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      21 Stylish Curly Hairstyles For Girls

      There’s no better place to bond with your child than in a chair doing their hair. Like adults, kids love trying out fun and fabulous new ‘dos, and you’ll love the ample time the two of you can spend talking and connecting. And for your curly-haired cutie, the hairstyle possibilities are endless! From braids to buns and everything in-between, there are so many adorable curly styles for your little one to rock. Here’s a list of 21 stylish curly hairstyles that have major curl-power.

      1. Gathered bun with bow

      Keep it simple and understated with a classic low bun. Gather hair at the base of the neck and secure with an elastic, then loop hair back up through the elastic to create the bun. Use an embellished hair tie, or clip in a bow directly above the elastic.

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      1. 3-section high pony with bow

      Begin this look by parting hair into three distinct sections with a comb. Then, with small elastics, secure three high ponies at the top of each section of hair. Clip in a bow at the top of the head for a finishing touch!

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      1. Half-up, half down

      For this classic look, gather two small sections of hair on either side of the head and create a partial ponytail just above the ears. Secure with an elastic, scrunchy, or bow!

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      1. Low crown braid

      This look will help your little one feel elegant, especially if you’re dressing up for a special occasion! First, create two thin braids on either side of the head. Loop each braid around the back of the head and towards the other side, so they meet in the middle. Use ample bobby pins to secure the braids in place, and you’ll have a braided crown fit for a princess.

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      1. Asymmetrical high buns

      For this adorable look, begin by parting hair into two distinct sections with a comb. Gather the hair from one section high onto the top of the head, and loop through a small elastic to create a high bun. Repeat on the other side, and voila!

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      1. Asymmetrical braid with bow

      This lovely look is a fun variation on a french braid. Begin a small braid on one side of the head, and gradually gather more strands into the braid as you make your way diagonally across the head. Finish the braid about half-way down the head, and secure with an elastic or bow.

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      1. Criss-cross high pigtails

      This fabulous style is simpler than it appears! To begin, part hair into several distinct sections with a comb. Gather the hair from each section into a small, tight ponytail with a small elastic. Then, “criss-cross” these smaller ponytails by securing them to the section across from them with another small elastic. Lastly, create two high ponytails with the final two sections of hair.To help keep hair smooth and untangled while styling, try SoCozy Curl Spray. Generously spray this leave-in conditioner before styling to keep hair soft and moisturized.

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      1. Sectioned low pigtails

      Begin this beautiful style by parting hair into six distinct sections with a comb. Gather the hair from the top four sections into small, tight ponytails with a small elastic. Then, connect the small ponytails together with another small elastic --- beginning with the top of the head and working your way down. Finish off with two small pigtails at the base of the head.

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      1. Low pigtails with bow

      This fast and easy style will make busy mornings a breeze! Simply part hair in two sections and secure each section with an elastic or bow at the base of the head.

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      1. High pigtail buns with bows

      Begin this adorable look by parting hair into two sections. Gather each section into a high ponytail, then loop the ponytail through an elastic to create a high bun. Then, clip in a bow at the top of each bun. For some extra french-braided flair, french braid two small sections of hair at the top of the head, then gather the braids into the high buns.

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      1. Partial pigtail buns with bows

      To get this stunning style, create two small high ponytails at the front of the head, and loop through an elastic to create high partial pigtail buns. Clip a bow onto the front of each small bun for an adorable accessory!

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      1. French braided pigtails

      It’s a pigtail party! For this classic look, part hair into two sections and french-braid by continuing to gather strands of hair as you braid your way down the head. Secure with elastics. To help make the braiding process tear and tug-free, generously spray SoCozy Curl Spray onto hair before braiding. This will detangle and soften the curls, making braiding a breeze!

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      1. Low braided pigtail buns

      Your curly kid will love these pretty plaits. Make two french braids, and secure each with an elastic at the base of the head. With the remaining hair, take another elastic and loop the hair through to create two small low buns. Finish off the look with a couple beautiful bows! 

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      1. Pinned chignon

      To get this elegant look, begin by twisting hair into a low ponytail. Flip the twisted ponytail upwards, and use a large pin or several bobby pins to secure.

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      1. Low braided ponytail

      This look is simple and sweet! French braid hair and secure at the base of the head with an elastic, then let the remaining hair flow into a low ponytail. Clip in a bow or a barrette at the base of the ponytail for a lovely little detail.

