Check out how to: Protect your child’s Curls or Afro Hair this Winter
- Worried about your child’s hair just feeling DRY and FRIZZY?
- Are you losing clumps 0f hair every time you brush or comb his/her hair?
- Sick of using chemical laden products that do not hold the Moisture or Softness in their hair strands?
Sal Root2tip & Hairducation expert and Academy Founder giving advice on children’s hair at a show in London with her daughter Heavenberry holding a KCK product!Sal says:
I am extremely passionate about children’s hair. I have travelled all over Europe to help parents with their children’s hair problems- it’s more than just work for me it’s my purpose. Children are the future, A confident child who loves his/her hair can achieve anything! Our aim is to help you change your child’s hairstory… #changeahairstory
The gift of giving your child the best hair they can possibly have during childhood into adolescence is priceless!
3 steps to Winter Thermal protection for your little Angel!
1. Hydrate with Honey rain juice– Daily! 98% Natural!
This amazing spray not only detangles hair with ease, but gives thirsty hair the moisture it needs in a couple of sprays! The hair will change before your eyes! Use it now! Protect your child’s Curls or Afro Hair this Winter!
2. Layer up with some milk! Heaven's hair milk: 98% natural
Our hair milk is heavenly! Just a few drops of this luxurious rich but non-greasy creme enriched with Extra Virgin Olive Oil, will silken any hair texture, leaving it feeling soft and nourished. Great to use alone on baby hair too! Protect your child’s Curls or Afro Hair this Winter!
3. Apply the woolly hat of Twurly butter, 98% natural
Our twurly butter is unrivalled! Protect your child’s Curls or Afro Hair this Winter!
Apply this as the final step to your child’s hair in sections or over their twists, or to smooth the hair into a pony-tail or bunches of any number. It will eliminate frizz and wrap each strand with intense moisture from organic shea and aloe-vera extracts! It smells like Vanilla frosting!