After he lost his wife, he started doing his daughter’s hair to bond with her; he now teaches other dads too

Philippe Morgese lost his wife when their daughter, Emma was only 1. After she died, he knew that he will have to do everything from dressing his baby girl up to cooking her meals. The one thing that he found that really helped creating a special bond with his daughter was doing Emma’s hair.

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After a few trials, Philippe mastered all the great hair-do’s for his daughter and also began teaching other dads on how to groom their little daughters’ hair and bond with them too.

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From hair clips to pigtails, to french braids, Philippe has learned all kinds of hair styles. After acquiring a free classroom space from the International Academy beauty school, Florida, Philippe started conducting his teaching classes that he likes to call, ‘the Daddy Daughter Hair Factory‘!

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“I love the time spent with her and she loves the cool hair, so it’s a win-win.”

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The classes are free of charge.

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“I didn’t want any cost to anybody — I didn’t want to stop anyone from learning.”dad teaches how to groom daughters hair

“The dads… learned basic brushing, ponytails, braids and buns” 

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“I’m so proud of these dads for stepping up and building a better bond with their daughters”

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This is really a superb idea. People who think men can’t handle stuff like grooming hair and doing the house dishes should just wake up and understand men performing such tasks int he family make them a stronger and warmer member of the family

We wish Emma and Philippe’s superb father-daughter bond becomes more strong and the two do not miss the absence of a mother in the family.