30 Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

30 Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Tis the wedding season, everyone would want to look the best. From themed weddings to matching dresses among siblings and family, you would want everything to be perfect. However, there is one aspect where we as adults turn a blind eye to, children. Yes, children are often left out from the wedding tradition because not many have a role for them to play.
Nevertheless, they too would want to look good at their aunt’s or uncle’s wedding. Wondering how to make wedding hair for little girls?

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Super Cute Little Girl Hairstyles for Wedding

Tis the wedding season, everyone would want to look the best. From themed weddings to matching dresses among siblings and family, you would want everything to be perfect. However, there is one aspect where we as adults turn a blind eye to, children. Yes, children are often left out from the wedding tradition because not many have a role for them to play.
Nevertheless, they too would want to look good at their aunt’s or uncle’s wedding. Wondering how to make wedding hair for little girls?
Don’t worry you are at the right place!

Top 12 Trendy Hairstyles For Kids

Top 12 Trendy Hairstyles For Kids

Cute and smart hairstyles for school going girls are a new trend these days. If your daughter has to attend a school function or if you wish to make to her sport a trendy hairstyle every day at school, then it can be really fun and pretty because there are different hairstyles that you can try.

All you have to keep in mind is that, since it is for school you cannot go overboard with style.

Here we have chosen the top thirteen school going girls long hairstyles which can be worn on a regular or occasional basis if you think it fits your daughter’s school decorum. Take a look.

1. Pretty Pinned Hair

Try out this pretty side parted pinned hair look for your daughter and see the flash of happiness on her face. Use some small tiny clips for sticking up the hair tightly. The clean the sectioning of the parting of hair, the better for this hair style.

2. Knot By knot Hairstyle

If you want a clean yet fashionable hairstyle for your kid, then try this one out.

3. Partial Up Hairstyle For Curly Hair

 

Try out this hairstyle. Do a thin braid and use some floral clips on top to tie the hair into small sections. Leave the rest of the hair straight and long.

4. Side Parted Long Layers

Layers and side parting can look good on any girl of any age. You can tie the hair at the back if long loose hair is not allowed at school.

5. Little Girl’s Floral Chignon

This twisted floral chignon is a nice thing to do if you want a stylish and classy hairstyle for your kid. All you need is a small clip for the regular days, while you can use a floral fashionable clip if you are doing it for a function.

6. Braided Pony Tail

This is a very easy to do hairstyle. Do a mid raised ponytail leaving a section of hair at one side and tie it up. With the left out section, do a half length braid and then tie a rubber band. Use the non-braided portion to go round the ponytail in a tie-up manner.

7. Triple Braid and a Long Pony Hairstyle

An easy to do and sport hairstyle with triple braids made form a top tied pony.

8. Cute Braided Hairstyle

An easy to do hairstyle, that can be done with a little time in hand

9. Top French Braided Pony Tail

An amazing hairstyle, which is so totally unique.

10. A long pony

The story of long pony fits very well with a school uniform. This time, give the ends some big curls and see the difference.
Here is a tutorial with some more hot designs for school hairstyling!

11: Half Up Easy Hairstyles For Kids

This is a perfect option of the casual hairstyles for kids if you want to keep your daughter’s hair down. All you need to do is to take an inch of hair from each side of the head and secure it at the back using a hair tie or hair pins. To dress up this simple hairstyle, all that is needed are curls. Curl the lower section of the hair using a curling iron or preferably rollers. This style not only looks neat and formal but also helps in keeping your kids hair away from her face which makes the whole look all the more tidy.

12. Braids

This is a classic formal little girls formal hairstyles and is suitable for any age and any occasion. There are a lot of different types of braids that you can choose from depending on the length of your daughter’s hair. This hairstyle is quite practical and easy as it doesn’t take too much time to create a braid; even a simple braid looks pretty and holds for a long period of time. Also, a braid is perfect for the day when you have an occasion to attend but don’t have the time to wash your kid’s hair as a braid is easier to do and holds better on hair that has not been washed for a day or so.

You can easily accessorize it with ribbons or fancy hair ties. Whether it’s a simple three section or a challenging French braid, this hairstyle is something that you can rarely go wrong with.

