Everyone always asks me how to twist toddler hair. This prompted me to record a 2 strand twist hair tutorial for toddler boys. Of course I used my toddler, Landon “Stuff Curry” Lee, as my toddler model.
Ethnic hair can be a challenge especially when you have a toddler boy. Keeping a toddlers hair twisted is an easy option to keep a toddlers hair groomed for several days at a time. I think the easiest way most parents maintain a toddler boys hair is to cut it. I am holding off from cutting Landon’s hair for now. I want to appreciate his amazing beautiful healthy hair.
I feel that by twisting my toddlers hair I can keep it maintained and not during washing. My toddler fights me when I attempt to wash his hair in the bath and in the kitchen sink.
I am no expert in ethnic hair, not trained in hair styling or perfect in my ways of maintaining my toddlers ethnic hair. I am just a mom trying to keep his hair groomed, moisturized and hassle free. However I have older girls who used to keep their hair braided in cute patterns when they were little. I am currently using the As I Am new line of baby and children hair products called Born Curly. There are 7 products in this line and they are NSF certified organic products. Safe for babies and children.
Landon’s hair is very dense, average thickness, with small undefined curls. The denseness required a lot of whatever product I use in his hair. My end goals with his hair is for definition, frizz reduction and increased moister.
My 17 yr old son loves the Argan Curl Defining Jelly. He has more textured hair. His hair is dense, strands are thick but doesn’t have defined curls.
Ok, lets get to it. The 2 strand twist is a fast easy way for me to get Landon’s hair tamed for a few days. I don’t use much holding product so if his hair gets wet in the bath, they usually unravel. That is fine since I do not use this twisted hairstyle to keep is hair maintained for an extended period of time.
I recorded this 2 strand twist hair tutorial for toddlers and published it on our YouTube channel, The Stuffed Life. Check it out and don’t forget to subscribe.