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FEATURES Sep 23 2012 1:46PM
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My daughters hair is short/hard-to-comb. I don't want to damage it, what can I use?

ANGIE SAYS:

Look for products that are sulfate-free because they won't strip away your daughter's natural moisture. Also, try styles that are long-lasting and protective, like cornrows an twists, so you don't have to comb it every day. 
 
Learn to enjoy your baby girl’s teeny-weeny ‘fro! The best line for her short coils would probably be Hair Milk. This collection is ultra-moisturizing, which will soften and detangle her hair quickly, and it's gentle enough to use on your little one's hair as often as you would like. With it, you’ll never use the phrase “hard to comb” again. 

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