This one is really self-explanatory… It’s easy to make too if u get your toddler to sit still. I had to take help from the princess and lure her with two toothbrushes.. and finally my cell phone (which as always she promptly threw on the ground)
Make a partition in the front tie a loose pony tail. Then using a U-Pin, pull the hair through the pony tail. I really wanted to take a picture of this step but I just couldn’t get Bee to sit still. Hope u understand from the pic below.
Then part that pony in to two and add them to the other two pony tails (the pink rubber bands) and then combine all that into one last pony tail below.
My mom loved it so much when she saw it. more than that she liked how Bee sat still through it…
This was done on April 20. We had Puja here in my mom’s colony. The instructions can be found here.
I made micro braids in the front to keep away the fly-away hair. In the last section, instead of curling her tail end, i braided them too and wrapped them around the bun. And yes minus the spiders 🙂
This one i did yesterday for an engagement party. I started with a dutch braid on the front and continued braiding once all the hair was added. I made a circle of this braid on her head like a crown. Like so:
Then i made a braid of the remaining hair and rolled it like a flower and pinned it completely all over so that it doesn’t fall off with all the running around that she usually does…
In the end added that little flower pin and it looked cute…
Last Saturday I tried this hairstyle on my princess. Its called the ladder braid and the tutorial can be found here. I didn’t follow the exact instructions so my princesses hair “ladder” looks all loose. Moreover although I had started with wet hair, by the time I finished one side, her hair had almost dried and I had to work with whatever I got.
later she git bored so I took her hair into a pony tail and wrapped this “ladder” around it.
Making her sit in front of the TV makes her a lot more patient than making her sit in front of a mirror 🙂