So! After an extremely busy few weeks, lets kick-off again with this well-known, well imitated and much loved bunches.
Incorporated with braids, cornrows, beading and styled slightly off-center to give a little complexity and some difference, this style is a playful, fun style to do, and perfect for school, or the occasional family gathering. And as usual, nothing is complete for me without my beloved twists, to which the bunches have been finished off. I believe giving a little elegance to the edge of fun.
You can keep the style exactly as presented here or you can adapt it to suite your child’s face shape, hair volume and length, by adding or removing the braids or some cornrows. Either way, you and your child will enjoy this hairstyle for sure
Go-on, Give it a try and bring some fun your child’s way.
Here is a hairstyle that will last at least 3 weeks for you, for all those mothers who prefer not to use extension in their children’s hair, but would like something to give you a break for a few weeks other than the average week or so, this is the one for you. With an average time of an hour (depending on how small you would like it) the cornrow singles is a quicker way of achieving the singles look without the long sit down that comes with singles.
Finished with twists and multi-coloured heart shaped beading, this hairstyle is extremely versatile and is perfect for school. Apart from the all down look, it can create some beautiful up-do’s as well. The half up, half down, bunched and mo-hawk look are but a few styles that this can do. This style can be done with a fringe as demonstrated in the pictures, or without a fringe.
TIP: – Always do the front in a way that will suit the face, which means be willing to adapt the style always.
Due to the styles versatility, I believe it will suit the majority if not all faces, will work on any head shape and will look good and full with any type of hair stranding. Even though it will work best when the hair has some length to it, I’m sure it can be adapted to work on the shorter hair. This will also encourage hair growth as it minimizes fiddling with hair and can be repeated as often as you would like.
The style does not have to be finished with a twisted look, you can continue the braided look to the tip of the hair, however those who know me by now know my love for the twisted finish as well as the most important fact that it works best on my daughters hair, as it aids minimal/no breakage.
Enjoy this hairstyle as much as I do and I believe your child will love it too.
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.
Thank you for taking the time to look at my blog. This is the first of what I hope to be many more hairstyles that will be posted.
If you are anything like myself, you appreciate beautiful hair. But i’m a lover of beauty in SIMPLE styles when it comes to children, and when I say simple, I mean, complex enough to look good, but simple enough to take out.
Most hairstyles I make up as I go along, however I find that there are so many hairstyles you can do before they start becoming repetitive or looking like other hairstyles..haha! so on a number of occasions I get inspiration from other hairstyles, which I then adapt to my daughter’s face, head shape and hair type.
Just as I am inspired to create hairstyles for my daughter, I hope to inspire you to create your own with the hairstyles that I post on this blog.
Hopefully you will be back to view more hairstyles that I post in the future.