By Winnie The Fashionista | Oct 06, 2020
Our little girls. What would we do without them? They are your ‘’Mini me’’ and this means they deserve the best, just like you do. We scoured the internet and we found THE best braid for your baby girl. Here are a few ideas for braided styles that you can try for your little princess!
Treat your cherished girl to a look she will love and feel confident in. The side swept look will have her beaming in delight! Especially when blue braids are added to make it even more fun. The Twinkle Braid from Darling is perfect for this because it ticks all the boxes. It embodies everything that a braid should be for kids: Lightweight, perfect length and made specifically for children’s hair texture! It also comes in 12 fun colours for your tiny tots. Darling recommends that:
‘’…To enjoy the best results of using this product, use water and leave-in conditioner for a soft natural lustre. Then, use a natural oil like coconut oil to soothe the scalp to avoid itchiness and dryness. With a good routine, you can wear your extensions for months on end and enjoy fuller, thicker and healthier looking looks.’’
Darling hair stylists show their rendition of the half up, half down style for kids. Interchange the red and black Twinkle braid on your little one’s hair by having cornrows at the front and free-flowing braids at the back. The beauty is that you can curl these braids using hot water, yay! Do add some gold accessories to their hairstyle to pop. Finish off with the African Pride Egde Control to lay down the baby hair for your gorgeous girl.
How about free flowing braids for your mini-me? Simply have the stylist braid her up using plain black braids or coloured braids. Then contrast this using coloured scrunchies and knick knacks! She will 100% love this and will probably want to show off to her friends.
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