Mini Woven Star Hairstyle

Here's another cute, quick, and easy hairstyle for school. A 5 minute hairdo!!

This hair design is similar to one of our all time favorites (the woven tiara) just simplified a little. It takes half as many elastics and less time, yipee!

star hairstyle Make 3 small ponies in the front and split them each in half. (Like the middle pony in this picture.)Take the 2 strands from the left pony and the right strand on the middle pony and lay them across her head (slanting towards the right side.) Take the remaining 3 strands and weave them through, over to the opposite side.Take the 3 strands on the right in one hand and the 3 strands on the left in the other. Tighten everything up and add some elastics to each side.

This picture is driving me nuts. I should have either tightened up the elastic on the right or loosened the elastic on the left. BUT, there's no time for redoing stuff on school mornings. Just keeping it real (again.) :)At this point you could make a ponytail, pigtails, a bun, or even leave it down. Whatever you want! We did a quick ponytail.
fancy ponytailAnd of course it always helps to add a cute bow or flower! This one came from Flowerz In Her Hair.com.
quick and easy hairstyle I have to say, I think her head looks pretty cute from the top with her little woven star!
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24 comments:

  1. Another super cute, but quick, style. Love it!

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  2. Very cute! I can't wait to try it out tomorrow morning!

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  3. I love your hairstyles. Just one question: How do you get the little rubberbands out of their hair? It's always the dread part of any hairstyle... at the end of the day when it's time to take those plastics out... I can't do it without hair breaking and being pulled. Help!

    nmcdougal at gmail dot com

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  4. I love this hairstyle. It looks like you took alot of time and it is original.

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  5. another great hair style! I love trying them out on my? 2 1/2 yr old when she sits still long enough. :0) That is why I love your quick hair styles. Hop on over to my blog for an award!

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  6. Everything you do is super cute.

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  7. Very cute! I'll have to try that one out too. My daughter wants "fancy" hair some days and basic hair other days so it works out well. Some days it's literally just a section pulled off her face with an elastic and a bow! I dread the days she insists on a headband because they just don't stay in well. But that's one she can do "herself".
    For the other commentor's question on getting the elastics out - I cute them! I pull up one strand of it and snip it with scissors. I was pulling too much hair out of my DD's head pulling them out. They can't be re-used anyway. At least not the cheap-o ones I buy. We use too many!

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  8. Nikki,

    I agree with mom anonymous, sometimes it's easier to just cut them out. We use a seam ripper. If I want to save the elastics I'm using, I make sure not to get them super tight when I'm putting them in. Good luck!!

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  9. this looks gorgeous!!! I need some mini rubber bands.

    trisha
    momdot.com

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  10. Very cute! I love the flower too!

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  11. Wow that is so cool and beautiful. I wish I had a little girl to do that on.

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  12. woah now thats what i call a hair-dooo lol

    Matt
    http://itsallfreeonline.com

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  13. So cute, hopefully I'll have a little girl one day!

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  14. Very cute! I don't know what I'm going to do when/if I have a girl... I have been consumed with boys!!!

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  15. Oh I love the addition of the big beautiful flower. One of these days my daughter will get more than a puff of hair on her head and I'll actually be able to put all these great techniques to use.

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  16. That is so cute! I might try this on my oldest! :)

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  17. This is great! You couldn't have a more cuter and eager model to do these adorable hairstyles on!:)

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  18. Beautiful! You are SOOO talented!
    Kas

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  19. Just love this one , nice and simple but elegant ! can i ask you Wear you get her hair accessories from? I need to find some for my girl

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  20. I really like this one. I did a star on my daughter last week while she was home from school. I put the center ponytail a little higher than the 2 sides, so I got a more "defined" star shape. Hope that helps:)

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  21. I want to quote your post in my blog. It can?
    And you et an account on Twitter?

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  22. don't you guys have the little material covered elastics over in the USA?

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  23. Awwww how cute! It would be better if you made a video, It could help people understand even clearer.

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