Simple Quickie But Cutie

Princess Crown w/ Butterfly Bows

I saw this on another blog a while back...I can't remember which one. In this picture we did 3 rows. I have also done it with 2 rows and think personally that it looks better with only two rows.


Criss Crossed Braids Into Low Ponies

Part hair from ear to ear then section off into 4 equal sections. Braid each section. Part hair in back and cross two braids to opposite side and secure into a low pony. Do the same on the other side with remaining hair! Finally add your finishing touch with ribbon or bows etc. These are actually buttons I bought at Walmart and strung an elastic through the button holes.

Mini Pullthru's To The Side

Simple & very quick when she wants to wear her hair down...

Mini Pullthru's Into Twisted Updo

I started by Sectioning the front off from ear to ear. I then sectioned this front section into 5 equal parts and finished each with a mini pull thru. Then make a twist at the end of each pull thru have your dd hold each end as you finish or you can secure it with an elastic. (BUT... if you secure each one with elastic, it would look better to take them all out after finishing your last twist and use one elastic to hold all your twists together...I didn't in this picture because we are always in a rush to get Kennedy off to school and didn't have the time to re-do anything. I think the little floof at the top would probably look better too).

Next secure it to the crown of her head with a couple bobby pins

Add a bow or hair accessory of your choice... I am not too fond of the clip we ended up using to finish this off, I said before we were hurrying to get her to school.
And finish the look with a touch of curl on top...
I really want to try this one again soon and get a much cuter result!
Sorry for the messy do, but at least you can get the idea right? ;)


Criss Cross Twist Braids Into Messy Buns

First off let me apologize for the terrible pictures... Some days I can't get a clear picture to save my life.
I started by sectioning off the front and then parting it diagonally, then make two twists.

Secure your twists into a messy bun