Subtle Twist Back | Daddy Do

March 20, 2009

This hairdo is as easy as they come. What a great hairstyle for those mornings you have 3-5 minutes to be out the door.

This one isn’t anything original, but is a great one to have in your repertoire.

Hairstyles for Girls

Items Needed: Brush, comb, hairspray, 1 rubber band, and accessories.

Time Requirement: 2-3 minutes.

Skill Level: Easy

Start by brushing the hair. My dd had her hair braided the day before so her hair was pretty wavy, but straight or super curly hair would work too.

Subtle Twistback #1

Starting right next to and slightly behind the ear, begin to twist it back…

Subtle Twistback #2

When you get the whole strand of hair twisted, have your dd hold it, then repeat on the other side. Combine ends together on the back of head… and where they meet, add a rubber band to secure…

Subtle Twistback #3

Add a ribbon or flower for bling. Easy and fast.

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Happy Hairdoing!

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Second-Day Do: Curls After Triple Twists w/ Messy Buns

January 08, 2009

Here’s another “Second-Day Do”. This means you can do the the Triple Twists with Messy Buns hairstyle on Day 1, then you simply use the curls or waves from that do for Day 2. Makes a quick, easy restyle!

Items Needed: Brush, comb, hairspray, 1 rubber band.

Time Required: 3 minutes

Skill Level: Easy

This is what the original hairstyle looked like…

If you can’t remember how to do this style, click Triple Twisty Buns. To create the second-day ‘do, simply remove all buns and twists. Brush out hair so hair is full and beautiful…

Now gather up the sides from the ears back and put into an elastic… I simply gather up all the hair that was in the original six twists. (if you look close at this picture you can even see the outline of the twists still in her hair)

Add a ribbon or bow.

Spritz a little hairspray to keep curls pretty all day. DONE!!!

Happy Hairdoing!

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