Double Diamonds Quick Hairstyle

Nothing too new or extravagant. But, fairly quick and cute!
Start with 4 ponies in the front.

Make those 4 ponies become 3 ponies, like this........
Then, 2 ponies. This is why we are calling this one double diamonds........
Add some bows if you want. All Done........

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22 comments:

  1. So pretty! I am going to try that out on my daughter!

    Thanks!

    Jen

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  2. That is so pretty and so simple, I love it! Thanks!

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  3. so pretty! can't wait to try it!

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  4. I really like this one!

    I wanted to tell you that you have reminded me how much I love doing my little girls hair. After the bigger girls started doing their own and time seemed to be filled with other things I somehow let that go. (not that they didn't get spiffed up, just not much more than a ponytail) Now I am enjoying this aspect of motherhood again. Thanks!

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  5. My cousin's wife referred me to your blog. I have 2 girls, (4 & 2). Both love wearing their hair like a "princess". Thanks for the great, creative ideas! P.S. We already LOVE the messy, sideways braid/bun!!

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  6. I love that!! I wish my princess' hair would grow faster so I can try all these cute ideas.

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  7. I so wish this had been around when my daughter was younger. She is 11 now, almost twelve, and acts 16. She is too "cool" for mom to play with her hair now..*sigh* enjoy it while you can!

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  8. Ok, that's cute and I think I could actually do that one. :)

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  9. You have such creative hairstyles. I can't wait till my little actually grows some hair.

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  10. Oh my goodness!! I found you through another blog and I'm so excited! I'm always wondering how cute hair happens and have even looked for books to do my seven year olds hair. Thank you thank you for sharing your ideas!!!! much love, marci

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  11. I love this - a great, simple and fast version of the nets. Thanks!

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  12. Aw! I wish I had girls to do pretty things with their hair! Alas, I have 3 boys with short, boy hair! You have some really cute and great ideas!

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  13. Hey. I need you to email me your family blog again. I lost my link. If you don't mind.

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  14. You are truly sooo talented! I have told several friends who have girls about your site since I am a boy mommy. Love this one!

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  15. This is a great one. One mornings when things are running crazy I will try this one. I love your site and all your adorable hairdos. Thanks.


    www.mydaughtershair.blogspot.com

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  16. I tried this one on my daughter's hair today with hot pink ribbons and ponies. It looked great! Her teacher told her it was the cutest hair she had ever seen and my daughter was thrilled. I'm not the best at doing hair, so this blog has helped me a ton. Thanks so much!

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  17. how do you get the part so perfect? is there a trick?

    trisha

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  18. Tooooo cute!! But I could never get my child to stay still long enough! :)

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  19. Thank you, now I can try it on my daughter. Always looking for new styles for her. Coming from MomDot!

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  20. I love this, but my daughters complain that all the little rubber bands hurt their head. Is there a trick to making their hair pretty, without being uncomfortable?

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