Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Aren't these all SO cute...

Over at EVERY LITTLE DETAIL (click on it)they are doing a spring savings. It's her 28th birthday so they're offering 28% off!! It's beginning Thursday, April 30th, at 12:00am MST and lasting until 11:59 MST. The coupon code is BirthdayGirl. So head over there because all of their stuff is DARLING!! Here's a few things from EVERY LITTLE DETAIL. Make sure you check it out though because there is a lot more than just these headbands:

I understand this picture is flipped - I'm just to lazy to reload it:) If anyone knows a way that I can flip it after it's been uploaded to my blog I would love the help!

So these headbands are ADJUSTABLE!! There's lot of colors & darling! My little girl LOVES them & wants to wear them every day now. & it's fun because you add the flower clip to it where ever you want it. By the end of this day, she had the clip back up top. So FUN!
These are just so clever! They are BOBBY PINS that actually are cute. But not only are they really cute, they are really STRONG!
When you have your girlie's hair down & want to keep the bangs out of the face without having the bobby pin fall out or just looking ugly - this is such a simple solution! LOVE it. This is my favorite.
I don't know why she won't ever look normal at the camera - but here's the set in together. Are they not so CUTE?
There's so many ways you can use them. You could also use them when your girlies hair is up in a pony tail & she's got those straggling, loose hairs that just keep falling down - this would be perfect. & I'm telling you, they're seriously a STRONG hold. & you can add the bobby pins in so the bobby pin actually doesn't show, just the FLOWER
Okay - here's another option how to wear the head band. The picture I had of her full on was flipped so this is the best I got. But you can wear it like your normal head band, with the hair down & add that darling FLOWER clip to add detail.
EVERY LITTLE DETAIL not only has flowers to choose from but darling BOWS. This is a rag bow that we added & it's just too cute.

The headbands don't only fit little girls, but it fits ALL sizes!! Yep, that's me. haha!! I just wanted to be able to show that we can wear it too & I LOVE it. It's so fun. Wear it with or without a flower clip
Here it is with a flower clip added to it. Seriously - you guys all need to check this store out. & why not do it why she's having her spring savings event tomorrow!! Don't forget!!

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Lovely Locs


Start by making a part in your daughters hair anywhere. I don't like down the middle parts so we part hers on the side that slopes toward the middle of her hair.

French braid each side down to the end of her hair.

Then combine them anywhere in the middle as long or short as you want to. You end up with almost a heart shape look. My daughter loves braids so we have really had to get creative. If you want you can pull some hair over the elastic and curl it. This hides the end of the braid and gives it a whole new look.

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Simple Twist

Here is a simple but cute style for girls who want there hair down. I parted it diagonal to one side then pulled it into a ponytail and added a simple pull through twist. I then pulled another small section of hair following the same lines as before. Then I pulled it through a to make another twist. Once finished we flipped up the ends.

Here is a picture of the top of her hair.

Saturday, April 18, 2009

A Little Loose Today

Since the weather has been getting nicer & she's been wearing summer dresses, it's been fun to do cute little loose updos. We were going to a park & wanted something out of her face & it worked.
Part half the hair down all the way around the crown. Clip the hair up so it's not in the way. With what is down, I parted down the middle to divide the twist braids in 2.

Do your twist braid on each side
Bring the 2 twist braids together in the middle with an elastic, pulling it tight as you add your elastic.
Curl the hair that is left on top. I did very fast curls, knowing that I was pulling it all back.
After curling, I pinned the bangs back with bobby pins & then loosly pulled the rest into a ponytail, including the pony from the twist braids. Don't pull thru all the way & let the curl hang over the pony.

Add a cute flower underneath the hair, instead of on top (i feel like I'm always putting them on top, it's a nice little change)
Spray to hold & there you have your loose pony.

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Free Giveaway!!

For those of you who are interested: TRINZY is doing a GIVE AWAY!! It's a darling tutu with a set of pink flower clips. Really cute!! If you click on the name & it will take you there where it gives all the info about the giveaway. All you have to do is sign up on their emailing list. So go now!!

Sisterlocks for the Natual Bride

Sunday, April 5, 2009


Start by deciding how you want your parts we did triangle parts around the front of her face.

Once the hair is in an elastic pull the hair through the center to make a twist.

Once all of the elastics are in place we did 4 ponytails across the front. Twist the hair.

Pull all 4 twists to 1 elastic in the middle. Then we added a flower

French Braid to Buns

Start by making a french braid across the front of her hair.

Then pull the finished braid down the side into a pigtail.

Then put the other side in a pig tail.

Once the hair is in pigtails take small pieces and twist downward. I twisted 3 sets of hair.

Then take the twisted hair and loop it under your fingers as shown below.

I put an elastic band around the hair to make it stay in place.
Below is your flower looking bun.

Repeat on the other side to create a cute unique hairstyle.

Split pony

As you can see my littlest doesn't have much hair so we have to get really creative to make it look cute. This is another simple yet cute hairstyle for her.
Take a small row of hair in the front and put in an elastic. Then split that hair in the elastic into 2 pieces. Pull one piece to each side and put in another set of elastics.

Infant style

This one is simple and looks cute on your littlest one.
Part the hair in three rows put elastics at the end of each. I then put the three ends into an elastic about halfway down her hair. Nothing fancy but a simple cute style.

Corn Rolls into Flower

Start by parting the hair. I always part the hair I am working with and put the extra in a ponytail out of the way.

To make a corn roll you have a couple of options rolling the hair like a french braid taking one piece of hair and rolling it around the other then keep picking up hair as you go. OR below shows taking the section of hair and pulling it out straight then start rolling in one direction this also makes a roll in the hair.

Here we have 2 rolls attached together with an elastic.

You can put the parts in any direction you want today we put 2 up each side and 1 coming from the middle.

I don't have a good picture of this but to make the flower. Take a small amount of hair and put a lose twist in it. Hold it in a loop until all the strands of hair have a loop. Then put an elastic around the base of the hair you are holding.

It looks like this when finished.