Admittedly, I’m not the best at braiding, buns, and even wearing (or styling) bangs, but I’ve had many years and my own head to practice on. Imagine being a father, learning that he is expecting a girl, and then not having a female partner to use her hair expertise on your daughter. Phil Morgese found himself in this predicament when he gained full custody of his one-year-old daughter, who was already sporting a full head of hair.
It Began With A Braid
Morgese had to teach himself how to work with his daughter’s hair, and even more so after Disney’s Frozen inspired her to grow her hair even longer. Soon Morgese had friends asking him to teach them how to do their daughters’ hair, and not long after, Daddy-Daughter Hair Factory was born.
Seeing interest, and knowing that dads, single and married, could benefit from learning to take care of their daughters’ hair,