 

20 Braids For Little Girl

20 Braids For Little Girls

Packing her backpack. Sorting out her lunch box. Looking for that shoe that she always keeps misplacing. When you are a mom to a cute little daughter, it can feel like you are being pulled in a million different directions! Add to that the pressure of dressing her up cute all the time and you really start to lose it. Well, today is your lucky day because I have come to rescue you from all your hairstyling woes! Here, you will find our top picks of the cutest (and easiest!) hairstyles that you can try out on your little princess! Just keep reading…

1. Twisted Braid Ponytail

When it comes to hairstyles for school, you can never go wrong with a simple ponytail. Add a bit of delicate prettiness to this practical style by twisting an accent braid around it to fancy things up a bit.

2. Half Up Crown Braid

Braiding your daughter’s hair does not mean just tying up her hair in a tight and severe style. You can experiment with the positioning of the braid to create new looks. Here’s a half up-half down braided style that she will look absolutely angelic in!

What You Need
  • Hair brush
  • Texturizing spray
  • Bobby pins
  • What You Need
    1. Brush out all the knots and tangles from your little one’s hair.
    2. Spritz on some texturizing spray.
    3. Part her hair on one side.
    4. From the side of the parting with more hair, pick up 3 one inch sections of hair.
    5. Start French braiding these 3 sections towards the back of her head by adding more hair into the braid from the top side of her head (above the braid) with each subsequent stitch of the braid.
    6. Continue the French braid around the circumference of her head.
    7. Once the braid has reached near the forehead on the opposite side, secure it in place with the help of bobby pins.
    8. Loosen the braid to give it more volume and finish off the look.

3. Crown Of Braids

Of course, you know that you daughter is a little princess. Now, show the same to the world by dressing her up in a crown. Making her wear an actual gold crown could be a little much though. So, take a subtler route and go for these gorgeous crown of braids instead.

What You Need
  • Texturizing spray
  • Hair elastics
How To Style
  1. Part your kid’s hair down the middle.
  2. Create a horizontal parting from right behind her ears to separate the front hair from the back.
  3. Tie 2 ponytails on either side with this front hair.
  4. On the right ponytail, create a gap in the hair above the hair elastic with your fingers.
  5. Flip your ponytail up and into this gap to topsy tail it.
  6. Repeat steps 4 and 5 on the right ponytail.
  7. Simply braid both your ponytails right till the end and secure the ends with hair elastics.
  8. With your braids, tie a single knot at the back of your head as you would with shoelaces.
  9. Flip the end of the right braid over the left braid and secure it with bobby pins on the opposite side.
  10. Repeat the previous step with the left braid to finish off the look.

4. Knotted Braids

French braid, Dutch braid, fishtail braid…we’ve all heard of these common types of braids. So here’s a new braided style that will take your breath away! These knotted braids look unique and are super functional as they don’t loosen or unravel through the day! Perfect for a long day at school.

What You Need
  • Texturizing spray
  • Hair elastics
How To Style
  1. Spritz on some texturizing spray all over your little one’s hair.
  2. Part hair down the middle and vertically divide her hair into 2 sections.
  3. Right from the front of the left section, pick up a 2 inch section of hair and split it into 2 sections.
  4. Tie a single knot with the 2 sections as you would with shoelaces, pulling it tight until it is resting against her scalp.
  5. Add a 1 inch sections of hair to the tails of the knot and keep repeating step 4 until the knotted braid has reached the nape of her neck.
  6. Secure the knotted braid with a hair elastic.
  7. Repeat steps 3 to 6 to finish off the look.

5. Inverted Hearts Braided Ponytail

Bust out that full pack of hair elastics because here’s a hairstyle that you’ll definitely want to try on your little cutie. This pull-through braid style is super easy to do and looks oh-so-cute with its inverted hearts effect.

What You Need
  • Hair brush
  • Hair elastics
  • Hair bow
How To Style
  1. Brush out all the knots and tangles from your little girl’s hair and tie it into a high ponytail.
  2. Horizontally divide your ponytail into 2 sections so that you end up with one top and one bottom section.
  3. Split the top section into 2 parts.
  4. Flip both parts of the top section under the bottom section and tie them back together with a hair elastic.
  5. Now your bottom section has become your top section.
  6. Keep repeating steps 3 to 5 until you have reached the end of your braided ponytail.
  7. Tug apart your braid to loosen it up and add more dimension to it.
  8. Pin your bow at the base of your ponytail to finish off the look.

