Front Braid

I am in love with simple hair do's right now. So this one top shelf for me.
Start with an exaggerated side part. Square out a section in back and secure it out of the way.
On the front part you are going to braid it side ways.Just go across the top as long as the forehead is wide. and then continue all the way down and secure with a rubber band.
You know those fly aways you get when you don't braid with wet hair? Well spray the braid with hair spray. Then rub your hand down and around the braid and this will help it to lie flat.
Just like that. Now you are going to anchor that back and under the hair.
Divide out a section where you want to anchor this hair do.
Secure and take out the rubber band that was holding the braid.
Let the hair down and you have a simple cute hair do.
I love this girl!

13 comments:

  1. I think that is just about my favorite one!!! So easy & quick & can be done in just a couple of minutes. I love it!!!! My little Tinkerbell's hair isn't long enough for braids yet but when I drop her off at daycare with whatever cute style I've put her in all the other girls want me to fix their hair. So I usually do 4 other's girls hair & have to get them all done in under 10 minutes. This one is it for the next time!!!!!

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  2. OMG!!! So cute!! I am going to try this one on my girls for Church.

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  3. I did this on my daughter yesterday, and this morning it still looked nice so I just flatiron-curled her hair and backcombed it a bit at the crown and she's beauty-queen-gorgeous! Thanks for a great 'do!!

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  4. ♥ CUTE!!! I've lost my hair mojo!!!

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  5. once again...Adorable and I will try it tomorrow!

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  6. This is so cute! I did it on my daughter's hair yesterday, only I did a regular braid, although it didn't come out as well as I would have liked. Today I did it again but did an inside-out braid like you showed, and it looked great! I will definitely be doing this often!!! :o)

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  7. This is adorable - I did this on my daughter for school today, and it is so cute! This will definitely be one of my new favorites - I have 4 girls, so quick and easy is best for me!

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  8. I tried this on my 6 year old daughter, and even though I don't braid as pristine as you do... it still looked really cute! thanks for the great ideas as always!!!!

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  9. I just found your blog and love it! I can't wait to try a few different hair styles!

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  10. Absolutely adorable. I wish my daughter's hair was long enough for this. She's six and still has fine hair that isn't very long.

    Blessings,
    Mel
    Please feel free to stop by: Trailing After God

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  11. Help a braid newbie...is that just a regular braid or is it a french braid or what?

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    1. You could do either, but it is a dutch braid on this one.

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  12. when you anchored it back -- I'm confused. Did you use a hair band again, then take out the first one? or how was it anchored and why does the first hairband need to come out? thanks

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