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.
How about a beautiful crisscross basket style to grace the head of your child for the Easter holidays?
Hairstyles do not always have to be up to be fancy, and this style not only gives a slightly complex look, it also looks very sophisticated. Perfect for special occasions such as this and more.
Basket formed hairstyles are normally quite complex both to the eye and to achieve, so I decided to keep it in its simplest form. Beginning with the first partition of your sectioned hair, band the bass and divide into two, then twist each one. Now all you have to do is make sure you cross the rest of the hair over to the other side of each partition and band.
Continue this to the end of each section. I decided to to section the entire hair into two. If your child’s hair is thick you may want to have more sections. However if you want to keep it looking as is in the pictures, you may have to make sure you get a band thick enough to band the hair well at the base.
Finally, once you’ve banded the end of your last partition for each sections, divide hair into 3 or more parts, depending on volume of hair at this point and then twist each one. the whole aim is to now create the basket effect end with these remaining twists. This simply means, joining one twist from one section of the head to another twist from another section of the head and banding. Keep joining strands of twists from one section to the other and banding, making sure you are happy with how it is taking shape.
Get creative with it and keep going joining one twist to the other and band to the next. I directed the basket towards one side of her head, then when there was no more room left between the strands of twists, I did a large twist to complete the look and then beaded the very tip of the twist.
I’m sure this hairstyle will make your child look awesome for the Easter holidays. Try it and enjoy your handy work.
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So starting off again with another beautiful updo for a special occasion (church, wedding, party, christening etc), this gorgeous hairstyle was accomplished using a previous technique of a part’n’twist hairstyle (please re-visit for reminder), designed upwards.
The style was finished using a bow to the back of the head, because I absolutely love a bow in the hair. I might endevour to change it one day in the future cos change can be a good thing..haha! However, any hair accessory will work on these up-do’s (flower’s, ribbon’s, clips etc), and you can place them to the front, side or back as I have done. Alternatively, you do not have to add one at all, but you may find it gives a beautiful finish to the style.
The bun was tucked in just using my hands to roll the twists forward and using a hair grip to keep it in place, very simple.
Once again the fringe can be adapted to work with the shape of your child’s face. I decided to give my daughter a front facing single twisted fringe as she’s always wanted one (a little treat for her and she loved it).
This style turned out much better than I had anticipated and I’m so pleased with it, my daughter looked awesome in it, and I’m sure you will find your child will look awesome in the style too.
Happy New Year to everyone
I thought this simple, yet common hairstyle would be a nice way to begin the year.
It may look slightly complex, but believe me, its really quite a simple hairstyle to do.
This hairstyle can be done for any occasion, like school, casual and special occasions. It can be done on any head shape and with any hair texture. There does have to be some length to the hair in order to get the hair to cross from one side to the other, however making the partings smaller and thinner may be able to accommodate the shorter hair.
Those with longer hair can easily make the partings bigger without added pulling pressure to the scalp and the fringe can also be adapted to work on different shape faces, but overall its a good look for any little girl.
As my daughters hair gets longer, I’m sure I’ll be able to get a more perfect crisscross pattern coming towards the back of her head, otherwise its a great all rounder hairstyle and I love it on her.
I hope your year is as you wish it to be and I also hope that you have been inspired.
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