6. Ribboned Up Milkmaid Braids

Is your little lady super into athletics? Does doing her hair before any sports meet put you in a state of frenzy? Well, here’s a hairstyle you will definitely love then. These milkmaid braids will make her look adorable and keep her hair out of her face.

What You Need
  • Ribbons (1/2 inch wide)
  • Hair elastics
  • Bobby pins
How To Style
  1. Part your little one’s hair on one side.
  2. Cut two ribbons, both being twice the length of her hair.
  3. Vertically divide her hair into 2 sections, one on either side of her face.
  4. Tie the left section of her hair into a low side ponytail with the help of the ribbon.
  5. Combine the two ends of the ribbons with her hair and divide her ponytail into 3 strands.
  6. Simply braid the ponytail right till the ends and secure with a hair elastic.
  7. Repeat steps 4 to 6 on the right side.
  8. Place your left braid across the top of your head and pin it near your right ear.
  9. Repeat the previous step with your right braid.
  10. Take a short ribbon, place it around both your braids on the left side of your head and tie a bow around them.
  11. Repeat the same on the right side to finish off the look.

7. Braided Buns

Oh how you wish your little girl would stay little forever! Well, these braided buns are just the thing you need to make her look like the innocent angel that she is. They will keep her hair neatly out of her face and have a childlike innocence of their own.

What You Need
  • Hair elastics
  • Bobby pins
  • Hair bows
How To Style
  1. Part your princess’ hair down the middle and vertically divide her hair into 2 sections.
  2. Tie a ponytail on each side with all the hair in the 2 sections.
  3. Divide your left ponytail into 2 sections.
  4. Twist and intertwine the 2 sections with each other right till the end and secure with a hair elastic.
  5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 on your right ponytail.
  6. Roll the ponytails into buns and secure them to her head with some bobby pins to finish off the look.

8. Side Triple Flower Braids

Is there anything more exciting your cutie being chosen to be the flower girl at a wedding? I think not! Here’s a gorgeous flower braids for kids that will go beautifully with her fancy little dress.

What You Need
  • Texturizing spray
  • Hair elastics
  • Bobby pins
  • Light hold hairspray
How To Style
  1. Part your little girl’s hair down the middle.
  2. Pick up a 2 inch section of hair from above her ear (on whichever side you prefer) and divide it into 3 strands.
  3. Simply braid this section right till the end and secure the end with a hair elastic.
  4. Pancake just one side of this braid.
  5. Starting from the end, roll the braid into a flower up to the roots and secure it to her head with some bobby pins.
  6. Repeat steps 2 to 5 on two more sections of hair picked up from right next to the first flower braid.
  7. Spritz on some light hold hairspray to finish off the look.

9. Fishtail Accented Ponytail

It’s amazing how many great hairstyles you can come up with by just playing around with your daughter’s hair! This cool hairstyle involves an interesting placement of a fishtail accent over your little one’s ponytail. Perfect for a day of school and activities during the warmer seasons.

What You Need
  • Hair elastics
  • Bobby pins
How To Style
  1. From the center of her forehead, pick up a 4 inch section of hair and tie it up with a hair elastic.
  2. Divide this ponytail into 2 sections.
  3. Fishtail braid these 2 sections by alternately picking up a thin section of hair from the outer side of one section and adding it to the inner side of the other section.
  4. Secure the end of the fishtail braid with a hair elastic.
  5. Leaving the fishtail braid aside, tie all her hair into a mid-level ponytail.
  6. Pick up a thin section of hair from her ponytail and wrap it around the base of her ponytail to hide the hair elastic from view.
  7. Place the fishtail braid on top of her ponytail and pin it at the base of her ponytail to finish off the look.

10. Viking Braids

Halloween can be a stressful time for mommies, what with all the costume planning and shopping for candy for trick-o-treating. So here’s hairstyle idea that would go perfectly with a warrior princess outfit! These messy Viking braids look cute and edgy, at the same time.

