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Thursday, September 22, 2011

Toddler Hairstyles, Elastic Braid Pigtails

Hairstyles for babies, toddlers and little girls.

We're doing another hairstyle that will work with short and baby fine hair today. This hairdo isn't anything unique or exciting, but oh so cute and classic. Of course, this doesn't have to be just for babies! Our 8 yr old princess wears this hairstyle either with the elastic sections alone for school, or up in pigtails/ponytails for soccer, gymnastics and dance quite a bit.

We had a few people ask about this hairstyle when we posted about The Rapunzel Wig, so we thought we better do a tutorial!
baby with pigtails We have found that elastic braid hairstyles are great for keeping baby hair in place. If she wears just a plain ponytail or pigtails... her hair will probably fall out of a style in a few hours. With some sort of elastic design added, the hairstyle will stay in place much longer. Even with naps and lots and lots of playing!
toddler hairIs there really anything cuter than a little head with piggy tails??
toddler hairstylesHope you enjoy our circus-like tutorial: ;)

27 comments:

  1. I can always count on your blog to deliver... Awesome, especially for toddlers whose hair isn't that long. This style is kid friendly and not to complicated.

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  2. Loved the video! I love putting elastic braids in my daughters' hair (ages 8, 6, & 1).

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  3. too cute!! thanks for the inspiration!

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  4. Awww so cute! I can't wait to have a little girl to do this on! I have my own blog, but I do my own hair myself. Check out my blog if you want! http://365-hairstyles.blogspot.com/

    But I really think this is so cute!

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  5. she is so cute! She has the most adorable laugh! And a really pretty hairstyle again (as usual!!) Thanks for sharing :)

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  7. Pretty little one! I would love to try it too to my little sister. :)

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  8. please keep posting cute baby hairstyles!! I love trying all you do and can't wait till my little princess has enough hair to try your bigger girl styles!! You are amazing!

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  10. I'm always amazed at how creative you are with hair.

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  11. That is cute!! I wish my daughter would let me do something with her hair!

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  12. hair regrowth for menOctober 3, 2011 at 11:21 PM

    Wow, I love that hairstyle. The baby's hair is really nice. I think it was cared so much.

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  13. That is adorable! My little girl has very fine hair!

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  14. so cute for a little girl hairstyle!

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  15. OMG HOW freaking adorable is that. Makes my baby fever worse!
    Kas

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  16. Nice post! please keep posting this type of stuff. I really like this post. This pics looks very cute. This hairstyle is very suitable for little babies as well as teen also. This is really amazing hair style. Thanks for the post.

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  17. Oh, LOVE this. I've just come upon your blog and have gotten stuck here for hours! I have a seven-month-old girl with an amazing head of hair that I don't know what to do with - refuse to cut it but can't keep it out of her eyes. Can't wait to try this - and all the others as she grows!

    Do you have any tips for getting your french braids smooth and going in the right direction? I've been braiding my own hair for years, but whenever I try to do someone else's I can't seem to get the hang of getting the hair tightly pulled into the braid, and it never seems to go where I intend, either! Is it just a matter of practice?

    Well, I'll be following! Thanks for the fun blog!

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  18. Soo cute, thanks for the help, I did this on my one year old daughter. great!

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  19. i love the ones of the pigtails obviously not for me. Im 11... but brothers friend has a little sister i think she is 3 but... WELL I DONT REALLY KNOW!thats not the point. The point is i always do your toddles hairstyles on her shes called Angela

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  20. This was one of the cutest tutorials I've ever seen! Thanks for the great, quick hairstyle idea, and letting us see that your little one can be squirmy, too! She's so sweet!

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  21. Thanks to your tutorial, I could stop stressing about what to do with my 18 month old little girl's hair for her photos! I didn't really want to get it cut, but the barrette holding it out of her face just wouldn't stay. Thanks again.

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  22. Tried it & loved it. Looks adorable

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  23. Oh gracious, so glad I found you. My 2-year-old niece has short curly super fine hair and we had no idea how to style it. This actually looks do-able! THANK YOU!

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  24. Hi I love your blog! I just found it today but I really like your idea and the tittle of your blog. I have a two year old little girl and i would love to try some of your dos but she's not one o sit still are thee any tricks to help with that?

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