Toddler girls need a becoming hairstyle just as grown-up women do. Quite a number of little girl’s hairstyles have become popular through the years that are still in style, leaving you plenty of room for experimentation. Choices are available for different types of hair. Decide on a hairstyle that both you and your little girl will love.
A classic hairstyle that does not go out of style, a bob cut is a short, even or layered cut, that reaches just below the earlobes. Most toddler girls have short hair, and this style will work for them. The bob cut works well with both thick and fine hair. Parents can thank this simplistic style because it is easy to manage. Brushing or combing is all you need to keep this hairstyle looking neat.
A bob cut with bangs helps keep the toddler girl’s face clear. However, you have to maintain the length of the bangs so that they stay above the eyebrows.
A one-length bob cut (without bangs) often causes visual distractions as the hair often lands on the child’s face. Using hair clips, hair bands and ribbon ties can keep the hair neatly in place.
A ponytail is one of the most common toddler girl’s hairstyles. You can use a ponytail on any length and thickness of hair. Place a ponytail on top or back of the head or both. Make two ponytails, one on each side of the head, for symmetry. You can even put several ponytails all over your toddler girl’s hair, especially if she has thick hair. Using several colorful rubber bands and putting different sections of the hair into ponytails can add creativity to this style. A ponytail helps prevent tangling. It also keeps your little girl’s hair from distracting her sight.
Rubber bands, small scarves, ribbons, pom-poms and barrettes are the usual accessories used to create ponytails. Add visual appeal by creating braids at the end of the ponytails.
French Braid Hairstyle
Creating a French braid hairstyle can be a challenge, especially if your little girl cannot keep still for a long time. This technique requires patience from both you and your child. The French braid hairstyle involves parting the hair in two sections, one on each side. Grab both sides of the hair and braid down the center.
Create corn rows or African braids using a French braid basic method applied to several, smaller sections of hair. Start from the crown and divide several small sections of hair into three even sections each. Create a tight braid on each section to create multiple rows of small braids. This style is suitable for thick or coarse hair types, such as African hair. Embellishing the braids with small clips and beads adds creative flair. Add more fun by weaving small colorful ribbons within the braids.
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