I was wondering if anyone could help me. My ds is 3/4 hispanic and 1/4 Italian. His hair is stick straight just like mine. It sticks up like he has static electricity in his hair. Mine did the same thing when I was a baby. Everyone always laughs at him and some it is cute but they still laugh and it is really starting to hurt my feelings. I know once it gets longer it will lay flat. He had on a hat one day and once I took the hat off it layed flat all day. Is there some type of baby mouse or hair stuff I can get that will help with this? I put some of my dd's hair detangler/tamer in it and it helped a little but not a lot. You would think people would get used to his hair being this way and not comment on it but geeze every time they see him they make comments on his hair. I wish they would just quit!
Thanks a million,
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03-02-2005, 08:13 AM #1babypinkRegistered Userhas no status.
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03-02-2005, 08:19 AM #2PebblesRegistered Userhas no status.
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although the hair type is diffirent, I had the same problem with DD H's hair. It stuck up in every direction till it got some length on it which has only happened in the last 3 months.
I started useing the same Freeze eaze syrum by John Frieda that I use on my hair on hers after I washed it and it helped keep it from getting really staticky and sticking up. Even though her hair isn't Frizzy it still worked. you can buy samples of it at walmart so you aren't commiting to an entire bottle. Good luck hope you find something that works, I know how it feels when people pick out one thing on your baby and laugh at it all the time, whether or not they mean to hurt you or not, they do"Where your pleasure is, there is your treasure; Where your treasure, there your heart; where your heart, there your happiness" Augustine
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