St. Patrick's Day Hairstyle

I had a request from someone in email for a St. Patricks hair idea. So, here you are...



I just used this heart hairstyle, making 3 hearts instead of one to form a clover.
After thinking about it, there are lots of different ways you could make a clover in someone's hair. Have fun experimenting with this...... see what you can come up with!!
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15 comments:

  1. Thank you! That chocolate looks so good! Cute hair as well.

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  2. That is so cute. Thanks for the chocolate tip too.

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  3. that's super cute, and you bet I want some chocolate!

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  4. chocolate looks yummy- that is a super cute idea to use hearts to make the shamrock!

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  5. Hair is cute, chocolate looks yummy, but mostly wanted to comment on your gorgeous sponged-red wall! Wish I was talented enough to do that, but all I could come up with is this. Love it!

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  6. I am definitely going to use this hairstyle on my little girl! Just a quick question: How do you get your daughter's hair to curl so well? My daughter's hair is thin, and I want it to curl, just it doesn't hold the curl in. I need your help!

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  7. That's a neat idea-my daughter's birthday is on st. Patricks day,(she'll be 9) so she's been after me to play around with her hair and come up with something. Now I have at least one idea to try out, in addition to the one I've already been working with in my head.

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  8. That is talent! I fix my daughters hair everyday, but I could never do that Im quite sure. Love your blog and found you thru ecard. Hope you dont mind if I follow along.
    Feel free to stop by and visit us at Fort Thompson anytime. You are always welcome!

    God Bless

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  9. Cute hair. And thanks for the free chocolate - woo hoo!

    By the way, thanks for visiting my site last week when I was featured on SITS!

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  10. Perfect! Thanks so much for the shamrock hair! My daughter will love it!

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  11. Angela's Accessories,
    I actually use a flat iron to curl her hair! It works much better than a curling iron in my opinion. You just wrap the hair around the iron, then pull it down the piece of hair. (The same way you would curl curling ribbon using scissors.) Does that make sense?

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  12. I have trouble doing this hairstyle no matter how hard i try to make a heart shape it always falls out.

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  13. I have trouble doing this hairstyle no matter how hard i try to make a heart shape it always falls out.

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  14. This awesomely cute!!
    I LOVE your ideas!!
    You are so talented!!

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