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      1. Low ponytail with bow

      For days when the clock triumphs over curls, this hairstyle couldn’t be easier! Simply gather hair into a low ponytail, and secure with an embellished hair tie or bow.

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      1. Low ponytail with barrettes 

      This look is a fun take on the basic ponytail. Make a simple ponytail, and adorn with clips, barrettes and bows! From toe to head, you can never be too accessorized.

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      1. Unique barrettes 

      Accentuate your curls with fun and festive barrettes! Take a small section of hair at the front of the face and clip it back with a cool and unique barrette of your choosing. A quick tip to add extra volume and definition to your kid’s curly style: use a mousse! SoCozy Volumizing Foam is great for adding support and shine --- spray generously onto damp hair, and watch the curls spring to life!

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      1. Mid-level pigtail buns

      To get these phenomenal pigtails, start by creating two low pigtails in the middle of the head. Flip the small ponytails up into a bun, and secure with an elastic. Add a clip or barrette to the center of each bun for some shiny style!

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      1. Keep it down

      Give your kid the opportunity to let their hair flow, and let their curls shine! For healthy, bouncy, and happy curls, you can’t go wrong with a great curly conditioner and shampoo. SoCozy's Ultra Hydrating Curl Conditioner contains natural, great-smelling ingredients that will leave your kid’s hair hydrated and ready to take on the day.

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      1. High bun

      Keep it simple with a classic high bun! Gather hair high onto the top of the head and secure with an elastic. Clip a bow to the front of the bun for some more fun! 

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      Where curls abound, so does creativity, and there are so many ways to fabulously frame your little one’s face. A great curly hairstyle begins with great hair care, so set your daughter up for success with gentle, great-smelling hair care products like SoCozy Curl Shampoo and Conditioner. These products are especially designed to care for curls with natural ingredients that moisturize and nourish --- because healthy hair is happy hair. No matter what your daughter’s hairstyle is, the real ‘mira-curl’ will be her newfound curly confidence.

      How to Style Your Little Boy’s Hair Like a Pro

      At what age did your kid start asking to dress themselves? For many parents, that special moment comes earlier than you might think — and supporting your child as they develop their own sense of style is essential! If you have a son, you know that how their hair is styled is just as important to their self-expression as the shoes they wear and the superhero backpack they carry on the bus! Hair styling is an incredible opportunity for creativity and individuality. Encourage your son to embrace their magnificent mane, and you’ll be right beside them helping them to look their best from the classroom to the playground. Here are some tips and tricks on how to style your little boy’s hair like a pro. 

      For Boys With Curly Hair

      Curly hair is the ultimate feature, and each head of curly hair is beautifully unique and expressive! Encourage your son to embrace his hair’s natural texture, and help him keep his hair moisturized and de-tangled through a few easy steps.

      The best way to preserve incredible curls is to develop a consistent washing and conditioning routine. Curly hair does not need to be washed every day! In fact, you should only wash curly hair every three to four days to allow a healthy build-up of natural oils. Here are a few steps to help you wash and style short and curly hair.

      Step 1: Shampoo

      Begin your hair care with a hydrating curly hair shampoo. SoCozy Curl Shampoo Ultra Hydrating Cleanser is a great, gentle option that cleans while maintaining moisture. Gently massage into hair and create a lather, then rinse. 

      Step 2: Condition

      Apply conditioner to freshly shampooed hair. Distribute evenly and gently finger-comb the conditioner into hair. SoCozy Ultra Hydrating Curl Conditioner  is the perfect conditioning product for soft and shiny curls. It uses natural ingredients like mango seed butter and papaya extract for its ultra-hydrating formula. 

      Step 3: Comb

      To de-tangle, use a wide-toothed comb or your fingers and gently comb through the conditioned hair, starting at the bottom and working your way up to the top of the head. Remember to never brush your curly kid’s hair — finger-combing or a wide-toothed comb is the way to go!

      Step 4: Rinse 

      Gently rinse out the conditioner. For extra hydration, do a quick rinse and leave in a small amount of the conditioner to lock in lasting moisture. 

      Step 5: Dry and style

      Wring dripping water out of the hair and gently blot away excess water with a towel. Part the hair and apply a dime-size amount of styling cream or mousse (SoCozy Curl Volumizing Foam is a great option). Then, gently scrunch the hair from tip to roots.  Let air dry.

