For Kimberly

A few posts back I got an assignment. (tee-he) And I put a lot of thought into this for you Ms. Kimberly and this is what I came up with. Use it if you want. Just know I had you in mind here. Scroll to the bottom of this post for the back do. I did this one backwards a little. Sorry 'bout that.

Start with three pony tails one high (this one has the least amount of hair. And the two low that are just your regular piggy tails. No crazy parts or anything just good old fashioned parting. And the best part is that if you can't part straight you'll never know.

Also---- the reason I did this in three was to make it BIG. Spiral up the hair.And pin them loosely into place with bobby pins. If you use the "X" technique you will find that it holds very well.
Once you've done both piggy tails work that last pony tail into the bundle of curls.
Then we move on to what makes this hair style what it is. Take a very loooonnnnnng piece of ribbon. I say long because you want to make sure you get enough. Divide it in half and place it in the middle of a bobby pin so you can weave this ribbon into the hair.Start wherever.And start looping it in the hair. Use more bobby pins to hold the hair in place. Loop and loop over and over all over the place.And THIS is what you get.Pretty.
If you like this hair do make sure and tell Kimberly thanks.

24 comments:

  1. I really like this do, but I think my girls hair is to long, but we might try it anyway. I really am sorry that people actually have enough time in the day to make your life yucky,come on! And on that same note, I LIKE the new banner!

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  2. Hello
    It has a nice blog.
    Sorry not write more, but my English is bad writing.
    A hug from my country, Portugal

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  3. That is way cute!! So is your little girl!

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  4. Very creative. Love it. Thanks to whomever Kimberly is for getting your creative juices flowing for this one! :)

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  5. Jenn! She looks like a perfect little wrapped package! What fun for like a birthday party or something like that!

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  6. I absolutely love this hair do. I may venture trying it out for church today. Thanks for all the work you do on this blog! I'm more of a silent follower, but I thought I should tell you how much I love this!

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  7. LOVE IT!!!! It's super cute! Couldn't convince my little ones to try it today, but I'll get em!

    We've tried plenty of your others!

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  8. oooo that is prrrreeeeetyyyy! really nice :)
    Hugs
    Cree

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  9. AHHH! I love it! So pretty. This is definately going on one (or both) of my girls next Sunday. I love it! You're one of my heros!

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  10. I love this one!!! Totally cute!!! Thanks Jen!!!

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  11. LOVE IT!! I am very impressed. I will be trying this one next Sunday:)

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  12. Oh wow! I could have used that style on my girls for Christmas. It's very beautiful!

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  13. Thanks so much Jen I will definatly give this a try only thing is it might not work on Katybug with her tight curls. Def a cute style and would work great on my Mushie.

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  14. adorable!
    I do something similar with clients for little girls in weddings, but it is one pony tail at the nap of the neck, you then seperate hair into five sections, one is a loop in the middle and then the other four are looped similar to how you have it but smooth into four sections. It ends up looking like a flower at the nap of their neck or back of the head. It is always a fav for little girls and pretty easy

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  15. This is absolutely darling! Your cute little model looks like a pro!

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  16. Hey, very cute do! I've been meaning to tell you ... I use the bobby pin (or barette) the same way you used it with the riboon. Except I use it to re-thread my daughters short hairs in the front back into a french braid. It works really well in the morning to extend the life of some braids I put in the day before w/o having to rebraid them.

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  17. I love the way that you weaved the ribbon through her hair. It makes it look so delicate.

    Audrey
    www.hairbetweenmyfingers.blospot.com

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  18. Awsome! I just did a "dry" run of this - I'm going to do it on my 9 year old for her part as a fairy in a school play! It's looking VERY nice. Thanks so much!

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  19. I just wanted to know that I linked to you on my very first post of my new blog: http://funfrillsnmore.blogspot.com/
    Thanks for you inspiration!

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  20. So cute! This will be PERFECT with a tiara for my little princess thanks so much

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  21. Super CUTE!! Missed this the first time, I think I will try this on my daughter for an upcoming Flower Girl event!! :)

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  22. Absolutely GORGEOUS! and looks fairly simple to manage! lol! I'll have to give it a try! :D

    Thank you!
    ~Karli

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  23. New visitor to your site and I love it! This is an absolutely adorable up-do. Wonder if it'll work with my daughter's long hair. Will have to play around with it and try.

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  24. Trying this one for x ma's this year.. Will post pics after.. Thanks for all your help and influence this year!! Hope your family has a wonderful holiday..

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