06.13.2013 / DIY: Side Swept Hair

DIY: Side Swept Hair

Are you looking for a super easy hairstyle for your little princess? Then look no further then here! You can get this easy DIY Side Swept Hair in no time at all!  Your little one will look adorable and will want you to do it all the time on her!
Items Needed:

6 Bobby Pins
Curling Iron
Hair Spray

First Step: Curl Your Daughters Hair

Second Step: Separate the side of the hair in 2 sections then twist them.

Third Step: Secure the 2 twists with Bobby Pins by criss crossing each bobby pin across each other.

Fourth Step: Then sweep the hair to one side and secure with bobby pins by criss crossing. Then spray the side of hair with hairspray….voila all done!

DIY Side Swept Hair

DIY Side Swept Hair

DIY Side Swept Hair

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DIY Tucked Side Ponytail via Kenziepoo

Happy Friday!

My little Kenzie loves to watch hair tutorials, which I find very humorous! If you knew my daughter you would know that she hates her hair being done, and screams & cries every time I do it.  She actually told me that she wanted to try this DIY Tucked Side Ponytail. I didn’t even hesitate and got going on her hair. Thankfully this hair Tutorial was super easy, and took me all of 3 minutes! You can find out how her hair turned out over at Babble today here!

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I thought it would be fun to try the Bow Bun on my little Kenzie. She loves bows, so what better hairstyle to try on her!

Items Needed:

      • Ponytail Holder
      • Brush
      • Bobby Pins

First Step: Pull hair back into a high Pony, and secure it with a ponytail holder.

Second Step: On the last time pulling your hair through the ponytail holder leave a loop at the top and leave the tails of your hair facing forward

Third Step: Split your loop into two loops, dividing them in half

Fourth Step: Then take the tails of your hair and smooth it out and wrap it around the middle of the two divided loops. Then tuck it in the back under the hair elastic. Secoure it with Bobby pins if needed. Voila, your done!

 

 

Find more DIY Kids Hair Ideas:

Temporary Hair Dip Dyed Hair 

Twisted Updo

Pony In 3 Parts

 

I recently tried out the popular Twisted Updo on my daughter Kenzie. I really was pleased with the results, and she loved it! She wants me to do her hair like this everyday.  I posted the pic of my little Kenzie on my instagram after doing it, and was asked for a tutorial. I thought it would be a great idea, so without further ado here is how you do the Twisted Updo.

Items Needed:

  • 1 ponytail holder
  • bobby pins

First Step: Separate your child’s hair into 3 sections.

Second Step: Tie the middle section into a low pony.

Third Step: After tying the middle section into a low pony…Then pull the ponytail holder halfway down. Twist the bottom of the hair from the section with the ponytail. Twist it up and tuck under the pony and secure it with bobby pins. Make sure the ponytail holder is not showing.

Fourth Step: Twist each side section and add it to the middle section twist, then secure with bobby pins. Voila, your done!

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