If you know me personally, then you know that I have many siblings. Which leads to having multiple hair textures needing different hair products.
(I know you’re wondering why is she telling me this but trust me I have a point).
My older sister called me the other day and she was trying to take advantage of this Shea Moisture sale. In her trip she wanted to buy hair products that would work for her entire household. My sister’s hair type is 2c/3a, however her children have different textures: her son’s 4b/4c, her daughter’s 3a/3b, and her other daughter 3b/3c.
If you have multiple kids or siblings things you definitely know her struggle.
She asked me what is the most economical way to shop for everyone. Then I thought about my family and how we all have different textures as well. So what do I do? I find common core purposes amongst our needs and cater to those instead of the types. What I realized is that the texture may vary but the need could possibly be the same.
So I first suggested her to grab a SheaMoisture Leave in Conditioner. The conditioner will be vital for 3bc and 4abc type of hair. Which is great since 75% of her home operates in that arena
Also pick up a SheaMoisture Gel Souffle. This item is vital because moisture is imminent given her home’s hair types. Also this product requires VERY little to define and soften. Anything that last a long time in a multi-family home is a great thing, especially when talking hair
Even though these two items help her children, what about her being a 2? So I suggested the Shea Moisture Curl and Style Milk. This will allow her to add definition without the weight. It can also help with those slightly curled areas in your daughter’s hair.
The last item I recommended was SheaMoisture Curl and Shine Shampoo. When your hair is a 2, it doesn’t require you to add a ton of moisture, due to it naturally supplying its own oil. However too much oil can make your hair appear dirty or even sticky. During the warmer seasons the pollen alone will stick to you like no other. This item is mainly for her but can be used across the board if needed. You can never go wrong with curly hair shampoo in a house full of curl heads.
So in conclusion what I want you to know is that buying products shouldn’t hurt. It can be as easy as you make it. Each picture above will take you to a purchasing point. So you can try with your child’s hair to figure out which one works best.
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