Hobbies: Isa loves dancing, singing, pretending to be a princess and playing tag.
Hair Care Routine: We wash with ACV once a week and co-wash once a week depending on how well her hair holds styles and how much she sweats. We use Suave Naturals Coconut conditioner. I learned my lesson on spending a lot of money on conditioner that is literally going down the drain. We then moisturize with Shea Moisture Curl Milk (the ONLY leave-in I have found light enough yet still moisturizing for her hair) and seal with coconut or olive oil. Isa’s hair is then styled or banded for the night.
Favorite Styles: Isa loves her hair down like Rapunzel and Pocahontas. She’s also a fan of braids, as long as she can swing them.
Any Tips or Advice? I think the most important things are avoiding sulfates, rubber bands, and products containing a bunch of chemicals. Isa had her first haircut 2 months before she turned 3 at which point it was down to the bottom of her butt when stretched. It didn’t get that way from bad shampoos or chemical products. I also can’t stress enough how important it is for our children to love and embrace their curls. There will come a day when some child will tell them their hair is “different” and they should all have the confidence and love of their hair to say yes it is, but I love it!
Isn’t she adorable?! Isa’s mom has dubbed her D’s hair twin and some of our other readers have noted that they even favor each other.. what do you think? Are Isa and D look-a-likes?