14 May, 2019
Courtesy: Hair Glamourista
Love dolling up your little princess all the time? One awesome way to accentuate her cuteness is to try new things with her hair. This season, add a dash of funk and colour to your angel’s look with beads. Yes, you read that right, beads! So now if you are wondering what hairstyles you could possibly whip up with these babies, here’s some help from us. You’re welcome very much!
If you’re looking for something simple yet cute, this hairstyle is the one you should go for! Try this on her and watch her become the center of attention while she prances around.
Prep: Use a sulfate free clarifying shampoo to cleanse her hair. Then be sure to deep condition and use a moisturizer.
Style: Divide her hair into 3 equal sections. Clip or tie up the other two sections while you work on one, so as to prevent them from coming in the way and getting entangled.
Finish: Complete the look by braiding the section you are working on and seal the ends with colourful beads. Once you finish all the tiny braids, use a rubber band to tie up all the braids into a pony. Repeat these steps with the other two sections as well, and we’re done!
If your little one’s hair is thin or short, worry not! You can still dress it up with beads. This easy-to-try hairdo will add a supercool vibe to your little girl’s look. Here’s how you go about it –
Prep: Once you shampoo her hair. let it dry naturally. Then make sure her hair is nicely moisturized, frizz-free and detangled.
Style: After giving her hair an initial combing, divide it into two parts. Use a rubber band to tie up a pony on the one side, while you work on the other.
Finish: Make fine braids on one side of her hair and seal the ends with beads of your choice. Leave them dangling like that. Repeat the procedure on the other side too.
We know you’re thinking that multiple beads dangling on the ends of your child’s hair may tug on her scalp. A good dollop of Profectiv Mega Growth Daily Leave-In Strengthener can be used to strengthen your little one’s hair from the roots and prevent friction so as to avoid tugging.
For little girls who have ear-length hair, this is an awesome hairstyle idea. Here’s how you can go about mastering this style that looks both cute and cool.
Prep: Use a sulfate-free shampoo and conditioner on your child’s hair and allow to dry naturally. Then add in some hair mousse.
Style: Comb her hair and divide it into two parts horizontally from the middle. Use a thin hairband to help keep the partitions intact.
Finish: Carefully run the comb through the front part so as to divide her hair into different sections. Start braiding from the right side. Seal the braids with beads towards the end and leave them loose towards the left. Repeat the process from the left side, keep repeating from both the sides until you have something that looks like this. There you have it!
For girls with small foreheads, this one’s a must-try. Definitely a super-stylish hairdo that is not just great to look at but also really easy to do. Do this to your little one’s hair and watch her steal the show wherever she goes.
Prep: Wash, condition and moisturize the hair. A thorough DC is essential to nourish and strengthen the scalp and hair.
Style: Comb well and divide the hair into two parts diagonally. Secure the front part with a rubber band, while you work on the portion at the back.
Finish: Divide the back hair into two parts diagonally. Secure one part while you work on the other. Create fine braids and seal the ends with beads. Tie up the whole bunch of braids on one side with a rubber band. Repeat the process on the other side as well.
This one is not just artsy but extremely classy. The look as a whole is super creative and will make your mini me look and feel like the star that she is!
Prep: Wash and condition the hair. Ensure that the strands are thoroughly moisturized before starting to style.
Style: Divide the hair into 3 sections starting from the back. Divide the front part diagonally into two. Make a middle parting on the back side and do regular braiding with beads, but start each braid from the bottom up, so as to give it a heart shape from one side. Repeat the process on the other side of the parting as well, to complete the heart shape and leave them loose. Take the hair upward from the front sections and start braiding from the roots of the hair
Finish: Seal each braid with beads and tie up the lot with a rubber band.
Repeat the process on the other front section as well.
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