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The PuffCuff – 2 Month Review For Kids

May 21, 2016

The PuffCuff Review for Kids

Tired of ponytail holder pulling at my daughters’ edges and the banana clip falling apart, I decided to research other alternatives that I can use to style my 3 daughters’ hair when their hair is not in a protective braiding style. After reading some initial reviews, I decided The PuffCuff Hair Clamp was exactly what I was looking for. So…I purchased the PuffCuff Jr (2 pcs.). The PuffCuff Jr worked really well for my 5-year-old daughter who has type 3C hair that is very thick and curly. However, when I tried to use this size with my twin 2-year-old daughters, the puff hold was too loose. This had nothing to do with the functionality of the hair clamp…it meant I needed another size as the twins hair is not as thick. Since I was pleased with my initial purchase, I made purchase #2 using the coupon the company provided in my first purchase and decided to go a step down to the PuffCuff Mini (3pcs). Also, I was able to find this chart below on their website that confirmed the size I needed for my twins. Boy oh boy, this chart was so helpful – great resource for buyers who need size confirmation. Based on this chart, I expected the PuffCuff Mini to fit just right…and it did!

Source: http://www.thepuffcuff.com

Source: http://www.thepuffcuff.com

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Kinks And Coils

Little Kinks & Coils – Wash Day Process

May 10, 2016

Little Kinks & Coils – Sunday = Wash Day!

Sunday is usually “hair day” for my girls.  Since I have 3 girls, this is usually an all-day process that I honestly dread.  It takes a lot (let’s say it again, a lot) of patience to fight it out with my 3 girls to wash, condition and style their hair.  With that being said, I try to keep it simple as possible but it’s still a struggle.

Growing up, my hair maintained a relaxer from the very beginning.  I don’t know what age my hair was relaxed but I was definitely young.  Over the last year or so, I have transitioned to no longer using relaxers and have vowed the same for my daughters’ hair as well.

We typically have the same Sunday morning hair routine and we rarely make changes to the process.  Confession time!!! I’m a hair junkie and love to randomly purchase hair products.  Therefore, products do change, but we rarely change the hair care process.  Here are the steps that work for me to care for children’s hair:

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