What You Need
  • Hair crimper
  • Rat tail comb
  • Sectioning clips
  • Texturizing spray
  • Hair gel
  • Hair brush
  • Light hold hairspray
How To Style
  1. Crimp your little one’s hair with the help of a hair crimper.
  2. With a rat tail comb, create two vertical partitions in her hair to divide it into 3 equal sections. Clip up two of them.
  3. From the left section, from right near the forehead, pick up a small chunk of hair and divide it into 3 equal sections.
  4. Spritz on texturizing spray all over her hair to give it some hold.
  5. Rub some hair gel between your fingers to smoothen down flyaways and set the braids in place.
  6. Dutch braid these 3 sections of hair by flipping the side section under the middle section and adding more hair into the braid (only add hair from the section of hair you are working with) with each subsequent stitch of the braid.
  7. Once your Dutch braid has gone past your ear, simply leave it loose.
  8. Repeat steps 3 to 7 on the other 2 sections of hair.
  9. Run a hair brush through the loose hair at the bottom.
  10. Spray on some hairspray to prevent the braids from unraveling through the day.

11. Bow French Braid

A single French braid is a classic style that you can never go wrong with. However, it can be quite a boring style for your little one. Jazz it up for her by accessorizing it with a cutesy bow to complete her fairy princess look.

What You Need
  • Hair brush
  • Rat tail comb
  • Hair elastic
  • Hair bow
How To Style
  1. Brush back all your princess’ hair.
  2. Pick up a 2 inch section of hair from the center of her forehead and divide it into 3 sections.
  3. French braid these 3 sections by adding more hair into the braid with each subsequent stitch of the braid with the help of a rat tail comb.
  4. Once you have run out of hair to add, simply braid right till the end and secure with a hair elastic.
  5. Pin the hair bow at the back of her head to finish off the look.

12. Nautical Dutch Braid

Imagine this – your little girl in a cute sailor outfit. Ahhh, how sweet is that?! Now, add this hairstyle to the mix and you’ve got the most adorable nautical look on your hands. All you need is a Dutch braid and a hair bow to achieve this look.

What You Need
  • Hair elastic
  • Hair bow
How To Style
  1. Part your little lady’s hair down the middle.
  2. From about 2 inches in, section away her hair all along her hairline at the front.
  3. Pick up a 2 inch section of hair at the front and divide it into 3 sections.
  4. Dutch braid these 3 sections by flipping the side sections under the middle section and adding more hair into the braid with each stitch.
  5. Once your Dutch braid has reached the back of your head, simply braid it the rest of the way down.
  6. Comb back the sectioned away hair and tie all of your hair (braid included) into a low ponytail.
  7. Attach your hair bow to the base of your ponytail to finish off the look.

13. Infinity Fishtail Braid

Thought you’d seen all the kinds of braids you could’ve seen in this lifetime? Well, think again. The infinity braid is kind of the hottest trending braid right now. And for a good reason – it looks so cool! It’s the perfect braid for your daughter if she’s super into sports.

What You Need
  • Spray water bottle
  • Hair elastic
How To Style
  1. Wet your little girl’s hair by spraying water all over it.
  2. Comb back all her hair.
  3. Pick up all the hair on top of her head, from between her temples.
  4. Divide that hair into two equal sections.
  5. Now, pick up a thin section of her from the front on the left side.
  6. Flip this thin section under the left section and over the right section. Do not let go of this thin section.
  7. Pick up another thin section of hair from the right side and combine it with the first thin section.
  8. Now, flip these combined thin sections under the right section and over the left section.
  9. Keep repeating steps 5 to 8 until your infinity braid has reached the nape of your neck.
  10. Then, redivide your hair into just 2 sections.
  11. Fishtail braid these two sections by alternately picking up a thin section of hair from the outer side of one section and adding it to the inner side of the other section.
  12. Once your fishtail has reached the end of your hair, secure it with a hair elastic.
  13. Tug and loosen the braid to add more dimension to it and finish off the look.

 

46 CUTE GIRLS HAIRSTYLES FOR YOUR LITTLE PRINCESS

There are many cute girls hairstyles you can see on the Internet, but which of them are the best? Let us discuss it today. First of all, the best kids hairstyles for girls appear sweet and make your kiddo feel comfortable. Plus, take into consideration her hair texture. For example, a bob looks great on fine tresses. The bob won’t need much styling, but you can add some French braids or twists to keep her hair off her eyes. And in case your little kiddo has adorable curls or thicker tresses, a longer hairstyle is to opt for. Then you can create sophisticated down-dos and updos on her beautiful long hair.

