1.)Your name and little one's name/nickname?
-My name is 'London' and my daughter's name is 'Princess.'
2.)Whats your haircare routine?
-Every two weeks I wash her hair with Suave Professionals Almond &Shampoo and condition with Hello Hydration Conditioner. I towel dry for a couple of minutes so the water won't be dripping all over the place. While it's still wet, I part it into sections and spray Soft & Beautiful Just For Me! 2-In-1 Conditioner Detangler in it and detangle with my fingers, then go through it with a wide tooth comb, and then go back through it with a brush. By the time I'm done, her hair is nearly dry so I start to style!
3.)What products are you currently using?
-The products I use while styling is BB Oil Moisturizer (for shine), HEHH Conditioner (for lightness), and Kids Organic Gro Strong Triple Action Stimulating Therapy (to reduce frizziness). I mix the BB Oil Moisturizer and HEHH conditioner together and apply to the hair.
4.)Do you use (or will or will not use) heat/chemicals on the child's hair?
-When I wanted to try the straight look on her hair, the cosmetologist used aand I've used a flat iron on her hair a couple of times after that, BUT NOT OFTEN. For her hair like hers, I DEFINITELY do not suggest using heat on it a lot. It definitely dries it out quick! I'm not using chemicals though. EVER!
5.)Do you use heat/chemicals on your hair?
-YES! Unlike her, I have a different hair type. It requires chemicals (not saying it's nappy), but I've gotten quite use to perms. I would love to try the natural thing though.
6.)What was the worst hair tip you have received?
-I don't think I've received any...YET.
7.)Do you cut/trim the hair? if so how often?
-I've personally never trimmed her hair, although it's time for me to start. I believe she's only had her hair trimmed twice in her life (which is bad, I know, lol).
8.)What is some hair advice you would like to share?
-Hmm, hair advice...I'm not a licensed hair stylist so I personally can't give out advice to people. I'm believe I'm an amateur myself. I can say though, if you have trouble braiding/cornrowing hair there are Youtube videos out there to help! I haven't had to use them, but some has and it seemed to work. Also, if you have problems doing two/three strand twists, again, Youtube videos. I learned how to do them on there and they are DEFINITELY helpful!
Show us the pictures!!!!!
HalfWith Three Strand Twists (Back)
Beads,, & Sock Bun
Banded Waves In Ponytails
Trianglur Ponytails With Three Strand Twists
Isn't Princess gorgeous!! London you are doing a great job on her hair, It looks so healthy, keep it up mama!! If you like to see more pics and tips from London and Princess check out their website BeautifulBiracial at
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