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Kiddy Weave-on: Why?

They're everywhere, esp during the holidays. Little girls wearing adult weave-on. Most times the result is painful to look at, and you can be sure the process of attaching it was unbearably painful too. Why do we make our little girls wear them? What happened to pigtails and ribbons in puffpuff hair, and afro with funky hair clips?

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Seriously, the mother of the baby in the pic should be arrested. What was she thinking wearing her baby, weaves that is longer than the baby's full height? Lace wig? I cant even imagine this in real life!

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I think you mean to say Ignorance. Only that can make educated people do that to children. My little niece live with me once and people were wondering why I did not perm her hair or fix weave on on her head too.

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~Against my Better Judgement,i'd like to think that pic was taken with the intent of good humour albeit just wrong if they really glued the lace on the child's forehead. . .it is Lace Wig right?

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^^^^ Literacy is not just going to school and getting B.sc you know. A lot of people don't know better. They'd rather fix a trailer load of weaves on their children's hair than let a little girl's hair breathe.

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too true - some 7 year old was at my sons bday with permed hair, makeup, spagetti straps

illiteracy is prolly not the word you're looking for - more like the parents have a er raz background and don't have a sense of what proper

like 2 day when i was in a lcal supermarke and some dude and his wife came in - the guy was wearing shorts that might as well have been boxers - ditto for this cick in my close i sometimes give lifts to work - she was wearing wetin them call them calf lenght thong sandals to work among other things. madam and i used to laugh over it - and i'm sure he girl must have thought she was representing to the fullest

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i wish. i've seen it on kids of well-to-do, 'educated' parents. something to do with showing off? prettifying their kids? looking like mummy? i really can't get it.

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Its usually illiteracy. Don't blame the parents, they don't know better.

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abeg ignore them. if a full grown adult can be reduced to tears cos of perming, fixing, weaving and what not, i can't imagine what the pain must be doing to her small body. soon we'll see kids wearing fixed nails and eyelashes! nonsense!

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i see it the same way as people hurting animals, pointless

why try to sexualize a lil kid?

the process of relaxing hurts adults already, why magnify the pain by more than ten times to make the kid look 'cute'?

since when was the aesthetic beauty of kids measure by how straight their hair was or how trendy the hair style they have on is?

what ever happened to pig tails and pony tails with lots of hair accessories?

what happened to letting the hair be?

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Thank you oh!I am a mother of a 5 yr old girl and pple think I'm silly cos I don't perm my daughters hair.I think it makes kids look like old women who are trying too much.

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I sat beside a little girl who was having her hair done. Those wool braid thingies. She cried so much, i hurt. There was nothing they could do make her stop.

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