School Day Hairstyle - And A Time Saving Tip

As requested..... one of our quick hairstyles for school mornings! This one took me 8 minutes, so not too bad.

quick hairstyle for school Notice her hair is still wet. Yep, I sent her to school that way. Am I a bad mom??

hairstyles for girls
quick hairstyle Just part out 3 little sections and make some french twist braids. Bring them all together with an elastic and add a bow, that's it!

back to school hairstyleK, here's my time saving tip of the day. :) (Besides not drying her hair.) Normally when you start a french braid you would start right at the top of the part. To save a few minutes, start the braid back a few inches in each section like this........
quick hairstyle for girls As you can see, there are really only a couple of twists in each braid, it really goes fast this way and looks cute besides!
This one actually looks quite a bit cuter after it has had time to dry and get a little messy at school. A cute messy type do!
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16 comments:

  1. Thats a cute one and only 8 minutes. Would take me 8 minutes to chance my girl. I think your little one is going to the the prettiest hair this year at school . Hope you have great day.

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  2. What a cute style! How are you guys enjoying 1st grade? That was a hard transition year for us going from part to full time.

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  3. Very cute! Thanks for the time saving tips. I sent my girl to school with wet hair too. I don't think you're bad.

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  4. Really Cute! I'm just impressed you had time to give her a bath in the morning.

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  5. super cute! Have to give it a try

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  7. way cute and i sent my daughter to school with wet hair this morning so if you are a bad mom, then i guess i am too!!!

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  8. You are all bad moms that sent your little ones to school with wet hair- just kidding. I do it too, but not in the winter.

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  9. Okay, girl. Your quick and simple hair do's are extravagent for most of us. So keep posting!!!

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  10. Denise,

    She has loved first grade so far. I was a little worried it would be a long day for her but she seems to be doing fine. Her favorite part? Choosing chocolate milk at lunch time!

    *I'm glad I'm not the only one sending my kids to school with wet hair! And no, I don't do it during the winter either. Her hair would be covered in ice by the time she got inside! The joys of living in the mountains. :)

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  11. I love it. So cute but since I only have a 1 year old son will pass on to my friends.

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  13. I just found your site and have spent 2 hours reading the whole thing. My daughter also starts 1st grade this year and wants new styles for her waist length hair. Thank you so much for the inspiration!

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  14. I love you blog! Thanks so much for sharing...this is so fun. I have always loved doing hair from the time I was 9, and now I have a princess of my own to beautify. One category that I would like to request be added to the list is hearts...I'm having a hard time finding all of the variations you have. :) Thanks again!

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  15. This is great! My Naya's Birthday is next week and I wanted a new hairstyle.

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  16. Thank you for sending me over to check out this blog. I got some great ideas on how to style my little girls hair. And no. I don't think your a bad mom for sending your daughter to school with wet hair. If I did, that would make me a bad mom too! ;)

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