1. The Story of a Princess and Her Hair That is a clever name for a blog on little girls’ hairstyles. From the blog: Our ”hair blogging hobby” is all about spending mom/daughter … little girls, girl hairstyl, princess hairstyles, braid hairstyles, hair style, waterfall braids, princesses, little girl hair, kid
Totally trying this! Split and braid your hair into two sections and tie with a rubberband. Twist the braid away from your face and then twist the flat iron onto your hair in the same direction your hair is twisted. Do not touch rubberband or else you will get that weird crease. Repeat this process twice! After hair is cooled, then take them out and run your fingers through the braid. Saw this on Rachel Ray Show. It gives you nice beachy waves! hair tutorials, beach waves, wavy hair, beachi wave, braid, rachel ray, hairstyl, beach hair, iron
Beachy waves.. here i come :)
Quick and Simple Up-Do Brush hair and tease at crown. Separate hair into 3 parts. Braid 1/3 of each part, then use those braids as 1 piece in braiding each part; secure bottoms with clear elastic; keep clear elastic at top of center braid, but not side braides. Loosen braids gently with fingers. Roll each braid into a bun; secure with bobby pins. hair tutorials, hair colors, braid, long hair, wedding hairs, messy buns, hairstyl, curly hair, hair buns
I think I can do this..