and could not resist sharing it. This is me -Tammy, sporting my TWA some 41 yrs ago. “No grandmom, use a wide-tooth comb! USE A WIDE-TOOTH COMB! LOL!”
This is my 3 year old baby girl Carmen on Christmas Day. This was a twist-out on dry hair. As far as products, I am still looking for that perfect product for her hair. But I usually use Suave baby shampoo and detangler and then use Hello Hydration conditioner. I also use coconut oil as a moisturizer.
My beautiful 10 year old daughter, Destanee. Freshly washed hair using Shea Moisture Coconut & Hibiscus line of shampoo and hair milk, air dried.
A photo of my naturally curly daughter “N”.
Miss R is 15 months old and Mr. C is 3 years old. I used Organic Root Stimulator’s Smooth N Hold Pudding in their hair. It worked well in smoothing Miss R’s ponytails and adding lots of shine and moisture to both.
I have two but will focus on my son for now:
My son, Nicolas, at the Arboretum enjoying the covered wagon. I adore his
ringlets. We use a combination of products such as TRESemmé Curl
Moisturizing shampoo, Coconut Milk shampoo and conditioner by Organix and
Carol’s Daughter Hair Milk shampoo and conditioner.
Be sure to use ‘Curly Baby’ as the subject line! **We need more ASAP!!!**
As a European-American mom of three African-American kids, I think I have the whole moisturizing and conditioning thing down. I just find it hard to "tackle" my 22 month old baby girl to get her to allow my to comb her hair. She has always had a sensitive scalp and now has refused even ponytails. My husband insists on the natural look (I agree its cute), but her very tight, tiny curls makes it almost impossible to get through in one sitting.
Thanks Loveyourgirlsbiracialcurls! 🙂
Dang Sista! How many babies do you have!
So happy these babies are getting the 411
yay for N!!!!!! and Yay for all the cuties!!
Love the pics! LOL @ Tammy's old school pic, I remember those days!! 🙂
ROTFL @Tammy! that was too cute
Aww how adorable! I didnt know I was supposed to tell what products I use LOL, I thought we just send the picture and thats all LOL. Thanks CurlyNikki for featuring my daughter "N" and if anyone wants to know what I use in her hair, just stop by http://kandylandkurls.blogspot.com
@ Tammy, that pic brought back memories! From the MLK calendar to the white Jesus picture on the wall, I am literally rolling on the floor! Those were the good old days…
Beautiful children once again! And I LOVE the throwback picture!
YAY my kenzie-poo is up there!!!! Yeah Tammy that pic had me giggling something serious lol
@Rania -My daughter has hair exactly like your son. What do you use as a leave-in and styling agent? His hair looks so soft and fluffy. I am finding either the products leave my daughter's hair oily or crunchy.
@Tammy, that is so funny, "No grandma use a wide tooth comb." LOL
I'm loving that picture Tammy! It reminds me of me and my grandmother.
They are all so adorable and precious. Tammy… LOL!!