Braids & Buns, Ponies & Pigtails: 50 Hairstyles Every Girl Will Love

Braids & Buns, Ponies & Pigtails: 50 Hairstyles Every Girl Will Love

Language: English

Pages: 128

ISBN: 1452151601

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

This essential resource for little girls and their parents features 50 fun styles to wear to school, parties, and playdates. Each style is accompanied by chic photography, easy-to-follow illustrations, and cross-references to other similar styles to try. This comprehensive guide also includes tips for junior hair care and advice on accessories such as clips and ribbons. From a Minnie Mouse bun for a themed birthday party to a French braid perfect for trampolining with friends, Braids & Buns, Ponies & Pigtails includes all the information parents need to create pretty styles any little girl will love.

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a small section of hair from the underside of the ponytail. Thread the larger section of the ponytail through the donut. Divide the small section of hair into three. Begin a three-strand braid (see page 25), working right then left. Braid three times, then start adding hair into the braid from the ponytail inside the donut. Add the hair to the right side of the braid only. As you braid, direct the hair to form a circle covering the donut, forming the bun, then braid to the ends. Secure with an

all, you’ll need to love hair, fashion, and style. If you have all these qualities, you’ll make one heck of a hair stylist! Good luck! The licensing requirements to register as a cosmetologist or hairdresser vary by country, so it’s best to find a school in your area. Here are some websites to follow up if you’re interested in pursuing a career as a hairdresser. Schools: Sassoon Academy (UK, USA, CANADA, AND GERMANY) London Hair Academy (UK) Saks

94107 Image credits Front cover: hair Jenny Strebe; photography Sarah Bishop; models (clockwise from top) Htoorahmu Pee, Kendall Peck, Jayden Polkus. Back cover: hair Jenny Strebe; photography Sarah Bishop; models (right to left) Tiffany Xoumhon, Eliana Brown. Contents Introduction 6 Getting Started 8 Tools 8 Hair Care 12 CHAPTER ONE Ponytails High Crown Ponytail 16 Half Ponytail 18 Ropebraid Ponytail 20 Pageant Ponytail 22 Double Braided Ponytail 24 Messy

wrapping upward, away from the elastic and covering the ponytail, so that it extends the height of the ponytail from the head. Aim to achieve 1 to 2 inches (2.5 to 5 cm) of a “sleeve” of hair as you wrap. When you come to the end of the hair, attach a bobby pin to the end and secure the sleeve by placing the bobby pin into the opening of the elastic band and the wrapped hair. Tighten the ponytail by dividing the hair in half and pulling it to the sides. Viking Braid in Ponytail Are you tired

It’s suited to thick textured hair because the twists will naturally look full. It’s also great for taming naturally wavy or curly hair and the curls look great cascading from the back ponytail. You can play this up by curling them a little more with a 11/4-inch (3-cm) curling iron. DIFFICULTY LEVEL Easy IDEAL HAIR Long; medium to thick texture; straight or wavy ACCESSORIES A cute hair ribbon, colored hair elastics, or some hair clips will really give this style the wow factor. SEE ALSO

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