5 Minute Hairstyle

quick hairstyle for girls Need to be out the door in 5 minutes? This one's for you! (And literally, we had 5 minutes to do this one, so don't mind the crooked parts and frizzies. :)

Part out a box on top of her head and split it in half diagonally. Put the half towards the back of her head in an elastic.
Split the front section in two and tie a knot like you are starting to tie a shoe.Bring both ends back to the elastic and secure with another elastic over the same spot.Add a cute bow. This one came from Kayte Bug Boutique.
five minute hairstyle for little girls The rest of her hair was wavy from a French Braid the day before. We didn't even touch it.

I'm guessing this hairstyle would work for short hair as well!
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18 comments:

  1. Too cute!! I love it!

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  2. LOL- Okay I do this one in my hair ALLLLLL the time. I don't do it angles or in front, but in back--- and it is quick and cute and I love it--- and you just used it on a little girl--- I think I need to grow up and stop doing my hair like a little girl.

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  3. wow ur so talented :)

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  4. Let me just say I am absolutely in love with your blog. I've been stalking it for a while and this is my first time commenting. Anyway, my daughter's hair is not just short but super fine, thin and all sorts of lengths. This one I could do on her. Also, I make all my girl's bows. I would really like to make a bow for your daughter and all that gorgeous hair. I've wanted to for a while. Would you please email me and you can let me know what colors you don't have or would like? I would imagine she has a swell collection. Anyway, thanks for doing this blog and sharing your talent with us moms out there.
    gremlin777@hotmail.com

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  5. Love it! I think we all need to be posting more of these quick 5-minute hairdo's! I am getting quite a few requests for those and mom-do's!

    Mindy
    Adopt a 'Do - Cute Girls Hairstyles

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  6. This is such a cute blog and I love all the great ideas and step by steps. I just wish that my 3 year old girl and my 2 year old girl had more hair so that I could do some of these.

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  7. OK, I found this new hair fobbie, and I just HAD to share with you! You have some of the cutest hair stuff for the Princess I've seen in ages, and I thought you'd enjoy this new idea...go check it out! (no, I don't get a comission, I just enjoy your blog, and thought of you when I saw it...) http://heatherbailey.typepad.com/trash_ties/the-basics-long.html

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  8. Love the bow!! Thanks for the credit!!

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  9. This is my new favorite! I am such an amateur--my poor daughter. I can't even french braid her hair, so sad! BUT I can do this!!! She has been wearing her hair like this all week long because it's the only thing I can do! Plus, she won't let me do anything that takes more than 5 minutes! Thanks!!!

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  10. I love this. But I have a question as to after you have the not with the back protion would briading the rest work too?

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  11. I really do love this little hairstyle. It looks so easy to do but looks so pretty! My darling princess is still getting hair on her little bald head, so it may be years before I'm able to do this one, but trust me. . . I will someday! Your blog gives me great ideas and is so fun.

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  12. What a fantastic idea! I'm not very good at doing my girls' hair and we're always runnning short on time in the morning. I'm totally trying this tomorrow! I'm so glad I found this blog - thanks for all the great ideas!

    I hope you don't mind if I link up to you with some of your pics! Thanks!

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  13. Good Idea, thanks for sharing it.

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  14. I never thought of that! So cute!

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