Cute girl hairstyles

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Are you stuck in a hair do rut? Let us inspire you with these step by step instructions on how to turn your daughter's hair into something to be proud of. We want to give a special thanks to Sweet Memory Garden for taking these beautiful pictures, to our models who are absolutely the cutest girls we have ever seen, and to for the gourgeous hair accessories featured in these stunning pictures.

Low pig tails

Best with hair that is at least a couple of inches long.

Step 1: Using a wet comb, divide hair into two sections.

Step 2: Use a no slip plastic hair band to hold each section of hair.

Step 3: Clip a flower barrette into the top of each ponytail.

Step 4: Finish look with a few spritz of hairspray. Make sure to cover your daughter's eyes!


A classic hair do for hair of all lengths.

Step 1: Comb hair, and separate bangs if necessary.

Step 2: Place a headband over head, and behind ears.

Side clip

For any hair length that can hold a clip.

Step 1: Comb hair. Wet comb and part hair to the side.

Step 2: Use a clip to hold hair back.

Loose Flower Bun

For longer hair lengths.

Step 1: Comb hair. Use a ponytail holder to hold hair in a low ponytail.

Step 2: Divide hair into several sections. Twist each section and use bobbypins to pin each section into the ponytail.

Step 3: Pin a large flower into the side of the hair near the bun.

Half-up Pigtails

For hair that is at least a couple of inches long.

Step 1: Comb hair. Use wet comb to divide hair down the middle.

Step 2: Use no slip ponytail holders to secure each section to the top of the head.

Step 3: Put a clippy into the top of each ponytail.

Step 4: Hairspray the top of the head to finish look.

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