Not Staying Moisturized
If you find that the ends of your child's hair do not stay moisturized, it is possible that it needs to be trimmed.
Does Not Curl
When doing a twists, if you find that ends that normally curl, no longer curl, then it is possible, it is time for a trim.
If you gather hair together and the ends are frail and you can see through them.
If you experience split ends at the ends of the hair, it is better to trim them so as to prevent more damage to the rest of your hair strands.
Trimming on schedule can sometimes be beneficial. The reason being that it helps to minimize the worries of forgetting to trim the hair. It also help to minimize damage from split ends traveling down to the roots.
How to Trim
What other ways do you use in determining if it is time to trim your child's natural hair?