How about a stylish mo’ up-do? Parted into three, with a brick layered effect on the sides and front, each bunch has been finished with twists and connected with the next bunch, to create a beautiful style.
It may look complex, but once again, this is really simple to accomplish. When you need a style that works for special occasions, this hairstyle is great (which was the case in this situation). However if you want that something fancy for a casual look instead, its more than doable. The bows are for added effect, but you can surely do without it, or you can add your own accessories.
This style can be done on any head shape, with any hair type, but once again, there needs to be some length to the hair, if it is to look the same as this style. It surely can be adapted for the shorter hair, and the front can also be adapted to suit different shaped faces.
I love this hairstyle and do it often on my daughters hair. I hope that you enjoy the look on your child’s hair as much as I do mine.