If you have little daughters in your home, there will always be drama, difficult to find a bobby pin and a ponytail holder, and braid is the skill you have to practice. You might not master a traditional braid though you can weave those three strands of hair with eyes closed. Here are some tips to help you make simple hair styles for girls that are easy to follow.
Make sure you wash the hair before starting making simple hair styles. It can help the style stay in position longer and styling the girls hair much easier using the right products. the combing out will be less puzzling and less hurting for you and for them using a mild detangling spray. Choose Shampoos and Conditioners for children to help you caring and styling their hair. Use the Shampoo and Conditioner to wash hair. Apply the leave-in conditioner to nourish. Use a gentle wide-tooth comb to comb out. To avoid lots of sniffling and desperate, apply the detangling spray as needed.
Washing the day before is ideal when you are going to braid the girls’ hair. It can be more slimy and flimsy braiding clean hair, so the braids don’t stay in. Before you braid, having your fingertips wet is another great tip to help you retain the braids silky and flat and keep hair from sliding. For larger braids, it is best to choose the traditional elastic pony tail holders. But, to keep the style tight the whole day, it is best to use clear hair elastics if you want to make smaller simple hair styles like the French half up braid–small.
Half-Up French Braids
This is one of simple hair styles. Split a small piece of hair from upper corner of the part into three strands. Starting at the right-most strand, the strands are called 1, 2 and 3. Begin putting strand 1 above strand 2 and tug snug. Place strand 3 above strand 1 and tug snug. Put a thin piece of hair to strand 3 from the side of the head. Keep any strands of hair flat and straight when joining and there is no bump at all. Braid them in and tug snug.
Add a new piece of hair from the upper of the head with the outer strand. Keep working this, always dragging snug until you are midway down the head. Make an easy 3-strand braid to complete the remaining length of hair. Use small, clear elastic to fasten and repeat the same steps for the other side. To make even braids, braid a bit further than on that side if your child has an off-set portion. Use the small elastic to gather the finished second braid at the rear. Now your daughter can enjoy these simple hair styles.