Simply-One-Sided

 

Sometimes what you need is something so very simple and easy to accomplish.  Amidst all the hustle and bustle of life, accompanied with limited time, having to juggle the styling of your child’s hair can be added stress.

With a total of 10 cornrows, this simple cornrow directed to one side of the head is exactly what is needed to fit into your busy schedule yet grace your child’s head with beauty.

The most time consuming part to this style is the parting/sectioning, which I recommend to do first, band and get out the way, then all that’s left is to cornrow and ‘VOILA’.. your head is complete…SIMPLE’S!!

As with all my hairstyles, it is there for you to copy or adapt to suit your child’s face and hair type.  I braided the side together to keep it all neat, but you can play with this, depending on length or hair type, but you could also leave the ends out, or wrap extra hair around it to give it added suave…’hehe’.

the plan here for all busy mothers is that, I do the thinking so you don’t have to.

Now you can fit your child’s hair into your busy day.  Go on and give it a go, see how simple it is.

Be-Inspired.

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Sweeping Cornrow

 

A very simple cornrow style with beading attached to the ends.  To the side really suits my daughters face.

TIP:  Always do styles that work on their FACE.  When it suits them, it makes the style look more appealing and attractive.

So if its not bunched or an updo or something like that, its gonna be to the side..(lol), and as mentioned before, the cornrow style has been finished with twists.

This style can be replicated easily, made smaller or larger or even to the opposite side and will work on hair type, head shape and most face shapes.

Style instructions: Single twists at the very back to the side, with the cornrows braided on top.  parting makes all the difference to the neatness of the hair.  A good comb with clean ends will be able to accomplish this.

Hope your inspired

A touch of class updo

 

This hairstyle was based purely on inspiration.  A huge thumbs up to it’s creator.

It’s such a beautiful hairstyle which ended up being done for a special occasion.  The simple mirror reflection of both front and back makes this hairstyle very classy for any special occasion.

Once again the ends of my daughters hair has been finished with twists to give it a fuller look.

This hairstyle, I believe can be done on any face or head shape and will suit all hair types.  There may need to be some length to the hair in order to get the fluid grip of the hair at the top, however I believe it could be adapted to work on even the shorter types of hair lengths with extremely long hair needing to be wrapped in a bun to still permit that neat look at the top.

Quite a few variations of this style could be created from this look, and maybe some time in the future (when I begin to run out of hairstyle ideas..lol!) I will do a variation of this hairstyle to give ideas to those who may want it.

Overall, I love this hairstyle.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Double cornrow side sweep bunches

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.