      For Boys With Straight Hair

      Straight hair isn’t always straight-forward. Too often, a lack of good hair care can leave your son in tangles and tears. Regular washing and combing is essential to well-kept locks. Whether your son prefers an air-dried look or likes to be slicked-back in style, here’s how to help get great straight hair from bath time to play time. 

      Step 1: Shampoo and condition

      Boys can get themselves into all sorts of messes during the day — help to wash away the grime with a gentle shampoo and conditioner. If your kid is resistant to bath time, SoCozy's 3-in-1 is the perfect kid friendly product. It’s a body wash, shampoo, and conditioner all in one! Blink twice and the washing is done, streamlined in one great-smelling product. Plus, its natural formula features plant extracts for a silky shine.

      Step 2: Dry and de-tangle

      For low-maintenance kiddos, it might be enough to simply lather, rinse, and air-dry. However, tangled hair requires a little extra TLC. So Cozy’s Detangler & Leave-in Conditioner effortlessly de-tangles, and infuses hair with much-needed moisture. Spray generously over damp hair, then work in with a wide-toothed comb from the bottom of the hair up towards the roots. 

      Step 3: Style

      A bad hair day might be the result of your son, quite literally, waking up on the wrong side of the bed!  So Cozy’s Detangler & Leave-in Conditioner also works great on dry hair — mist over dry hair to help calm frizz and maintain a lasting shine. For a slicked-back look, apply the leave-in conditioner and comb starting at the top of the forehead towards the back of the head. 

      For Boys With Long Hair

      For boys with long hair, the possibilities are lengthy. Encourage your long-haired little one to express themselves and let their personality shine through their hairstyles — from “boy buns” to braids!

      For the times when they choose to keep their hair down and flowing, here’s a great styling technique to give their hair volume, moisture, and shine: use a mousse! SoCozy’s Sensitive Hair Styling Foam is a lightweight mousse that adds softness and bounce. This product is great for sensitive scalps, as it contains natural ingredients and won’t cause build-up or dryness. Apply evenly through damp hair, then slick back for a cool style, or scrunch up for flowing volume!

      With these fast and easy hair routines, your little boy will soon view hair styling as a fun and exciting part of their morning. Your son can be stylish from toe to head, with salon-quality hair that’s as awesome and unique as they are. 

      What Is The Best Shampoo and Conditioner for Kids?

      You’re raising your kid to have a good head on their shoulders — make sure they also maintain a great head of hair! Keeping your kid’s hair clean isn’t always easy, especially when playtime and bedtime could amount to tangles, dirt, and dandruff. Finding the right hair care routine is so important for keeping your kiddo’s hair happy and healthy. A great shampoo and conditioner is the perfect place to start! Here’s everything you need to know to find the best shampoo and conditioner for your kid.

      When it comes to children’s hair care, fun shampoo scents and colorful conditioner bottles abound. However, toxic chemicals and faulty hair formulas can be just as common. Make sure your kid’s hair care is safe, natural, and effective. Here are a few key qualities to look out for when choosing your kid’s shampoo and conditioner. 

      Cleansing and moisturizing

      It goes without saying that shampoo should be cleansing, but the cleaning agents in many kid’s shampoos are too harsh. This strips away the hair’s natural oils, and can lead to a dry scalp, dull hair, and dandruff. It’s important to make sure that your shampoo is also hydrating, so look for shampoos that feature a high-moisture formula. Similarly, you should look for a clean and natural conditioner that will moisturize without adding grease or build-up.

      No harsh chemicals or toxins

      Many kids’ shampoos and conditioners feature the same harmful chemicals as adult hair products —  including parabens, sulfates, and even formaldehyde. Colorful kid’s products may also feature harmful dyes and synthetic colors. Be sure to take a close look at the ingredients in your kid’s products, and look for paraben and sulfate-free products. 

      Natural ingredients

      Natural, plant-based ingredients are always the best and safest option for your kid’s hair care. Many natural ingredients feature wonderful benefits — for example, kiwi extract features hair-strengthening zinc, and mango seed butter is great for hydrating and conditioning. 

      SoCozy has an incredible line of safe and natural hair care. The great-smelling, salon-quality formula makes finding an awesome shampoo and conditioner easy. From curly hair to 3-in-1 products to lice prevention, SoCozy has the perfect shampoo and conditioner combo to help hair shine and grow. Here are a few of our favorite SoCozy shampoos and conditioners.

