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    Posted: Dec 06 2012 at 7:47am
I am trying to get my daughters hair to grow longer, I do her hair...should I do her hair everyday and every night, should I co-wash her hair or wash it? What are the best products to use? My daughter has kinky,curly hair..i wish I could pot a pic but I cant. I just need some advice.
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How about adding some honey/oil to her co-wash conditioner. Moisturize and seal everyday, Massage castor oil weekly and do a lot of protective styling. Or use a product that contains sulfur. If you do, make sure you keep up with her DC too!
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Alright thank you..whats a good conditioner for lil girls if yoy know?
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Took this from the 101 newbie thread..

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Thank you for your input!
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Originally posted by Cherry89 Cherry89 wrote:

How about adding some honey/oil to her co-wash conditioner. Moisturize and seal everyday, Massage castor oil weekly and do a lot of protective styling. Or use a product that contains sulfur. If you do, make sure you keep up with her DC too!

methinks i might just try adding honey to mine. good advice! 
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Originally posted by Cherry89 Cherry89 wrote:

How about adding some honey/oil to her co-wash conditioner. Moisturize and seal everyday, Massage castor oil weekly and do a lot of protective styling. Or use a product that contains sulfur. If you do, make sure you keep up with her DC too!
I agree with you that use honey oil to wash hair and i think you can use conditionor or also after wash everyday use oil massage to grow your hair.
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How old is your daughter?  My daughter had very little hair when she was 2 yrs old, but what hair she did have I kept in cornrows or little braids, not too tight. She's a teenager now and has long beautiful hair. I basically left it alone with the braids, and would keep them in for a wk or 2.  I also washed and conditioned her hair too. I always made sure to condition.  She was a good kid though, she would let me wash it, and condition it with a plastic shower cap on her head for half an hour


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massage with coconut oil and use good shampoo and conditioner, this way may grow your daughter hair fast.
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