Double Hearts and a Side Pony

This is a 2 for 1 Valentine's Day Hairstyle!!

Start by making a diagonal part from one side in front of her ear, to behind the other ear. Do an upside down pull-through (if you don't know how to do that, click on the "video" link under "quick search" to watch the video. It's the exact same thing, just flipping the opposite direction.) Split in half, and braid each piece.Make another diagonal section with your elastic more towards the middle of her head this time.Do an upside down pull-through in this section as well.Form a heart with the braids in the first section and band together at the bottom with an elastic. Shove the ends through the middle of the pull-through in the second section until the elastic is hidden.Split the second section in half. Braid each section and form another heart. Bring everything together at the bottom into a side pony.Add a bow if you want. I got this bow here. (It actually matched the first shirt we had on today, not so much now.)


For a simpler version (which I actually prefer.) Follow the same steps above, just make one heart and 2 sections instead of 3. We did this as a side pony, you could center it and make a regular pony if you prefer.

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12 comments:

  1. Ok, so I am LOVING all of these heart hair do's. THey are so fun and soooo cute! I know this might be a large request but could you do a "re-cap" of all the hearts together? Just one photo of each? Maybe this might be something that would be fun for all of you bloggers to collaborate on? I really appreciate all of the time you put in to do this blog.

    Thanks again!

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  2. I am loving this! How cute. Seriously, how do you come up with this stuff!? You're a hair artist, that's for sure.

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  3. I did this do this morning except I only did 1 heart. It turned out sooo cute! It worked for my daughters hair so much better flipping the hair up through first then braiding it. Thank you for all of the cute do's!

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  4. I am new to your blog, and just LOVE it I have 3 girls & am always looking for new fun hair styles, thank you for a great selection! I had to show my 8 year old daughter your blog she was jumping up & down with joy :)

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  5. I checked out your blog because I am hair impaired. Now seeing how cute and creative YOU are with hair, I am definitely more impaired than I thought. Perhaps I am teachable though? I might have to try that do on my own princess.

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  6. I did this on my DD this morning!Too cute! Thanks! Wanted to let you know that you won my contest! You won the dragonflies!

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  7. This looks so easy! thank you! my DD's bday is on valentines so i will have to try this out!

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  8. Oh my heck! I love this. I have sturggled trying to find a way to get my heart shapes to stay. You are brilliant! Do you know that?

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  9. I suprised my daughter with a heart in her hair this morning. She couldn't see it so I had to take a picture for her. LOL She has short hair so it is a smaller heart but she loved it.

    This is by far my fav way to do a hair heart.

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  10. This is so cute! I tried it on my older DD and she loved it so much! I hope you don't mind, I blogged about it and linked it back here. Thanks so much!

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  11. Sorry, I was going to leave a link, but forgot!
    http://mickismenagerie.blogspot.com/2009/02/we-woke-up-to-snow-this-morning.html

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  12. OMG, love this!! I cant belive the awesome hair styles. I'm going to have fun trying these. Can't wait to try it on my neices. Thank you so much for keeping this up. I have a hard time coming up with what to do for their hair, this really helps.

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