A little girl hairdos can be both easy dan cute, allowing her to feel feminine without slowing down her pace or playtime. Choosing the right one may be difficult for parents determined to emphasize beauty alone, as the daily maintenance complex hair requires often falls back to the grownup.
There are many little girl hairdos ideas that may appeal to many parents and children of any age. Let’s take a look some of them below!
Little girls with curly hair look angelic. There are few things that are as fun as dressing up your daughter. For little girls with long, curly hair, styling the hair is often time-consuming. Managing the length and curls for girls this age takes patience. Long hair generally starts at about 3 inches below the shoulders. For every day style, try pigtails. These are just ponytails on each side of the head. Low pigtails are the most flattering. Another hairstyle that works well is a side ponytail where the hair is swept over to one side into a low ponytail.
Hair clips are typically plastic accessories that open up and close around hair in order to hold it in place. Lengths and color vary, but one hair clip or hair pin strategically placed on a young girl’s head can keep the majority of hair out of her face.
A headband is a U-shaped accessory worn for both fashion and practical purposes. Simply pull a little girl’s hair back and insert the headband into the new hairline, creating a variety of looks while keeping her face clear of unwanted strands.
Little girls and bows have always complimented each other! You can gather some hair at the top of her hair and use a pretty clip or ponytail holder to secure the hair. Use a beautiful bow over this. You can even add a flower to this. This would be very suitable for your little girls especially if she is going out for a party, as this would keep her hair in place and give a dainty look as well.
A combination braids-and-bun style can be done on straight or curly hair. Dampen the hair lightly with water and comb it thoroughly to remove any knots or tangles. Near the crown of the head, part the hair horizontally from ear to ear. Split the top portion of the hair into three sections—a larger middle section and two even side sections. Braid the middle section into a French braid or cornrow going back. Braid each of the side sections into a single braid. Gather the three braids together at the center of the head and braid them together to make one large braid. Join the braid with the remaining loose hair and secure it with a ponytail holder. Wrap the hair around itself to form a bun. Secure the bun with bobby pins or another ponytail holder.
A ribbon up-do is a sophisticated style the combines a ponytail, braid and bun. This style works especially well on long, thin hair and even adds texture and volume to thin hair, according to the Adopt a ‘Do website. Part the front of the hair vertically down the middle and gather it into a ponytail at the top of the head. Secure the ponytail tightly using a ponytail holder. Slide a 3-foot-long ribbon through the ponytail holder, then split the hair in the ponytail into three sections. Make sure the bottom part of the ribbon (which should be about 2 feet) is resting on the middle section of hair while the top part is out of the way. Begin braiding the ribbon and three sections of hair into a single braid. Secure the end of the braid and ribbon with a ponytail holder. Wrap the braid around itself to create a bun, making sure the end of the ribbon hangs free. Secure the bun using large bobby pins. Take both ends of the ribbon and tie them into a bow.
If you want to create an attractive braid in a little girl’s hair that is different than the “usual” single braid down the back of her head, try a “milkmaid” braid. This braid consists of one–or possibly two– side braids. After you’ve finished braiding, arrange the braids so they frame her face like a headband. The milkmaid braid can be made using only the hair from each side of the girl’s head, and you can leave the remainder of her hair free. Secure the ends of each braid with a pretty barrette or a sparkly jaw clip.
Some Example Pictures for Little Girl Hairdos
Little girls should not have to wake up in the morning and spend an hour fussing over their hair with a curling iron and loads of hair products; not until they are much older, anyway. So, as a parent you need to consider which is the proper hairstyle for your little girl. Doing a little girl’s hair can be an enjoyable yet challenging task for any parent. Whether it’s coming up with little girl hairdos that are cute and appealing or deciding which hairstyles are appropriate for the child’s age, parents often need help finding hairstyles that both they and their daughter will like. Hopefully some options above will help you to choose the proper ones. Cheers!