Hairstyling Readers!

I thought it would be a good day to show off some of the stuff YOU have done recently. I love seeing our hairstyles on all different kinds of hair and from all over the place! I also love seeing the new ideas you guys come up with. It always makes my day when someone takes the time to send in pictures of their hair doing adventures. :)

Let's begin!

First off, this mom and model did an excellent job with the Quick Flower Bun. This little girl has shoulder length hair and it still worked!

Next up: Someone was brave enough to try the Basket Woven Hairstyle! (And as you can see, it turned out awesome!!) Of everything we've done on this hair blog, this has to be one of my top 5 favorites.

And......I know this is a guest post, but have to throw these in. :) We did this one again just the other day for church and I couldn't stop myself from taking some pictures even though it's already been posted! So, here's the Princesses twin pictures to go with our guest poster. :)

Now, for those of you who love to use beads, here are some very cute new beading ideas!

I love this one!! This smart mom combined the Cinderella Bun Hairstyle with the Candy Stripes Hairstyle. An adorable combination!

Here's a cute new twisted style to try.

Some darling heart hair and bantu knots for toddlers!

A fun Star Hairstyle. I'm loving how she did that braid across the top of the star. Cute!

A cute variation of the woven tiara (and darling shades.)

These pictures came all the way from the Philippines. How cool is that? What a darling and unique hairstyle to spice up that school uniform!!

Another fun variation of the woven tiara. And oh my goodness, I love these curls! Our guest poster said these curls were made by twisting the hair first, and then wrapping them around a curler. I have to try it!!

More cute beads and barrettes!

Another one of our top five favorites! The Woven Piggies. *Funny story: Since we posted this hairstyle a little over a year ago, I've actually seen it "around" a few times!! I've wondered if the people I saw with this hairstyle were blog readers, but I didn't dare ask. :) I never get tired of seeing this one, it's just too cute.

And last but not certainly not least.... Here we have the side ponytail with something extra. (I'm loving that cute flower.)
Great job everyone! Thank you so much to everyone who sent in pictures this round! I hope I didn't leave anyone out. I have a hard time keeping everything organized in my email!

If anyone else has pictures they would like to share, feel free to send them in!
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  1. loving all of these but i have a question to you or to your other readers....i have a black daughter and would love to use beads to finish off her braids and twists, but i have no clue how to make them stay in, any suggestions?????

  2. You certainly are inspiring as evidenced by these pictures.

    I'm a work-from-home dad with daughters 6 and 4 and struggle with hair almost daily. I can do the basics and I even pulled off your Pretzel Braid once, on my long-haired 6-year-old. But mostly I just look through your fantastic blog and dream about one day being able to do that to my girls' hair. Anyway, thanks for providing such awesome hairstyles.

    LB from

  3. I love your blog and have been doing your hairstyles on my four year old daughter. She has gorgeous waist length hair. I will have to send you photos of them! Thanks for all of your work in your blog - love it!!

  4. Vera, here is a video showing how we: keep beads in If anyone else has another way, please share!

  5. hi where i can show off my daughter's hairstyle?? also from the philippines... eventhough the contest is over.tnx!

  6. anonymous,

    You can send your pictures in email to: hair4myprincess at yahoo dot com.

  7. I loveeee all the hair styles on this site. I dont have children & i never wanted any girls in the future but this site makes me want a daughter just to style her hair lol. I have done similiar styles on my little cousin's hair though. Your site is great.

  8. Love the pictures. That is what I miss most about my daughter since she's grown. I can't play with her hair. lol

  9. I'm so happy I found this blog! (through the MomDot FB linky page) These hairstyles are gorgeous and I can't wait to try them on my daughter's hair!!!

  10. Aww im glad you liked our bead styles enough to show them!! We love beading in our house!!

    Anyone looking for instructions on beading hair can feel free to check out my blog as well!

    LOVE your blog!! It has insprired many of the designs we do in our girls' hair!