PrincessHairstyles.com’s Fun Hairstyles Ideas for Girls #giveaway open worldwide

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My 6 year old has become obsessed with her hair.  She wants it fancy, and she wants it fancy in different ways each day.  Now, I love hair clips and thehairstyle ideas for girls like, but I am far from skilled in this area.  I can braid, I can french braid, and do ponytails, but that’s about the sum total of my skills.  I turned to my beloved Pinterest and was introduced to PrincessHairstyles.com and fell in love.  I “met” Kori, a mom just like me,  through a “pin” of how to do heart shaped braids into ponytails, but when I saw her book, Fun Hairstyle Ideas for Girls, I knew I was hooked.

This book is awesome.  It’s got full color, step by step illustrated instructions for 16 different hairstyles.  16 hairstyles that I wasn’t able to do before.  I can do most of them and I know I’ll be able to do all of them in time.  It took me a while to realize that keeping my daughter’s hair WET is the way to get her hair to style it’s best.  

I love this book.  I 100% think it’s worth the cost, because it helps keep from having hair boredom.  It’s so much fun to play with the different hairstyles and hair accessories, and Kori has made it SO easy for even the least talented folks (read: ME) to make hair look absolutely adorable.  Don’t you agree?  Kori also does tutorials via video and blog posts so be SURE to subscribe and/or bookmark PrincessHairstyles.com to keep up to date!!

 

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My best tips:  Get a small sized spray bottle for water.  Get some clear elastics (bags of 500 are aboutbraided headband $3.00 at Sally Beauty Supply) and a pack of mini bobby pins (also found at Sally but I think they were $3-4 for packs of 50 or 75).  I have a zippered pouch for our “hair supplies” that I keep right with our books so I can get hair done each morning without searching for things all over the house.  Keep them out of reach of your toddler.  (Trust me.  Do you know how long it takes to pick up 500 clear elastics? You do NOT want to know!!).  Follow the instructions.  Use the images to guide you.  Don’t be afraid to practice a few times. I’ve even found that because my daughter’s hair is very fine, I can’t necessarily get her ‘do to look exactly the same as the pictures, but by the 2nd or 3rd attempt at a style, I find ways to make it look just as cool as the book even with shorter hair or less than thick hair.

One reader will win a copy of Fun Hairstyle Ideas for Girls from PrincessHairstyles.com!!  This is open WORLDWIDE!!



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About the author: I’m a 30-something mom to three, brand ambassador. content creator, social media maven, blogger extraordinaire, earth lover, butcher, baker, candlestick maker (or something along those lines) – love word games, crafting, cake decorating or shooting pictures.

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  • I usually wear a ponytail, simple and easy to do!

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  • I like wearing my hair in a bun so it’s out of my face

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  • Love this book, would LOVE to have it!
    My fave way to wear my hair is long and curled with a big curling iron. I don’t usually have time to do it though.

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  • Mine is short so not much to it but I have always loved to Frenchbraid my girls and now my granddaughters hair

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  • I wear my hair down or in a ponytail.

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  • Favorite way to wear my hair is in a ponytail.

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  • I could use some ideas for my granddaughter – she’s 2 and 1/2 yo and has the thickest hair (never been cut). I am growing my hair out to donate to Locks of Love!

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  • I usually wear my hair down (after drying, straightening, etc) but sometimes in a ponytail.. it’s pretty short right now. My daughter is 5 and her hair is growing fast! I’d love to learn some cool things to do with her hair.
    Marysa {at} marysa {dot} com

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  • I usaully wear my hair in a simple french twist

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  • My favorite is ponytail :)

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  • How cool! I have 3 nieces that love getting their hair done fancy. They would love this!

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  • Thanks! I’m a pony tail girl.

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  • I like mine curly.

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  • I love to wear it down and curly

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  • I love when I iron my hair…but it takes forever! I have pretty long hair so i keep it back.

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  • My favorite hairstyle is actually a french braid love how it keeps my hair out of my face and my 2 little girls.

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  • I usualluy just leave my hair down most of the time.

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  • I have mine chin length so not a lot I can do but my daughter is finally getting into doing her hair and loves looking at pictures for new ideas

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  • it depends on my mood :)

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  • I’ve always worn my hair up. About a month ago I got my hair cut and I love it, now I wear it down more than anything!

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  • i usually just wear my hair down or a ponytail.

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  • I like putting in in two braids.

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  • I wear mine in a ponytail.

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  • I like to twist the sides up and hold with bobby pins if I don’t have time to use a curling iron.

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  • Well I genrally end up throwibg my hair up in a ponytail… but if I had the time my favorite way to wear my hair would probably be down with loose curls.

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  • I wear my hair down. That’s it! I have had the same hairstyle for 15 years- a below-the-ear bob, no bangs. It’s easy and it’s quick! Plus, my hair is fine and it won’t stay in any kind of style. :)

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  • I like to wear my hair down, blow dried into a bob. Otherwise, I love a cute ponytail when I don’t need my hair to look perfect.

    For my daughter, I used to love putting her hair into 2 braids, but she doesn’t really let me do that any more.

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  • Sloppy buns for me. My girls love their hair done “pretty” every day though!

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  • Fave way to wear hair:

    I wash it and then let it air dry about 15/20 minutes…I add curling styling gel or cream all over my head (flip over and all) then I pull it together like I will put it into a ponytail but slightly higher on my head…however, instead of using a regular hair elastic, I use a scrunchy. Yep, a scrunchy. I pull the hair almost thru but not quite and then wrap that extra hair all around the outside of the scrunchy and use bobby pins as needed (usually 2 or 3). Then, I go to bed. Have been doing this technique for a very long time, just by accident I discovered that my hair would be awesome curly when damp before bed.

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  • For me, I usually do what is easiest, but for special days, I still like the look of using Hot Rollers.

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