Easy Peasie

Since Beans has decided to grow her bangs out we have needed a few hair do's to keep them out of her eyes. I have school at nights and she goes to the baby sitters house, so keeping her hair out of her face and doing so in a simple way is important. This one is a no brainer easy one, but we had to share it with everyone who sometimes just needs an easy hair do-- or one that keeps the hair out of her face while it is growing out.

Start by parting out your bangs, You want some long hairs in this front braid as well so part back into the longer hair by making a rounded football shape.
Braid the hair any way you would like. French braid, two strand... which ever you choose. This is a five strand french braid. I will be making a video on the five strand braid shortly, I just need a night off from school and a helpful husband to hold the camera. So hopefully I can get it done this weekend. Five strand braids rock! I also have a handful of other braids to show off--- boy am I behind on posts and such.
Next with the back section you are going to pull it back into high pig tails.
Repeat the same braid you did in front half way down the hair and spiral the left down ends. Like I said this is an easy-peasie no-brainer hair do, but it might just be what ya needed today. Have a great Wednesday.

16 comments:

  1. Love it! I know how to do the 5 strand braid, but I am not oh so creative in using it... usually it is just a 5-strand french braid, so this will be fun to try!

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  2. So cute! I'll be looking forward to that tutorial on the 5-strand braid!!

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  3. VERY cute! Can't wait to find out how to a 5 strand braid... hope I'm able to accomplish it. I'm still pretty shaky on a regular french braid! :)

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  4. That is totally cute! I have never even heard of a five-strand braid. Can't wait to see it! :)

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  5. cute---I use this site for braiding intructions, it's a great aid for all those weid style braids. http://www.dreamweaverbraiding.com/

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  6. WHAT THE HECK!!!!???!!!! How is it that it takes ALL my effort to make a great looking frenchbraid...and then people come along and can pull off this? I do love how her bangs look. It would take me 2 hours to do that 5 strand frenchbraid:)

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  7. I love the easy ones, Jen! More, more, more! The accent braid from the front makes it all the better!

    Mindy

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  8. My daughter is 2 & I too am growing her bangs out. My favorite style that looks so hard to do is to do a tuck with the bangs. I don't even know what it's called, lol. I loosely pull her bangs & a few longer hairs into a baby ponytail holder & then split it & flip it to face the back. Sometime's I'll do it on either side & then I put her hair back into whatever else, 1/2 piggies, whole piggies or even a whole ponytail. By tucking it under it prevents the little hairs from sticking up. :) Love the hair do's I pass your link on constantly on my facebook page.

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  9. DUH I can email you a picture if you would like. nreyn1@amfam.com

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  10. I love that! I can do a 4 strand braid, but not a french 4 strand. I can't even imagine how to do a 5 strand braid....I don't have enough fingers, lol.

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  11. Looks cute. But, ack! 5-strand french braid!! I'm barely getting the hang of a regular french braid! You're awesome!

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  12. Love this style. I did it on my princess and it was a hit.

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  13. the extra detail up front is so nice!!
    Cant wait to see the five strand braid video.

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