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Two Sisters With 2 Different Textures

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It’s amazing how two girls can come from the same gene pool and end up with completely different hair types. Our five year-old has sparse, fine, tight coils. While our two year-old has thick, dense, loose curls. While being in charge of two beautiful tresses, plus my own, I’ve found these three tips help keep our hair routines simple and stress-free.

1. Same Products

While they have different textures and hair densities, I am still able to use the same products. Our eldest daughter uses more product because her strands are thirstier, while our youngest uses less.

2. Same Styles

For the most part, I do the same styles on both heads. It keeps me from having to be creative every time I do their hair. Plus, our youngest loves looking identical to her older sister.

3. Same Routines

I find keeping their wash days and daily grooming the same creates a predictable routine. This was especially helpful when our the girls were younger and did not like getting their hair done daily. Now they both know what to expect.

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Until next time...

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