Anyone with long hair knows how important it is to use the right products to take care of those tresses, but good hair care goes beyond products. The process is important too! Since so many of our tweens rock long locks like their mamas, we though it would be a good idea to share what to (and what not to do) when it comes to the hair washing and conditioning process.
Even as adults we don't always use the right amount of shampoo and conditioner right? I totally remember using conditioner all over my hair when I was younger, which is a no no if you don't want oily roots, so we can't assume that kids automatically know how to properly wash and condition their hair.
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Show your tweens this short video on how to wash and condition their hair, featuring Fairy Tales Hair Care, and you'll arm them with hair care knowledge that they'll use the rest of their lives!
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