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Split French Braid Headband & Pigtails

I got the bows for this one at Oh So Girly!
Start by parting out the headband and putting the rest in piggies. Do some Inside-out french braids on both sides in the headband and add to the pigs. I was just going to braid the pigs and flip them back up to the piggies. But, my part was crooked and I wanted to hide it. So, I added in a little "Heidi."

Braid your first pig and add to the other piggies elastic.

Do the same thing on the other side. (If your daughter's hair is shorter, stop right here, curl the ends and add some bows.)

This little girls hair is too long for that, so we continued braiding the ends on both sides......

Then, flipped the braids back up through the elastics, leaving some ends out to curl.

Curl the ends, and add your bows.

Be sure to go check out Oh So Girly for some of the cutest bows/best prices around!

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  1. Love it. Love the combo of several different do's. So cute.

  2. You make that look so easy! I love it!!

  3. i love this hairdo! i want to do it on my little girl! however i am having a hard time understanding how to french braid? can we chat about it sometime?

  4. This is Toni over at Toni Talks Two, you entered one of my Giveaways a while back. What a wonderful way to spend time with your daughter.
    I "Tagged" you over at my blog, take a look

  5. Love reading your blog. I am tagging you too. Come read my blog to find out about me.

  6. This is so cute. I wish my daughter had enough hair to do stuff like this. Maybe one day. :)

  7. That is really pretty..and your little model is adorable!

  8. That is so awesome!

    Kori, You were my lucky contest winner. Please send me an email with your info and I'll get the book out to you.

    kris.noellej at gmail dot com

  9. Question about how to add the second braided piggie into the first braided piggie that is already attached. I tried to do this style on my daughter yesterday, and I couldn't figure it out (pic 4 in this did you get the elastic around the piggie that was already "tied" down?) does this question make sense?

    1. Hi, I'm not exactly sure if I am understanding your question. But, I lifted up one piece of the elastic that was tied around the first pigtail and sort of threaded the other pigtail through the loop. Hopefully that helps? Good luck!


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