Over 70 Beautiful and Easy Hairstyles for Girls

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Over 70 Beautiful and Easy Hairstyles for Girls. These are hairstyles that your daughter can wear to school. Included are braids, ponytails, up dos, buns, pigtails, and half-up dos.

 

Over 70 Beautiful and Easy Hairstyles for Girls. These are hairstyles that your daughter can wear to school. Included are braids, ponytails, up dos, buns, pigtails, and half-up dos.

 

I taught myself how to braid using my Rainbow Bright doll when I was in first grade. That was the start of me doing hair in every toy I had with hair. Fast forward to motherhood and now I have three daughters I get to do hair on every single day. One of my favorite ways to play as a child has been able to become my reality in motherhood!

 

I am a person who really likes variety in many aspects of my life, and a hairstyle is one of those. I like to do many different styles on my girls and myself. We take photos of what we do so we can visually look through the options when choosing what to do that day. I often post our hair on Instagram. You can find photos on my feed and in my stories. I also have a story highlight called “Hair Tips” where you can see past stories of hairstyles we have done. You can also follow my hashtag #cbwmhairideas

 

In this post, I have over 70 different hair styles for you to look at and get ideas for doing your daughter’s hair. I have written on my must-have products for doing girls hair. Having a good detangling brush, tools, and elastics really make the whole process much smoother. Read my post on Must-Have Products for Doing Your Daughters Hair here.

 

Over 70 Beautiful and Easy Hairstyles for Girls. These are hairstyles that your daughter can wear to school. Included are braids, ponytails, up dos, buns, pigtails, and half-up dos.One thing I hear from moms over and over again is, “I am just not good at doing my daughter’s hair!” It might surprise you that I was also there once. I had done a lot of doll, Barbie, and My Little Pony hair, but those things all hold still and have very different hair texture. Doing a little wiggly human was different. I could do simple things, but something like a French Braid looked horrible. Because of that, I only did the simple. Then one day I realized that if I never did the braid, I would never get better. So I forced myself to start trying the other hairstyles. Over time I got to be good at it! So I encourage you to practice, practice, practice.

 

On to the photos of hairstyles! I have Pigtails, Ponytails, Braids, Half-up, and Updos for you to look at. As you look at these ideas, if you see one you would love to do but don’t quite know how, feel free to let me know and I will make a video showing you how! I have one video on how to do the Twisty here at this post. Click on an image to enlarge it. I hope these ideas will help you out! I am looking forward to using these ideas, myself!

 

I often start with a braid after a girl has washed her hair. Then the next day, she can have wavy hair of some sort. You will see wavy hair with pontails, half-up hairstyles, and updos. It really looks impressive and yet is super fast. A ponytail is great any day they have P.E. at school or a game after school. Ponytails, braids, up-dos, and pigtails are all really nice in the hot weather. I tend to have the hair down or half-up on colder days.

 

14 Pigtail hairstyles for girls

14 Ponytail hairstyles for girls

14 Braid Hairstyles for Girls

14 Ponytail hairstyles for girls

14 Updo Hairstyles for girls

Again, if you see something you like but you aren’t sure how to do it, let me know!

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Valerie, also known as The Babywise Mom, is the mother to four children. She has been blogging on Babywise and general parenting since 2007. She has a degree in technical writing and loves using those skills to help parents be the best parents they can be! Read her book, The Babywise Mom Nap Guide, to get help on sleep from birth through the preschool years. You can also find her writing at Babywise.life, Today Parenting, and Her View From Home. Read more about Valerie and her family on the About page. Follow her on FacebookPinterest, and Instagram for more tips and helps.

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