How to Remove Lint From Your AfroKid’s Natural Hair

(Last Updated On: October 19, 2014)
Kids will always be kids. As much as we try to put a satin bonnet or scarf on their head prior to going to bed, the truth is, most kids are not as conservative as many adults when it comes to sleeping. This means that chances of them waking up with lint and other unwanted particles in their hair in the morning is very high. Kids hair can also accumulate lint from their hats and other head gears which comes in contact with their hair on a daily basis. So, what do you do when your child wakes up in the morning with lint all over her hair? Do you take down the entire style and re-do the style?
In today’s post, we will show you  how to effectively remove lint from your daughter’s natural hair.
How do you remove lint from your child’s natural hair?

About Sola

Sola is the mother of two natural hair girls, known to all, as “Big Sis” and “Lil Sis”. She is a blogger and advocate for helping parents with caring for their children’s hair and also their own hair. Sola is passionate about helping other people discover what being natural is, hence why her blog and YouTube channel is known as “DiscoveringNatural”. She enjoys spending time with her family and sharing life experiences with her friends, family and YouTube friends on her vlog channel, “DNVlogsLife”. Sola’s natural hair journey started with one year of transitioning. She had already transitioned her older daughter the year prior and was fully equip with doing so herself. The information she gathered during this time was valuable in educating others following the same path to returning to being natural. As of November 2013, Sola has been two years natural, however, the amount of knowledge she has learnt from this journey has been enormous. Her goal is to help others have a successful natural hair journey, and also teach parents how to manage their children’s natural hair.