Daddy 'Do Hairstyles | Triple-Flipped Ponytail

December 14, 2010

Hi Ladies, I think you will love this one! This was the very first Daddy ‘Do hairstyle that my husband filmed (right before the Simple Braid tutorial we posted recently).

The style is really cute, and is actually one submitted by a follower on Facebook. What is unique about this hairstyle is that it looks far more complicated than it is!

It gives a similar look of the Fishtail Braid without having to spend alot of time doing the actual braid. All it takes is three simple flips and you are done!

Back View…
Triple-Flip Ponytail (Back)

Side View…
Triple-Flip Ponytail (Side)

The filming of this hairstyle tutorial absolutely cracked me up, because it REALLY shows how funny yet sweet it can be to have a daddy do a daughter’s hair!

First, notice how gentle he is being while trying to flip the hair, then notice how he confuses himself on how to put in a hairband… not once, but TWICE! As he misses it the second time, check out my daughter’s face! She could barely hold back her laughter (and you can hear me snickering as well)!

Items Required: Rat-tail comb, brush, Topsy Tail tool, spray bottle, three hair bands, hairspray, and accessory (if desired).

Time Requirement: 5 minutes.

Skill Level: Easy

My hubby was proud of the outcome and so was I! If you also like this hairstyle… be sure to let us know!

Happy Hairdoing!

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Hairstyles for Girls: Double-Twist Ponytail

October 13, 2008

Items Needed: Brush, comb, and 2 rubber bands.

Time Required: 3-5 minutes

Skill Level: Easy

Start by parting damp hair on either side…

Begin to twist away from face tightly. Start right next to part, and add hair in gradually as you twist…

Twist until you reach approximately the middle of head in back. Have daughter hold hair…

Twist second side of hair the same as before…

When you reach the middle twist hair down to about 2 inches above hairs end. Add BOTTOM rubber band first. This holds the twist in place until you get the top rubber band in place…

Now place the top rubber band right at nape of neck…

Add a ribbon or bow.


Happy Hairdoing!

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