      Wash and Shampoo 

      SoCozy’s combination Wash and Shampoo is cleansing and hydrating, without the nasty chemicals. It’s formula features kiwi extract as well as Keratin and Vitamin B5 for smoothness and shine. Plus, the formula is paraben and sulfate-free, with no synthetic colors or dyes. The tall pump dispenser is a major bonus, making wash time mess-free!

      3 in 1 Shampoo + Conditioner + Body Wash 

      If you have a wiggly kid, you know that bathtime can often be a battle. SoCozy’s 3 in 1 Shampoo + Conditioner + Body Wash consolidates a plethora of products into one easy step. This formula gently cleans away grime while adding moisture and hydration. Lather all over the hair and body to make bath time a breeze.

      Curl Shampoo Ultra Hydrating Cleanser 

      Curly haired cuties will love SoCozy’s wonderful curl products. The SoCozy Curl Shampoo Ultra Hydrating Cleanser is free of harsh chemicals, and delivers intense hydration and moisture. This shampoo features yummy natural ingredients that are great for curly hair. Watermelon seed oil gives hair a natural shine, and plum seed oil repairs breakage and promotes elasticity.

      Ultra Hydrating Curl Conditioner 

      SoCozy’s Ultra Hydrating Curl Conditioner detangles and conditions, without weighing hair down. The chemical-free formula includes mango seed butter and papaya extract for soft and bouncy hair. The conditioner also includes hydrolyzed rice protein, which works to repair and protect the hair shaft.

      Boo! Lice Scaring Shampoo for Kids 

      Did you know that lice prevention can become an every day part of your kid’s hygiene routine? Don’t leave those pesky lice up to chance --- a lice-repellent shampoo can help to scare them away! SoCozy’s Boo! Lice Scaring Shampoo for Kids has the same trusted SoCozy formula free of harsh chemicals --- plus lice-preventing natural ingredients. Tea tree and peppermint essential oils repel lice, and make for a great-smelling shampoo. Additionally, rosemary extract helps to soothe the scalp and keratin helps to keep hair soft and smooth.

      Swim 3-in-1 Shampoo, Conditioner, Wash 

      For your little swimmer, you need a shampoo and conditioner that will protect and repair against chlorine. SoCozy’s Swim 3-in-1 Shampoo, Conditioner, Wash is a convenient all-encompassing product that features activated charcoal, a compound that naturally removes chlorine and green tones from the hair. The formula also includes jojoba oil for strengthening and protection, and coffee seed extract for softness. 

      Styling Products

      There’s no doubt that shampoo and conditioner are essential — but sometimes dry, dull, or tangled hair can call for a little extra backup. If your kid’s hair still needs a boost after shampoo and conditioner, here are a couple of our favorite detangling and conditioning products.

      Detangler & Leave-in Conditioner  

      SoCozy’s combination Detangler & Leave-in Conditioner is the perfect product to keep hair soft and tangle-free. Spray generously over damp hair, or mist over dry hair to calm frizz and flyaways. In addition to detangling, the kiwi extract and soy protein in this formula will leave hair hydrated and conditioned.

      Sensitive Hair Styling Foam 

      Perfect for short hair, SoCozy’s Sensitive Hair Styling Foam helps add volume, definition, and bounce. This foam features rosemary extract for shine, and the formula is gentle enough for even the most sensitive of scalps. The convenient pump design makes this an easy and mess-free styling opportunity for stylish youngsters!

      A great shampoo and conditioner is the foundation of strong and healthy hair. Safe, natural, and high-quality hair products help to set your kid up for a good hair day, every day! SoCozy shampoos and conditioners are salon-quality, toxin-free, and full of natural ingredients for beautiful hair. With the help of SoCozy, you can show your kid you care with hair care that’s simple, effective, and fun!

      How Does Lice Shampoo & Spray Work

      As a parent, there’s nothing better than watching your kid make new friends...until your little one picks up head lice on the playground. Then it’s all hands on deck to get rid of those pesky little buggers.  Head lice can be very tricky to avoid, especially among children and toddlers. While the best lice prevention method is to avoid head-to-head contact, this is not always possible with active kids on the move. If your child does pick up lice at school or the playground, there are many over-the-counter treatment shampoos that can help to eradicate the pests. While these treatments can be effective, many of them contain strong chemicals. Fortunately, there are safe and natural lice prevention sprays and shampoos that can help to keep lice away entirely. Many plant-based ingredients serve as lice-repellents, providing a form of chemical-free lice prevention.

