Hide a Climber

Maybe you need to look closer to see the hidden ones, but there is one set in there that is hidden and more subtle. I love this hair do. Its actually the one we used for Beans Halloween day hair do. She was a mermaid.
1.) Start by making two rows of the small pony tails. Each row should have five total. Start with the one on top that is in the middle and do two on each side that way it is equally balanced.
2.) Divide the first pony tail in half. These two will combine with the outer most pony tail and be held together with a plastic coated pony tail holder.
3.) Again-- combine with the outer pony tail and leave the middle one on each side alone for a minute. Because we aren't taking the climber down the back I figured this gives it a little more style. Plus it doesn't take up a lot of room in combining this way.
4.) Take the two you have left over from the middle and use a plastic coated rubber band to secure them together.
5.) Your first row is done.
6.) Flip those pony tails over so that you can do these same steps to the back row.

7.) This time I switched things up a bit and joined the middle two first. This was the last step I did on the front row.
8.) Then divide that middle pony tail in half and combine with the outer most pony tails repeating the way you did with the first row.
9.) This is what you have.
10.) Flip the first row back over the second to hide it. You can still see it. This just makes it very subtle. I added curls to finish this look. I think it gave it that little something extra that it needed. Thanks for looking!
Have a great day!

21 comments:

  1. So pretty - your girl really has beautiful hair!

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  2. I love this one! Never would have thought of it either.

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  3. I love the variations on this tpye hairdo. I think I'll give this one a try tomorrow. Thanks.

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  4. Beuuuutiful Jenn. As always. Love the curls - it really does add that extra pretty touch.

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  5. That is just adorable! I can't wait to try it on my little princess. And the curls are the perfect touch - did you use the curling iron or the flat iron?

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  6. This is beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

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  7. I LOVE IT!!! So cute and so easy! I love that, especially on days that my little Marianne takes an hour to eat her breakfast and leaves me 5 minutes to do her hair! Thanks for the great ideas!

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  8. cool! I have been waiting for your next idea...thank you!!!!!

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  9. really cute! happy u r back with more ideas

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  10. Ok random question, what kind of camera do you use? I love your finished photos of your daughter. By the way I also love your hair designs too.

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  11. UGH... I LURVE her hair!!! So good to have you back Jenn :)

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  12. SO cute! Good to see you getting back on the horse!

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  13. That is very cute. I can"t wait to try it. What is your trick to curling your daughters hair? It seems like my daughters hair doesn't curl very well. Thanks for your great blog.

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  14. This is gorgeous!! I love this one. You have such a pretty little girl with such beautiful hair. Thank you for this fantastic blog! My daughter and I are having so much fun trying these new things.

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  15. You are so amazing!! Thanks so much for your inspiration, for hair dos. I have been following girly dos, since last April I believe and have loved everything you do. My little girl is only two, but has enough hair to try this style. Thanks!!

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