Pull-Thru Ponytail

The pull-thru ponytail is not as difficult of a hairstyle as it appears. Begin by assuring that the hair is smooth and secure in a hair band. Next, divide the hair into two even ponytails, a top ponytail, and bottom ponytail. In the top ponytail place an additional hair band about an inch and a half from the top hair band and divide the hair in half making a hole for the hair of the underneath ponytail to pass through by pulling it up from the bottom. Repeat this process all the way to the bottom of the length of the ponytail or stop at the base of the skull. This is one of the cute hairstyles easy enough to do before school in the morning.

ZipperBraid Updo

The zipper braid updo can be done in a variety of directions. It is a tricky but elegant look that once mastered can be modified for multiple occasions. The beginning of this braid is somewhat complicated and requires the cooperation of the client. Once you have completed the first few strands, it is a repetitive process. The smaller sections of hair that you use, the prettier this style tends to be. This is one of several little girls hairstyles that are perfect for formal occasions.

Flip Over Braid

By far, one of the cutest hairstyles for little girls is the flip over braid. Begin with dividing the hair into two sections and choose a side to start with. Place the other side in a ponytail to keep it secured and out of the way. Begin your braid by doing a Dutch braid at the top front of the hairline. Once you have proceeded to the area of the ear, leave out part of the section toward the face prior to adding hair to your braid, creating a waterfall effect. Finish the braid and secure with a hair band and repeat the process on the other side, leaving out the waterfall sections to match the opposite side you just completed. Returning to the waterfall pieces, begin a Dutch braid providing space as you make your way back. Once this process is completed on both sides, the bottom braid is flipped up and pinned above the top braid. And then the remaining hair can either be left in a ponytail or braided to create flowers as in the above photo. Although it appears complicated, this is one of the easy little girl hairstyles that gives the illusion of difficulty.

Rick Rack Braid

The rick rack braid is so simple even dads can do it! Obtain a section of hair about the size of the thickness of a pencil. Divide the hair into three sections, one small section, and two larger sections. Then proceed to complete a loose braid with the three sections, leaving a section of length to help with the pancake effect. Once the braid has been completed, inspect your braid for the larger sections that you will pancake by pulling them out to form a large swoop. Continue this process and make each larger section as even as possible. Pin the braid in place and blend with the length of her hair. This is by far one of the simplest little girl hairstyles braids.

Rope Twisted Heart

For the rope twisted heart braid, it is easiest to work with damp or wet hair. Begin with parting your hair into two sections. At the top of the part where you plan to start your braid, use the end of a comb to make a heart shape on one side and repeat its mirror image on the other side. Once your heart is formed, secure the hair with a hair band. Using the hair length on top, on either side, begin making rope twists adding hair and braiding/twisting away from the heart, so its design is not obscured. Once your twist reaches the bottom of the apex of the heart, use half of the hair from the ponytail and incorporate it into the twist. Repeat on the opposite side and then decide which end effect you would like to add to the hairstyle. In the above pic, the hair inside the heart has been braided and finished into a fancy bun. This is a classic among the hairstyles for girls.

Dragon Braid

The dragon braid is an exotic looking braid that resembles a faux hawk. This braid begins with an ordinary braid on one side of the part line. Once it reaches the nape of the neck, pull out the pieces on the inside edge of the braid out so that they pancake. Repeat the process on the opposite side, addressing the part line to cover it. Once that side has been pancaked, lift and push both sides of the braid together and secure them with bobby pins. The more you emphasize the pancake effect, it gives a more defined look, adding dimension to it, as well. This is a great kids hairstyle for school and sports events alike.

Cute Hairstyles For School

Are you in search of various cute hairstyles for school? You have come to the right place! There are many different hairstyles that are both simple and stylish and some that you haven’t even thought of. You can modify the simplest of hairstyles to be different by twisting or pulling sections of hair from various directions giving the style a fresh new look. Braids are very popular, and there are so many options and types of braids – it could make your head spin. Some styles take on a whole new appearance when adding hairbows or decorative pins. There are several school hairstyles for medium hair to keep things interesting. Don’t be afraid to experiment with new styles to see what works best for you.

Girls Hairstyles For School

When you are deciding on girls hairstyles for school, you are in search of something that is cute but also quick and simple. If your child has long hair, your options just increased exponentially. It is amazing what you can do to style hair when you use various ponytails and a little creativity. When you combine braids with ponytails, the looks become even more interesting. If you are worried about fly-a-ways, the solution to that problem is a little spray wax or hairspray and voila, problem solved. The options are basically endless when considering school hairstyles for long hair if you’re willing to use a little creativity and experiment with various styles.

