Do you love to have your little girls looking feminine and cute during spring? Hairstyles really add to a person’s appearance. Go beyond the pony-tail and try these fun and easy hairstyles that will keep your daughter’s hair off her shoulders while looking absolutely adorable!
Fun and Easy Hairstyles for Girls
First, is the simple and colorful “Spring Do”. My nine-year-old daughter actually did this one — it’s that simple! Use coordinating, colorful rubber bands to put extra bursts of color in this hairdo and top it off with a big flower clip at the bottom. Check out Daisy Cottage Designs for some adorable, crocheted hair-clips.
For best results, thoroughly wet hair. Then, pull the hair into equal sections starting from the crown. Brush out any bumps after each small small pony-tail. Be sure to keep hair tightly pulled. Continue gathering hair and securing with a rubber band. Five or six bands in coordinating colors work best. Lastly, attach large bow at the bottom of the pony-tail.
Next, is a super-fun hairstyle for all American Girl Doll fans! We call this the “Kirsten Larson.” We love the doll and the girls wanted to look just like her. I use this hairstyle for dressier events as well. You can add rhinestone clips for a nice hairstyle for a wedding or special ceremony. It’s not as complicated as it looks!
For best results, thoroughly wet hair before styling. Separate hair into two parts, parting down the middle. Then, braid each side of hair and secure with rubber band. Next, tuck braid inside where the top of the braid starts. Secure with another rubber band. Then use ribbons, clips or barrettes for a perfect finish!
We affectionately call the next hairstyle, “piggy buns”. My girls have enjoyed this hairstyle since they were two years old. This works best for shoulder length or shorter hair. Long hair tends to make too big of a bun.
For best results, thoroughly wet hair before styling. Part hair down the middle in one perfect part. Then, take one side and make into a pig-tail. Secure with rubber band. Next, wrap the pigtail into a bun. Secure the bun with a rubber band or even two. Then add a fun scrunchie, barrette or clip. Repeat on the other side. Add a touch of hair-spray for longer hold.