While taming your child’s tresses can be a challenge, many moms enjoy styling their daughter’s hair to create a polished look. Picking a look perfect for your princess can be difficult. To select a style suited to her personality and needs, you must consider an assortment of options and determine which choice would most appropriately grace the head of your cute little girl.
A ponytail provides a playful yet polished all-day do. Even the most inexperienced hairstylist can craft a simple ponytail effectively. After brushing your kiddo’s locks, gather them at the crown of her head, brushing from the edge of her hairline to the crown to smooth out the look. Secure the resulting collection of hair with a hair tie. To add some extra spice to this look, use a small-barreled curling iron and curl the pony tail, or divide the tail into three sections and do a simple braid. You can also make the look more aesthetically pleasing by adding a ribbon or other decorative hair accessory.
Simple Side Part
Tame your tot’s tresses with a simple side part. This hairdo gives your daughter a done-up look but requires little time to create. While your child is still rubbing the sleep out of her eyes, run a brush through her hair, remove the tangles created as she tossed and turned throughout the evening. Use a comb to create a crisp part to the left or right of center. Brush the hair down on both sides to finish off the look. If preparing for a special occasion, fix up the ends by curling them under or out with a large-barrel curling iron.
Oodles of Curls
While women of all ages can wear curls, adorable little girls wear them best. Create a style that looks like it took hours with little effort by crafting curls with sponge rollers. After washing your kiddo’s hair, section her locks and wrap them around sponge rollers. Let your daughter sleep in these soft curlers. In the morning, use a hairdryer to remove any excess water, then unroll the curlers. These easy-to-create springy curls will hang out on her head all day and give the impression that her mom is a skilled stylist who put effort into the do.
If your little princess would rather spent her time making mud pies than trying on mommy’s jewelry, she may be a good candidate for a clean and simple bob. Ask your hairstylist to trim your girl’s hairdo into a bouncy bob. This simple style will weather even the most rambunctious play and can give a styled and finished look to any attire. To style this hairdo daily, brush out her locks to remove any tangles. For special occasions on which you want her to look extra done-up, use a large-barrel curling iron to curl under the ends of the hairdo.
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