How Quadriplegic Mom Curls Daughter's Hair

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Curated by
Whitney Bailey
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Meg Johnson
Curated by
Whitney Bailey

For mothers who have daughters, it’s always fun to have that one on one “girl time” where you can dress your daughter up and fix her hair in a cute hairstyle. 

Check out the video below to see how Meg Johnson (a quadriplegic with limited hand function) curls her daughter’s hair by using her pinky fingers.

Meg’s daughter wears a headband. Meg wraps her daughter’s hair around the headband by looping her hair around the headband using her pinky fingers with some grip function by her other hand. 

Meg’s daughter sleeps with her hair wrapped in the headband and the next morning she wakes up with curly hair!

Be sure to share this technique with a fellow mom!

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