Cute Hairstyles For Medium Length Hair

There are also cute hairstyles for medium length hair. Whether it is the ever popular “messy look,” a braid variation, or scrunched curls, you can look beautiful without spending a tremendous amount of time styling your hair. There are so many easy hairstyles for kids such as the side braid, ponytails, messy buns and the list goes on and on. You can even add a splash of temporary color to your child’s hair without using harsh chemicals. For example, apply Kool-Aid to color sections or strands of hair. In the easy hairstyles for kids category, the side crown braid adds just enough sass to a style to make it cute! So, don’t be afraid to step outside of your comfort zone and remember your hair doesn’t have to be perfect to be pretty, messy is in!

Cute Girl Hairstyles

Your daughter has beautiful hair, and you’re looking for cute girl hairstyles. You’ve found the right place. You can add a little extra pop to an ordinary ponytail by doing a pull through. This style is a simple variation of the everyday ponytail. Braids are also very popular, and you can experiment a lot with them. Combine braids and ponytails, and your result could be something similar to the above photo. When it comes to cute hairstyles for little girls, the only limitations you have are based on the hair length and your level of creativity.

Cute Little Black Girl Hairstyles

We have all seen the classic cute little black girl hairstyles with the various braids adorning their heads. The seemingly gravity-defying waves and lines are both captivating and stunning. With various types of twists and braids, these styles definitely have the wow factor. The princess effect is almost a given in the confidence department when you pursue the various braids options. You can add pizzazz to these styles by completing them with bows, beads and even color. Black girls hairstyles are adventurous and creative and deserve to be acknowledged for their time-consuming intricacy.

Cute Little Girl Hairstyles

Regardless of the overall length of your girl’s hair, there are still a lot of cute little girl hairstyles to choose from. It is possible to have a pretty hairstyle without it being time-consuming. There are options of buns and braids that will boggle the mind. Whether the flower braid, bow bun or double bun, these styles are simple and quick. If you’re looking for a little more elegant look for a special occasion, the waterfall twist braids would be more appropriate. If your child has curly hair, help her feel comfortable by encouraging her to show off those beautiful curls. Styling your girl’s hair doesn’t have to be an hour long stressful process, you can achieve gorgeous hairstyles in a matter of minutes.

Cute Black Girl Hairstyles

There are several options when looking for cute black girl hairstyles. There are options outside of the classic pigtail braids and designed braids, as well. There are options to side sweep her natural curls or style ringlet curls and incorporate a bow or barrette. The cornrows with a ponytail is a popular option, and the mini twist is utterly breathtaking. When exploring little black girls hairstyles for school, one needs to take into consideration the time it will take to complete the style. While you may not have time to do intricately designed braids, a simple thick braid or twin buns could be the perfect solution. Don’t forget to occasionally let her heritage shine through as well with the natural afro look. Building confidence in her at an early age is important to her development.

Double Dutch Infinity Braid

There are also cute hairstyles for girls with short hair. The Dutch infinity braid is a beautiful option to pursue. And if one is worried about the overall neat look of the style, a tip is to use wax spray to tame all the flyaways. A useful tip with this braid is to keep the braid tight and to secure each link in the braid. Although it appears to be difficult, this is one of many easy hairstyles to do at home. You can allow the braid to curve and follow a varied pattern if you have longer hair or you can go straight back of the head if your hair is shorter.

Simple Dutch Braid Hairstyles For Girls

It’s almost time for school and you need to find a couple of cute easy hairstyles for girls. It is a given to do a braid but to decide on which one is the next dilemma. The braid is one of the easy hairstyles for school aged girls and allows them to show off their hair without it being in the way of learning and playful activities. The Dutch braid is not only beautiful but simple, and it gives a look of depth to a girl’s hair. Regardless of the length of the hair, this style is still possible as long as the sections of the hair you are braiding meet and intertwine.

Double Pull Through Braid Pigtails

If you are trying to find some cute hairstyles for girls, you really should look at the pull through braid pigtails. Begin with parting the hair and make two small ponytails at the top of the hair. Divide the top ponytail in half and pull the bottom ponytail through it. Then rejoin the two halves with hair length and secure with a hair band. Pull the braid through to create the desired look and repeat the process on the other side. This is one of the easy formal hairstyles for long hair as it can be embellished by the bow designs at the top of the braid.

