About a month ago, a loyal follower emailed me a photo of a braided hairstyle , asking if I could replicate it and possibly do a tutorial. Never having seen it before, I was fascinated with how it looked and spent an hour or so trying to recreate it. I...read more.
So during my summer, during what little free time I had, I became hooked on Fox’s summer repeat of the “Glee” musical TV series. Although the dramatic content is not suitable for children, I have shown my girls a few of the awesome musical numbers and mashups from albums that we all grew up...read more.
I receive quite a few comments on this very popular front french braid hairstyle everyone is wearing, wondering what other ways there are to finish it. Honestly there are several ways to do it, and here is one more. This one uses a subtle side ponytail… The hairband accessory that I used is...read more.
A month or so ago we posted the Lauren Conrad French Front hairstyle video tutorial. Since that time, many of our followers have asked that I provide a tutorial for this same hairdo, but in reverse (outtie) or Dutch braiding style… Items Needed: Spray bottle, rat-tail comb, 1 clear elastic...read more.
**Note from Mindy: Get ready for an amazing hairstyle from a fantastic single dad! Lance is the perfect “Little Girl’s” Daddy, and has a cute little girl at that! Congratulations to Lance for being our February’s Hairdoer of the Month! Here is Lance’s hairdo and a quick bio… * ~ *...read more.
For this cute hairstyle we are going to revert back to pictures. If you want video email me or leave a comment and let me know. I’ve had these pictures forever and just finally decided today was the day for posting them! There are many variations of this ‘do out...read more.
This hairdo is pretty simple to do, and is quite cute. To begin, I prepped my daughter’s hair with two French Front braids. Now, how the wrap around looks will depend entirely on the length of your daughter’s hair. Go ahead and watch the video and then I will offer...read more.
Okay, now this one is an easy one and everyone is seeing this hairstyle made famous by Lauren Conrad from “The Hills” on MTV. (I even saw a few variations the other night on Dancing with the Stars.) To see your own photo recreations of this style featured in...read more.
In January 2009, I posted a hairdo described as Wrap-Around French Braid. (It would more appropriately be named a Wrap-Around Halfsie-French “Pop-Out” into a Side Pony, but we would lose people at halfsie!) A photo of the completed hairdo is seen here… I have had a few readers ask for...read more.
This hairstyle is fairly simple with a little flair on school day mornings. I’m sure you will love it! To see your own photo recreations of this style featured in our CGH App, feel free to tag your photos on IG with: #CGHFrenchDoubleupBraid Items Needed: Brush, comb, spray...read more.