Little girls are so cute with freshly braided hair and cute bows that accessorize them! This 3-Braided hairstyle for little girls is super easy and fun for your little ones. This post contains affiliate links for your convenience.
Braided Hairstyles for Little Girls
I love it when I braid my girls hair but I don’t always get to take photos to show you their haristyles. Sometimes the lighting is not good or the time I braid it’s just before heading out the door. Although, so many times I find myself falling back on the “one” (meaning the up-do in a bun). It’s what we called it when I was growing up. We called it “one” because it was up in one piece. But here’s one of our girls braided hairstyles we did earlier this year. I named it 3-Braided Hairstyle for Girls because it’s only 3 braids each.
When our girls (especially our first) were little, she got her hair braided often. Now I find myself forgetting to take time to do the girls’ hair in the more fancier styles. Every once in a while, I’d sit down and braid their hair rather than throwing it up in a bun or braiding it in one braid. They usually love their hairstyles & look so cute with them:)
A Fun Thing to Do With Girls Hair During Winter
I don’t know why I never thought to share hairstyles on the blog. It’s crazy how we tend to leave out so many bits and pieces that may actually help another person. Not intentionally, though. I guess you just can’t really find time to put everything you do on here.
Anyway, this here is their back-to-school style for the New Year. It was simple but this style will stay neat in the girls hair for a few days. I didn’t do a full tutorial or video (something to consider). But during this Winter Apocalypses we’ve been having here in the country, this could be something fun to do with your girls. Try out new hairstyles as you are inside more. You and your girls would love it.
3-Braided Hairstyle for Girls Tutorial
- First, if needed, wash and dry your girls hair as normal.
- Second, gather your hair supply kit (brush, spray, comb, bows).
- Third, spray, then brush the hair backwards.
- Next, to get the hair in only 3 braids it needs to be divided into 3 even parts.
- Use the comb to separate one side of the hair, starting from the front all the way to the back (like this image).
- Once you have the first one parted, go ahead and braid it.
- Continue with the second part to braid, then final braid (you technically only need 2 parts).
- When you are done braiding, you can leave the braids hanging loosely or fold them up in a knot.
Folding Braids into a Knot
- Grab all the ends of the braids and braid them into one braid (forming a knot).
- Bring that knot upward and keeping holding it with one hand.
- Grab a bow, use the other hand to secure the knot with the bow.
Each girl picked a bow to add to their hair. We chose Winter colors since we did them then but any bow or hair clip would do. Although, it’s always fun to match the bows according to the season’s colors. One of the girls is wearing a Frozen bow with Princess Anna’s face on it.
Anyway, this here is their back-to-school style for the New Year. It was simple but this style will stay neat in the girls hair for a few days. I didn’t do a full tutorial or video (something to consider).
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