Cute Short Side Braids

Whether your child has problems growing out her hair or she is simply tired of the hassle of long hair, there are plenty of cute short haircuts to her taste. The bob is an ever-popular style and can be enhanced with various braids like the one in the above photo. It is also one of the easy hairstyles for short hair. The side braid allows for style while the shortened length allows for comfort. Reassure your girl that she doesn’t have to have long hair to be beautiful.

Double Dutch Braids For Short Hair

There are several options when it comes to short haircuts for girls. The double Dutch braid is very popular right now. And although it looks complicated, it is fairly easy. Too often people think you can’t braid your hair if you have a shorter hairstyle. This is not the case. Part your hair wherever you desire and begin braiding on one side. Contrary to the popular belief, braids do not have to be neat and flawless; messy look braids are in, as well. Once the braid is completed, gently pull at each link of the braid to make it look fuller. Simply spray, and you’ve completed this hairstyle.

Pigtail Buns

There are several options when it comes to updos for short hair. Begin with parting the hair in the middle and combing through well. Gather some hair and do a small ponytail and secure with a hair band. Proceed with gathering the remaining hair up and do a larger ponytail with an additional hair band. If you want to add wispy side strands, pull those down prior to securing with the hair band for a smoother look. The pigtail buns are adorable once you twist them up and secure them with a pin or hair band. Once again, perfection is not essential in this hairstyle as the somewhat messy nature adds character to the style.

Upside Down Braid Into A Messy Bun

This style is by far one of my favorite in little girl hairstyles. This braid is typically down in a single braid from the center of the head up towards the crown to finish with the messy bun. However, in the photo above, there is a unique flair to this style which exudes the youth and playful nature of a child. The braids were drawn from sections of hair from the sides and then crisscrossed to form a fun design. You begin at the base of the neck to form the upside down braid into a messy bun at the top of your head.

Accent Braids On Short Hair

There are many ways to embellish short hairstyles for girls. One of these ways is to use accent braids like in the picture above. The accent braids not only add some flair of style to your hair, they serve multiple purposes, among which to keep your hair back – off your face and eyes. You can also add hair bows and decorative embellishments to kick it up a notch. Or play with different variations and styles of braids to further accentuate the overall look.

Side Flipped Fishtail

One of the more elegant looks in kids hairstyles is this side fishtail style. While this style has the appearance of difficulty, it is beyond simple. You just gather sections of hair, secure it with an elastic and then flip it. It’s honestly that simple! As you proceed through the length of the hair, gather additional sections, secure and flip. You can do as many or as few as suits your taste. You can also add some intertwined flowers or ribbons for an added pop. This sweeping hairstyle is glamourous looking but super easy to obtain.

4th Of July Hairstyle

There are several festive 4th of July cute girls hairstyles to choose from. The one in the above photo is simple but beautiful. Besides the option to follow with a complete braid all the way through the length, there are also options to tuck the hair underneath, which works best for thinner hair. You can also stop the braid at the base of the neck and allow it to be a ponytail. As with all hairstyles, the limitations are based solely on your imagination and creativity.

Braided Ponytail

Among the high ponytail styles cute girls hairstyles are fun and pretty. As with any ponytail to provide a neater look, you can cover the elastic with hair. There are various braids and twist options you can try to change the look. Multiple braids add an interesting dimension to a ponytail as do intricate twists. Combine these two factors, and you end up with a stunning result that makes the everyday ponytail a thing of the past.

Ladder Braid With Flowered Updo

For more formal occasions, cute girls hairstyles braid with flower is by far one of our most favorite styles. This intricate style has a unique look for those special occasions. And the flower can be used to accentuate and tie in specific color themes. The ladder braid is a little more time consuming, but the result is worth the trouble. By interlacing the braids and forming the ladder effect, the three braids are a stunning hairstyle which can be left or finished with a formal braid.

Updo Hairstyles for Girls

Braided Hairstyles

Half Up Style

 

Hairstyles with Accessories

 

Short Hairstyles for Girls

Hairstyles with Bows

We know that every girl, no matter how old she is, always wants to be the most beautiful among the others. And you know that your little girl deserves all the best. Our women’s nature can be revealed even in the very childhood, it’s just written in the stars. Some special occasion is just around the corner? So how about getting your little star the brightest look for this day? Adorn your princess’s beautiful hair with flowers. Show her what femininity is by getting her a delicate hairstyle with a bow. It can be a braid half-updo or wavy hair beautified with bows, these are the things you can leave up to your girl. Let her choose a hairstyle herself, and you will see how glad and grateful she will be. Small ladies are ladies too, so it’s never too early to let her feel feminine.

