*Note from Mindy: Congratulations to Kenzie for being our January’s Hairdoer of the Month!!! She just turned 13 last month, and came up with this hairstyle for her little sister on her own! Bless her heart, each photo file was 4MB in size so it had to take her forever to upload the photos and send them to me by email! Her little sister is so lucky to have such a wonderful big sister to do her hair. Please join with me to congratulate Kenzie! (She will also receive 20 extra entries into our next giveaway!)
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Rows of Three
Hello, My name is Kenzie, I will be 13 this month , and I do my little sister’s hair. This hairdo is called ‘Rows of Three’.
Items Needed: Comb, brush, water bottle (if her hair is not wet), 21 small elastics, bow.
Time Requirement: 20 to 25 minutes.
Skill Level: Medium
First, part hair down the middle and right behind ears. Make 3 temporary ponytails…
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Items Needed: Brush, comb, hairspray, spray bottle, and 4-6 rubber bands (depends on length of hair).
Time Requirement: 8-10 minutes
Begin with hair wet and brushed. Create a rectangular-shaped part on middle, center top of head…
Secure with rubber band. **NOTE** I have found it best to put the ponytail just slightly off center. Look closely at the picture and you will see my ponytail is off to the right-bottom section of the square…
Next twist the ponytail until it is tight.
Try to get the knot as close to the rubber band as possible (you can slide the knot down the hair a little until it sits right on top of the ponytail).
Now gather remaining hair, including the ponytail, together and secure with rubber band. Again I do this off center, to the right side, behind the ear.
Now secure hair all the way down the ponytail by adding multiple rubber bands.
Her hair was pretty long in this picture so I did about five total rubber bands. Add accessories to match outfit (you will note my cute flower via Joy @ Chic & Unique in my sidebar)…
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