By Black Hair Hub | Jul 07, 2019
Hey sistahs it’s back-to-school season and what better way to get your youngsters into the school spirit than by dropping them off with a totally chic, new hairstyle?
If you’re unsure of what that chic, new hairstyle should be and are looking for inspiration, you’ve come to the right place.
These easy back-to-school hairstyles will have your tot hella excited for her first day of school!
At least that’s what our parents have always told us. When it comes to making a ponytail, you can almost never go wrong with it. A ponytail will always steal the show and it doesn’t have to be a simple high ponytail either. You can go for the pom-pom look by parting your child’s hair down the middle. Why don’t you experiment with different types of partings like a zig-zag parting or a side parting? To make this look work, it is important that your child’s hair looks sleek at the top and has a voluminous ponytail. You can achieve this look by using the right kind of hair products like the African Pride Moisture Miracle Honey & Coconut Oil Shampoo. The unique blend of honey and coconut hydrates the hair and adds shine to natural hair.
Can your daughter never sit still long enough for a perfect braid or cornrow hairstyle? A bun is the answer to all your problems. Creating a simple bun on the top of your child’s head or even mickey buns (if you feel more adventurous) are easy yet cute hairstyles that your toddler can pull off any day. To make mickey buns, simply divide your child’s hair into two sections and make a bun out of each section to resemble Mickey Mouse ears.
Can you think of anything more adorable than a girl with a bubble twist? This semi-protective hairstyle will not only look great on your daughter but will also help her hair in the long run. The African Pride Black Castor Miracle Extra Hold Braid, Loc, Twist Gel will help you smooth the excessive edges while making your tot’s hair look neat and tidy.
Back-to–School season can be very stressful for your toddler but with a little hair magic, your daughter should be back to her normal excited self in no time.
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