EB’s hair is beautiful. I kid you not. I’m not trying to come off as some irritating mom who swears her kid is the next baby model or baby genius. In fact, I gripe about my kids quite a bit. But this post is all about showing love to EB’s gooooorgeous hair.
Because there is no denying that my baby’s crown is stunning. She gets compliments on it quite a bit and while she always utters a sweet “Thank you” I feel like I should get complimented on MY work, too. Because taking care of Black girl hair is a freaking job, y’all. It requires time, skill and love. It’s a challenge to grow healthy hair. And while my hair currently looks like a hot mess on wheels (okay, not really but I could do better), I’m so proud of the fact that I’ve been able to really get her hair to where it is.
I am quite literally patting myself on the back.
Lately we’ve been getting a lot of questions about what I use so I decided to gift the world with this post. I’ll update it as needed but for now here is a comprehensive list of what we put in her hair.
And yes, I said “we” because you better believe Esposo gets in on the hair wrangling duties. That’s another topic in itself but women, get your men comfortable with doing their kids’ hair. It only makes sense.
Cantu for Natural Hair Cleansing Cream Shampoo
Cantu for Natural Hair Hydrating Cream Conditioner
Bee Mine Botanical Moisturizing Shampoo
Shea Moisture Jamaican Black Castor Oil Grow & Restore Conditioner
Jane Carter’s Leave-In Conditioner