One Flippy Ponytail

For those mornings when time is of the essence.

Once upon a time, a little girl wanted to strike her ashen locks.

There was much sorrow in the land.

Time passed, and the ashen locks grew and the tresses regained their former luster.

And joy and happiness abound.

The End

Flippy Ponytails

Divide the hair into two ponytails, on your last pull through the elastic, only pull it through partway. Then curl the ends. Her hair is almost too long for this.

Back view

Front view (she is a little sleepy in this)

French Twist

Why do so many hair styles start with "French"?

3 into 2=

A cute hairdo.

I stole this idea from The Lazy Organizer. She is super talented in EVERYTHING! This is a super cute little girls hairdo. I have done a similar one that involves a lot more elastics and a hand that is a lot more sore.

Split the hair into three ponytails across the hairline. Split the middle one into two and form two ponytails behind the three. Pull the side ponytails and 1/2 of the split ponytails together with the newly formed ponytails. Add some cute bows and VOILA!

Ready for Church

This is a French braid from her part and then secured and pulled into a ponytail. This is one of our standbys for church. I like their hair to look nice and sleek for church.

Sorry about the blur. It isn't always easy catching a picture of a busy 3-year old. We did two knots in the front half of her head and pulled it into a ponytail in the back and topped it off with a red flower. I am in love with flowers in their hair.