       

      How do lice sprays and shampoos work?

      First, it’s important to distinguish between lice prevention products and lice treatment products. Lice ‘scaring’ shampoos and sprays do not get rid of existing lice but are designed to prevent lice, using natural lice repellents such as peppermint and tea tree oil. Most of these products are non-toxic, and can be purchased anywhere.  Lice treatment shampoos, on the other hand, use pediculicides (lice-killing medicine) to treat existing lice. These treatments can be over-the-counter or prescription shampoos, such as Nix, that use active ingredients like permethrin to kill the lice. If you or your child develops lice, it’s best to speak with your doctor to find the best treatment plan for your family. We get a lot of questions from curious parents about the best ways to keep lice away. Here is some of our go-to advice on what to do if head lice creep their way into your home.

      Frequently Asked Questions:

      Can you use lice shampoo two days in a row?

      Any over the counter or prescription lice shampoo should be used as directed, and most lice shampoos that contain active ingredients advise against multiple uses. Lice medicine can sometimes take multiple days to take effect, so it’s best to consult your healthcare provider before reusing the treatment.  However, many lice-preventing products, like So Cozy’s Boo! Lice Scaring Shampoo, are made to be used as your any-day-of-the-week go-to shampoo.  So Cozy’s Lice Scaring shampoo is a natural product that cleans and cares for hair while also preventing lice, making it safe and effective for daily use.

       

      Does lice shampoo kill lice and eggs?

      The active ingredients present in the lice treatment determine how effectively the shampoo can kill lice and eggs. In order to kill the lice, the lice shampoo must contain pediculicides. However, not all lice-killing medicines kill pre-hatched lice eggs (known as nits). To kill both lice and nits, the lice shampoo must also be strongly ovicidal, meaning it kills louse eggs.

       

      Will lice shampoo kill fleas?

      While lice and fleas do have some similarities, lice shampoo is not guaranteed to be an effective flea treatment. Flea shampoo is recommended for the best treatment of fleas in hair.

       

      Does lice shampoo fade hair color?

      Like with all shampoos, hair color is likely to fade upon washing if your hair has been dyed recently. However, most lice shampoos are unlikely to fade hair color because they are meant to be used only once.

       

      Can lice shampoo cause dandruff?

      There is no studied correlation between lice shampoo and dandruff. However, it is possible that a lice shampoo with active ingredients could cause scalp irritation or dryness that may lead to dandruff. This can be remedied with a dandruff shampoo.

       

      Can toddlers use lice shampoo?

      Some over-the-counter lice shampoos are approved for children as young as two months old. However, some lice treatments, such as A-200, are only approved for children 2 years and older. With any lice treatment, it is important to take notice of age recommendations.

      When Good Shampoo Goes Bad


      Bad shampoo. More than just a great name for a sub-par 80s cover band, it’s something that can happen right in your bathroom. Depending on the ingredients, shampoos have a shelf life of roughly 12-18 months after being opened. The fewer the unpronounceable words, the shorter the life. Yes, that’s a good thing! (Our SoCozy Products have an 18-month shelf life.) Some shampoos come stamped with an expiration date, but that’s more of a suggestion than a hard rule. The easiest way to tell if your shampoo has gone bad is with a few quick tests:

      • Smell it. If it used to smell like lavender fields but now smells like old mushrooms or wet dog, it’s past its prime. Toss it.
      • Pour it. A runny, watery texture is another sign of expiration. The proteins that give it a rich texture are breaking down and while it isn’t dangerous to use, it isn’t effective. Toss it.
      • Lather it. If the smell and pour tests are borderline or inconclusive, add a little water and try to get a lather going in your hands. If it doesn’t bubble and foam as usual, it’s on the decline and should be replaced.

      If your shampoo is past its expiration date, but still passes these three tests, there’s no need to dump it. Just keep an eye on it. (Or a nose and hand on it, as the case may be.)

      To give your shampoo the longest shelf life possible, keep it away from direct sunlight or direct heat, and don’t open a new bottle until the old one is used up.