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Raising confident daughters in today’s Photoshop world is not always easy. They are taught to believe beauty is what they see in pictures. In reality, it goes much further than skin deep. Giving girls confidence allows their true beauty to shine through. Using SoCozy hair products from Target, we have been working on doing just that.
Confidence Exudes Beauty
My youngest three daughters are still in that very impressionable preteen age group. They observe everything they see and hear. Teaching them to look beyond what they perceive to be true can be challenging. Therefore, we start at home and tell them they can be anything they want to be. They are beautiful. They are strong. Girls need guidance and encouragement as they grow and develop. Often, it can be found in their every day routine.
Ability to Choose
It is no secret that as a gender, we typically like to be in control. Give your daughter choices. Allow her to pick her hairstyle or outfit for the day. Even the products she uses, from toothpaste to shampoo. My girls have discovered SoCozy Cinch 3 in 1 Shampoo + Conditioner + Body Wash and love it. Not only does it cleanse wonderfully, but it conditions hair leaving it silky smooth, shiny and manageable. Plus, the Mango fragrance is absolutely enticing and leaves them with a sweet-smelling head of hair! Confidence exudes their beauty.
As much as we like control, we also want to do ourselves. Especially in the curious age of 2 to 12. Fortunately, SoCozy’s salon formulas are specifically designed for the unique hair needs of kids. For instance, using the Cinch Detangler + Leave-In Conditioner , even our 5 year old daughter can brush her own hair. After all, SoCozy products are made to be “So Easy.” They aim to make hair-care that is: “simple, fun, multi-functional products that streamline tub time, as well as solutions targeting specific hair concerns to make styling a snap.”
One of the best ways we can understand the needs of our daughters is to simply listen. Leave the lines of communication open and make them feel comfortable talking to you. Once they know you are open to hearing their opinions, needs, etc, they will be more willing to continue to come to you in the future. Talk to her about what makes her feel beautiful, confident, strong. Then do your best to continue to show your daughter you are there for her. Remember, the teen years are still to come! You’re welcome. Ha!
It’s important to create a sense of worth in our children. They should know that no matter how stylish or hip they look, beauty is more than skin deep. Their character and way they choose to carry themselves speak volumes. Alas, we all celebrate those good hair days… and there’s nothing wrong with that!
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