Going out, need it quick, no time for cornrows or braids, but you want it unique and with some class. Well here’s a style for you.
With a cascade of large twists falling to the side of the hair like a waterfall, its no wonder how it got its name.
Whether it lasts for more than a day depends on hair texture, thickness and length, and how well the child can keep it during the nights with a head wrap on. My daughter is very responsible so she makes sure her head wrap stays on during the night. Don’t ask me how, she’s not the greatest sleeper…hahaha!
Doing this style is as simple as 1, 2, 3, 4. Once you have decided you know which side of the head you want the style to fall;
- part the hair initially with the tail of the comb to get the outline, then using the other-side of the comb, neaten your partitions. The neater the better it will look, then loosely band each bunch.
- Using a strong hair band, properly secure it to the base of each bunch.
- Do large twists on the end of each bunch.
- Pin into place…..and…….
Tadaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!! hairstyle complete, so simple. I do not use any gel or sprays, just head wraps, but you’re more than welcome to and it may even help keep it in longer.
In all honesty, I banded the hair too tight and by the end of the day, my daughter was complaining and then took it out….lesson learned and a tip for you. Make sure when your banding, that its secure enough, but don’t make it too tight, otherwise your child may complain and take it out like mine did..lol! And it looked so good on her too, well! next time ey?
Enjoy your day out, i’m sure there’ll be smiles all around.
Laptop issue resolved now…whew!!!!
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.
When it comes to my daughter’s hair, I have realized that twists work best. You will see as time goes by that most if not all my hairstyles involve twists. My daughter has a full set of hair, however she has very fine strands, which make it very easy for her hair (especially her ends) to be damaged. If I braid her hair, especially to the tips, I find that it is difficult to undo and overall causes breakage.
Aside from the maintenance of her hair, I find I just like the overall look that twists give to hairstyles.
Depending on the density of the hair, you may find it more appropriate to finish the look of this style with braids. Some children have not only very full hair, but also very thick individual strands. It may not be a good idea to keep the hairstyle as twists, because it may give an overall poofy look to their hair.
However for those who find their kids hair to be fine or be similar to my daughters woolly type hair, it may be an idea for you to keep the twisted look. Especially for those who have fine hair as well as fine strands, the twists will allow the style to look nice and full.
I hope this helps those who wish to use this style as an inspiration on their children’s hair.