Fresh Look at Familiar Hairstyles

Just look at these cute hairstyles for girls! Have you seen something more adorable? We literally fell in love with these ideas, as now, we understand that little girls have lots of opportunities to experiment. Seeking something new brings colors to our lives, and adding something new to familiar things delights our imagination. Braided ponytails are something we can do with our eyes closed, and the first picture is here to ruin all the stereotypes: everything we are used to can be far more special than we expect. We know that our little girls just love bows, how about making a bow of your girl’s hair? This hairstyle is very minimalist, yet very delicate. Long hair is a good base to let your and your little girl’s imagination run wild: these ideas have proved that. Now it’s totally clear to everyone: it’s so good to be a girl!

 

3 Cute Mermaid Braids

1-Looking for a hairstyle to beat the summer heat but still looks super cute? Mermaid braids are perfect! They’re great for date nights, BBQs, and summer vacations. Check out 3 cute mermaid hairstyles

2-Pull-Through Mermaid Braid: This hairstyle is perfect for any special occasion and is so easy to do. Plus it’s a super cute way to keep your hair out of your face. Style this your favorite sundress, and you’ll be ready to take on any summer event.

3- Mermaid Heart Braid: If you’re looking for a hairstyle where you’ll be getting compliments all day, then this is the hairstyle for you. This hairstyle is great for all ages and is definitely a family favorite. TIP: Add a bow for some extra flair!

 

3 Easy Bow Hairstyles

Whether you’re looking for a fun way to switch up your hair or you want to embrace your inner Lady Gaga, bow hairstyles are cute and fairly simple to do. Bow hairstyles are definitely a favorite in our family, and they’re great for any occasion! Check out my 3 favorite bow hairstyles!

1- Lady Gaga Hair Bow: If you’re looking for something that’s cute and fun, this is the hairstyle for you! This is definitely one of my favorites because this style is so versatile. You can do it half up, or even a full updo. TIP: This a great hairstyle idea for Crazy Hair Day at school or even for a costume like Minnie Mouse.

2- The Perfect Bow Bun Updo: Have a school dance or dance recital coming up soon? This updo is perfect, and it only takes 5 minutes to do! The best part is that you can style it wet or dry. TIP: Use a tube sock to create your perfect bun if you don’t have a bun maker

3- Half-up Hair Bow: I LOVE this half-up hairstyle! Whether you style it with a cute dress or your favorite jeans, this hairstyle can be dressed up or down! Plus this hairstyle is great when you’re on the go because it’ll last all day.

 

 

4 Valentine’s Day Hairstyle Ideas

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and having the perfect hair is an absolute must! Whether it’s date night, a school Valentine’s Day party, or a night out on the town, you’ll want to make sure that you have flawless hair. Here are some of my favorite Valentine’s Day hairstyles that will make you turn heads…even Cupid will find you irresistible!

1- Rope Twisted Heart: You can never go wrong with a nice updo! This hairstyle is perfect for that school or work Valentine’s Day party. Plus the rope twist perfectly accents the heart ponytail.

 

2- Half Up Heart Bun: Feminine and flirty, this is definitely one of my favorite hairstyles for the occasion! This is a go-to hairstyle for a romantic dinner. Throw on a little black dress and you’ll be ready to enjoy an elegant evening with your significant other!

3- Heart Pull-Thru Braid: Nothing screams Valentine’s Day like this Heart Pull-Thru Braid. You’ll be the talk of every Valentine’s Day party with this cute and festive hairstyle.

Top Best 27 Cute Kids Hairstyles 2018

Clipped-Back Bob

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.

Half-Up

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.

Pull-Through Braid

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.

Connected Braids

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.

Double Bows

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.

Double Braid

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.

Headband Updo

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.

Ladder Braid

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 Pigtails

Curly hair looks so pretty in pigtails — and it’s super simple to do in a pinch before running out the door.

 

Hair Bow

How cute is this look? A modern take on a typical topknot, this adorable hair bow works for just about any special occasion.

Braided Part

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 Braid

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.

Center Braid

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.