Adorable on shorter hair in the growing-out phase, chin-to-shoulder-length styles of all textures look lovely clipped behind the ear. She’ll especially love it if that clip has her initial, like Millie Bobby Brown’s M.
Classic Crown Braid
She’ll feel like a queen when she walks through the hallways wearing this timeless braided updo, especially if you throw in a few cute clips, as seen on Marsai Martin of Blackish.
High Wrapped Pony
There are so many fun elements to McKenna Grace’s perky hairstyle. In addition to how high it’s placed on her head, the wrapped based continues the smooth look of the slightly curled ponytail. Bangs swept in the opposite direction help keep the look balanced.
This classic style, seen here on Modern Family‘s Aubrey Anderson-Emmons, works on all different hair lengths and textures, and it’s as pretty as it is practical, keeping hair off the face so she can concentrate in class.
Mini Braided Rose Buns
Buns, braids and hair roses — take your child’s style to a new level by combining these three techniques for something extra special.
Topknot Braid Out
Got a curly girl in your family who can’t decide if she wants her hair up or down? Try this beautiful braid out style with a topknot — cool sunglasses are totally optional but highly recommended.
3/4 French Braid
Awesome short hair idea: Starting a French braid at the center of the front hairline, then working your way back. Stop midway through and secure with a small plastic band.
If your daughter has ultra-thick hair, this style will make her feel like Rapunzel. Add ribbons, flowers or little clips for more personality.
Full Ballerina Bun
A topknot is always a great option no matter your daughter’s hair texture, and teasing it gives the overall look more volume and glamour.
If your daughter likes to wear her hair in cornrows, try this chic protective style that connects each braid together in the center.
Fishtail Ponytail Combo
For a fun, flowy look that’s sure to turn heads (in a good way), try combining a fishtail braid with a wrapped ponytail.
Chinese Staircase Braids
Save these thinly-wound braids for a morning when you have extra time on your hands (or do it the night before) — but the effort you put in will hand you a seriously impressive result.
Messy Fishtail Braid
Long hair looks fantastic in a fishtail braid — gently pull out the sides for a tousled, beachy look.
To get this cute style from Rattles and Heels, part your daughter’s hair, then let her show off her personality with two adorable bows in her favorite colors and patterns.
Curly and Clipped
This is a hairstyle anyone can do in a pinch — your daughter can even try it herself! Simply part her hair to the side, pull back a small section at the front and secure it with a clip.
A simple style for medium to long hair: two small braids, one on each side, pulled toward the back and secured in the center. Wrap a thin piece of hair around the elastic band for an invisible hair tie.
If your daughter loves flowers, let her show off her favorite blossoms by wrapping her hair into an updo using a headband, then tucking pretty accents into the fold.
French Braided Pigtails
French braids are elegant and pigtails are oh-so-cute, so why not combine the two for a perfect school style that’s totally easy?
Heart-Accented Bubble Braid
If your daughter really wants something unique that no one else at school will think of, try a bubble braid with a heart right in the center. So clever!
Pulled Back With Headband
For a sweet style that’ll keep her hair in place all day, pull it back and secure it with a hair tie, then fluff it up for some volume. Add a bright headband for a little POC.
A double ladder braid gives her hair a graceful look for a special occasion (think picture day or a birthday party). Floral accents placed over each elastic band add a playful touch.
Curly hair looks so pretty in pigtails — and it’s super simple to do in a pinch before running out the door.
How cute is this look? A modern take on a typical topknot, this adorable hair bow works for just about any special occasion.
Even the super little ones can have fun with their hair. This 13-month-old got her (surprisingly thick!) tresses braided down the center on Hair With A Twist — and the results are so adorable.
Crown braids aren’t just for adults — this style works great on kids too! Braiding across the front of the hair and around the back keeps strands in place all day long. A rose clip on one side gives it a sophisticated touch.
If she likes to wear her hair down but wants to keep those pesky bangs out of her face, try braiding her part down the center and securing it in a tiny ponytail or bun toward the back.