Skip your child’s trims and they will need a haircut.
Like annual physical exams are important to your child’s health so are bi-monthly hair trims to their haircare. The overall health of your child is reflected in their hair, but maintaining a healthy mane also includes regular grooming. Just like shampooing and conditioning, your child’s hair it is just as important to get a chop on things and at an early age. You should begin to trim your child’s hair as early as their first birthday (depending on length of hair.)
Many people believe that heat is the only way to damage hair. They believe if the hair doesn’t encounter heat, the ends are not in jeopardy of splitting. Truth is, you can damage hair just by brushing and combing it. Often times the hair can get snagged on objects such as your clothing, which could also encourage split ends.
To prevent your child in needing a haircut by the time you decide to straighten their hair, take them for their first salon visit, or give them a blowout, you should get your child on a regular bi-monthly hair trim maintenance schedule after their first birthday.
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