Bored with your little daughter's hairstyle ? Here are some cute ideas to get inspired from and easy steps to learn how-to realize them. Customize the looks to make them your own.
Don't make them too dolly. Aim to keep them modern by using a larger barrel iron. Take vertical sections (like bicycle spokes) and wind hair around tongs toward the center back. Pin them up, make a roller shape around 2 fingers and let them sit in place until they are cold. This will allow the curl to cook and form solidly.
Low maintenance curly hair
The best defrizzer is Iles Formula Finishing Serum. Place plenty of it on wet hair. Comb through for even distribution and allow curl to dry naturally. Don't disturb the curl until it's dry. Do not brush it either allow the curls to dry in their own form. The Iles Formula Serum will protect your child's hair from UV assault and help tame away frizzes without the hair feeling crunchy. Her hair will will be luscious, soft and feel like silk.
They are so cute and excellent to keep eyes clear of hair for school.
The ballerina bun
So easy to do and very trendy. Pull hair up as if doing a ponytail. Place an elastic around hair and on second turn don't pull the hair all the way through. Stop when you have the size of bun you want then wrap the ends around the elastic and securely pin in place.
The twin buns or the double bun hair
Best way is make 2 plaits, secure ends with invisible elastics. Wind the plaits around in circles like a macaron shape and secure well in place with a strong pin. Ribbons can also be added.
The french bob
With bangs or without, it is such a classic and easy maintenance hairstyle. The layered version of a bob is equally sweet, especially when the hair has some natural movement. What is really nice is the extra short fringe on following image.
The braided crown
It is a great idea to keep hair out of eyes especially when growing out bangs.
North West made cornrows trendy again this year. Cornrows or track braids lay against the scalp without any tension. It is one of the healthiest of all braiding styles. You can make cornrows by a process of braiding and picking up hair along a row. You can use your own hair or artificial hair extensions to design it. The hair to make cornrows should be approximately 5 cm for springy African hair and 7 to 8 cm for straight hair. However, you can manage with shorter hair if you use extensions.
Another sweet idea is to add a small braid here and there. It not only is practical especially when growing out bangs, but your child will feel special. Attach a pretty clip or add some ribbons. Such an easy thing to do and takes no time at all.
Iles Formula sulfate free + silicon free + paraben free shampoo is wonderful for children. No Knots, and no tears ! Excellent for cradle cap, and children who wake up with knotted tattered hair. This shampoo, especially if combined with Iles Formula Conditioner, will prevent any damage from happening and keep your child's hair soft and healthy.