Biracial Hair Care Tips and Techniques has been compiled from years of experience and research. Biracial hair is extremely diverse ranging from loose, flowing curls that maintain moisture well and grow like crazy (Type 2) to tightly coiled hair that can tend to be dry and fragile (type 4). Learning to handle biracial hair is often a matter of trial and error as you learn whether your hair needs oils or not, which types of oils, how often to wash your hair, and how do you style it?
Many of our clients are caucasian mothers of biracial children. They call us frustrated because they don't know how to deal with "kinky" or "frizzy" hair. As a result, they sometimes inadvertently cause their children to not cherish their own, unique natural hair. We want to help you and your child accept and love her hair. Biracial hair care usually requires hair care somewhere in between caucasian hair care and black hair care. Each child might have a different hair type. The regimen each person uses must be customized to her particular needs. But, where to start? We can help.
The questions answered in our book include:
How is African American hair structured?
- What is My Hair Type?
- Should I relax my hair
- How do I care for my child's hair?
- And many more...
The book is priced to be affordable to everyone. It's a quick read, with densely packed information and not a lot of filler. In addition to the book, we are always here for you to answer any questions you may have.
Happy Hair Care,
Brian & Tywana