Monday, August 30, 2010


After trying to convince my husband to allow our daughter Jannah to receive her first "kiddie perm" at 3 years of age, I was devestated and even cried when his one and final answer was "NO WAY". At that time, I had no idea what I was doing with her hair. That was May 2010. Thinking back now, I was out of my mind thinking it ok to perm a 3 year olds hair. That just proved to me once again, that my dear husband is wiser than me! So, out of desperation I started researching online about how to care for biracial hair and this blog was created. I am still learning every day and decided to take you on this journey with me. I hope you enjoy!

1 comment:

  1. Hi There! Congrats on your blog. I found out about you on I am a biracial adult, however my whole life I was told by the world that I didn't have "good, biracial hair". It has taken me over 20 years to realize that my natural hair wasn't "bad" after all and that there is no such thing as "good, biracial hair"! My mum (who is white) took good care of my hair using the products and methods of the 80s and 90s and mainly kept it in braids. Sadly, against her will my hair was relaxed by a distant family member who happened to be a hair dresser and I just stopped relaxing my hair last summer.

    Happily your daughter escaped my fate. Happily mums today have the Internet to turn to to learn how to care for their children's hair, and I am sure that with this blog I am sure you will be an inspiration to many mums.

    BTW, check out if you haven't already. The site owner Teri LaFlesh has a wonderful method for tight curls, and her book Curly Like Me changed my life!!!! I have the top review of the book on Amazon if you are interested in reading my Hair Story. Congrats once again!


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