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    Posted: Jun 26 2007 at 7:42am
I noticed that her end are really dry and I was wondering if it is ok to trim them? If so, how would i do it. She has never gotten her ends trim. Is 2 years old too young to do that?
 
I know this is gonna sound crazy but about a month ago i experimented with the baggy method on her hair just for fun. I put her hair in 4 pontytails and did. After I took the bags off, her hair felt great. Is it ok for me to do it to her on a regular basis. She was very willing to let me do it because she always wants to do the same things that i do to my hair. She copies everything i do LOL
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun 26 2007 at 7:53am
Hey Salex,

Yes, I would personally trim her ends and the baggy method for her hair would be great!

Because she is so young, you will see such great results with her hair.

Yes, definitely moisture, seal and baggy those ends, once they are freshly chopped and hopefully it's smooth sailing from there.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun 26 2007 at 8:09am
Originally posted by pinkrazr25 pinkrazr25 wrote:

Hey Salex,

Yes, I would personally trim her ends and the baggy method for her hair would be great!

Because she is so young, you will see such great results with her hair.

Yes, definitely moisture, seal and baggy those ends, once they are freshly chopped and hopefully it's smooth sailing from there.
 
Thanks. But i dont know the right way to trim her ends. How do i do it?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun 26 2007 at 8:30am

Is that her in your Avie!    She is a doll!  I personally would not clip her ends.  I would just buy a con conditioner and put a little on her little head and put a plastic cap and let her siat for a 15-20 minutes.   That should help her out.  She too young (JMO)to be clipping in her head.  Unles You've  givin her any perms/relaxers, chemicals, I don't think there is a need.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun 26 2007 at 8:39am
Originally posted by quietone quietone wrote:

Is that her in your Avie!    She is a doll!  I personally would not clip her ends.  I would just buy a con conditioner and put a little on her little head and put a plastic cap and let her siat for a 15-20 minutes.   That should help her out.  She too young (JMO)to be clipping in her head.  Unles You've  givin her any perms/relaxers, chemicals, I don't think there is a need.

 
Yes thats her, thanks. She has tpe 3b/c hair. In ponytails its a little past her shoulders, but if i comb in all the way str8, its in the middle of her back. So shoould i just start the baggy method on her and not clip the ends?
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun 26 2007 at 9:01am
wow 2 is so young her hair hasnt even finished changing yet. I would have to say leave it alone but of course it is up to you.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun 26 2007 at 9:33am

If dryness is the problem and not split ends or damage from a relaxer, I would just continue to moisturize and baggy but not clip. If you insist on snipping, I would dust instead.

Since you've already experimented with the baggy and saw good results, you should continue it on a consistent basis. Maybe a few times a week.
 
HTH.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun 26 2007 at 9:45am
told you sallyWink
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun 26 2007 at 9:49am
If her ends are a lighter color and really rough after moisturizing treatments such as the baggy method, go ahead and give her a trim.
I care for my neices hair. She is a 3c and I had to clip 1/4 of an inch off her to get her off to a good start. Now I just use Shea Aloe and baggy cream on her and she is good to go!
 
I cant baggy her because she will pull it off (she is only 4)
 
But if J is game, go ahead. It wont hurt!
Oh, this is Bri's hair in my avi.Tongue
 


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun 26 2007 at 10:56am
Originally posted by binky622 binky622 wrote:

told you sallyWink
 
WHATEVER BINKY!!!!!!!!!! LOL
 
::stomping out of the forum cuz im mad that binky was right::
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