I’ve partnered with Target to inspire moms (and kids) to get excited about back-to-school. A new school year may be intense, but it’s the little details and personal touches that make it awesome! Today we’re sharing 10 easy hairstyles for little girls that won’t add any extra prep time to your already crazy mornings!
One of the things I love most about having little girls is the fun chance I get every day to do their hair. From the time both of my girls were born, they’ve rocked headbands, pigtails, braids and bows and their hair is neatly brushed before we leave the house. On days when I have all morning to create a perfect polished hairstyle, we get creative with all kinds of braids and twists.
But I’m a mom of 5, and usually our mornings aren’t filled with extra time to perfectly pin or curl each strand of hair, especially weekday mornings when we are getting ready for school. This is why I find it extremely helpful to have a short list of go-to hairstyles that take 5 minutes or less from start to finish!
Want to see my list? In no particular order, here are my Top 10 Easy Hairstyles for Little Girls. I’ve used my own little model to illustrate each idea, but the link to the original tutorials will be under each picture.
Top 10 Easy Hairstyles for Little Girls
1. The Tripod // The Rehomesteaders
2. Messy Bun & Headband // Latest Hairstyles
3. Simple Side Braid // Latest Hairstyles
5. Loopy Bun // Babes in Hairland
6. Feeling Knotty // We See Rainbows
7. Triple Knots // Variation of Girly Do Hairstyles
8. Ballerina Double Side Buns // Latest Hairstyles
9. Quick Cute Braids // Girly Do Hairstyles
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So there you have it! Ten EASY Easy Hairstyles for Little Girls- do you have a favorite?
It doesn’t take a lot of time to to look put together, often times the easy styles are the ones that look best anyway!
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Target Back To School. The opinions and text are all mine.
This post originally published on Somewhat Simple in August 2014.