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Between games, splashes and tantrums, it is often the parents themselves who end up with their hair standing when it comes time to untangle the strands of the little ones! So it's never to remember 4 precious tips to celebrate Children's Day with arranged hair and patience intact:
1 - Choose the most suitable type of brush for each type of infant hair: Brushes with soft bristles to the touch are the most suitable for delicate hair, especially those of the little ones. If your children already have longer hair, you can use brushes or combs with wider teeth or even your own fingers to untangle the strands more easily without causing broken pulls or strands.
2 - Comb your hair from medium/bottom to top: Combing hair from the root can be a very painful experience for children. Alternatively, start untangling the medium/low strands – once you combed this part of the hair, slide the brush from the root to the ends carefully to prevent breakage.
3 - Do not let the little ones go to sleep with wet hair: In addition to promoting the breaking of the wires and dandruff, this procedure increases the emergence of knots because of friction with the cushion. Therefore, if the wires are not fully dry before bedtime, remove the remaining moisture with the dryer.
4 - Choose products specifically designed for children: Like the skin, children's hair is also more delicate than adult hair. Thus, opt for products that respect the skin and scalp of children, as is the case of the Novex My Goldilocks line, tested dermatologically and indicated for the snails of the little ones.
Tip: The Novex Line My Goldilocks adds all the affection of the Shampoo in one hand, adds the softness of the Conditioner in the other, and gives a touch of definition, hydration and sparkling shine to your princess's snails with the Snail Activator and the Detangling Spray.