Look What You've Been Up To!

I think this has to be my favorite part of hair blogging. I just LOVE seeing what YOU come up with. And holy cow, you've been busy!!!

To start off with, here's a cute criss-cross headband with a braid
Next, we have a variation on the elastic pony ribbon crosses.

I love this one. Look at these cute knots with elastic braids on the sides. Very creative!

Very cute use of ribbon here!


I had to try this twist braid style as soon as I saw it. So cute!


A very creative variation of the spider web!! I love it.





Very nice job on the twist weave and cross!


Can you believe this baby is only 18 months old? She's already got enough hair for the woven tiara!
Look how cute these ribbon braid buns turned out. And, what an adorable smile to go with it!


The heart, with added ribbon. How cute!
Some darling woven braids with a butterfly!


And last, but certainly not least. Some adorable Halloween woven dos. One of these girls was a fairy, the other was a butterfly.





Whew!! That's a lot of hair! This should keep everyone busy for awhile. I just went through a ton of email. (I hope I didn't miss anyone.) But if I did, it wasn't on purpose. Please send it again! Also, I've had a few new hair bloggers ask to be added to my links. I planned on doing that this morning while I had a few minutes, but I deleted your emails on accident while cleaning everything out!! So, if you have started hair blogging and want to be added to my sidebar, please leave me a comment with your blog address, or send me another email- I'll be happy to add you. Thanks!
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7 comments:

  1. I have a mixed feeling looking at your creativity with your DD's hair, first, I think I am thankful that i have two boys, bec I don't think I have time like yours to spend minutes if not hours doing their hair, but I envy you bec she's such a lovely with or without the hair style. she's so pretty.

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  2. what a great site, i wish this had been around when my daughters were of the age to let me do their hair. They all have really thick hair and would have been adorable in all these styles. wonderful place to visit. I'm going to send a link to it to some friends who have little girls.

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  3. in fact i'm so impressed with this blog i am going to make mention of it in my blog today!

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  4. I had to laugh at the 18 month old that has lots of hair. My girls wouldn't have but my son would if I'd stop cutting it. How unfair is that?

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  5. Wow ~ you did some awesome hair styles! And your daughter was such a good hair model! I used to love to french braid my daughter's hair, but I only had 2 or 3 syles I could do then!

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  6. Hello! This is my first visit to your blog and I instantly fell in love with your hair styles! as a kid, i used to enjoy braiding my hair and experimenting with different hairstyles along with my cousins. i will definitely try these out once my baby girl is grown and has enough hair for me to work on! Thanks for being an inspiration!

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  7. I love your blog! I wish my daughter's hair wasn't so fine and frizzy (and short!) I would love to try all of your techniques! How do you get your girls hair so smooth? My daughter has tons of fly aways. Ok, and I am just wondering if you know about the greatest tip ever...using a seam ripper to get out those itty bitty rubber bands without pulling hair or cutting it with scissors. Anyway, thanks for your blog, I love it!

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