Does your child with special needs do all they can to avoid having their hair cut or brushed? Here are our top tips for hairdressing without the tears, as well as a chance for UK readers to win a magic Tangle Teezer and funky Popband.
|Let your child choose hair brushes, braids and bobbles|
Mia has always loved having her hair brushed, cut, twirled, plaited, twizzled and filled with as many hairslides and bobbles as she can muster. Her need for girliness has always outweighed my hairdressing skills by far. I still couldn't do a French Plait if my life depended on it!
Tears, Tantrums and Tiaras: Avoiding Hairdressing
Natty couldn't be more different. With her it's always been full on war to get a brush anywhere near her head. From washing to combing and cutting and every stage in between, we've been met with a full on tantrum or tears or running and hiding in a corner.