Category Archives: Q and A

April 18, 2013

Top-10 Tips for Toddlers Sitting Still During Hairstyles

Many of you often ask how it is that my girls seem be so good when we do their hair. It has to be one of our most-asked questions, especially after five years on this website, and four years on YouTube. Really, we just stumbled into it.  The simple answer more.
September 09, 2012

Our Hair Care Routine | Cute Girls Hairstyles

I have been blogging here since 2008, and the single-most request I receive from fans {after hairstyles} is regarding what we do to take care of our hair. Finally, we decided to film this, so here you go… CuteGirlsHairstyles’ Hair Care Routine! With six girls living in our home, hair more.
January 17, 2011

Tips & Tricks: How to Make a Topsy Tail Tool

Since quite a few of my hairstyles use flips, many followers have been asking where they can purchase a Topsy Tail tool. It can be purchased online at Amazon (via the link), on Ebay, or locally at your Claire’s, Wal-Mart, Target, or Sally Beauty supply. As we all know, things more.
March 23, 2009

Mailbag Q & A: Rubber Band Tips

Often I get asked about the types of rubber bands I use. I have three types I use regularly. The first looks like this: These are the rubber bands I use on my DD’s hair for things like single ponytails. Hairdo’s where most or all of the hair is gathered more.
March 18, 2009

Mailbag Q & A: Sit Still for Hairdo's?

Q: How do you get your girls to sit so still while you are pulling and tugging, on their hair? At times I feel like I am torturing my daughter(s)! A: Trust me, we all have our moments. My #3 recently overheard me talking with a friend about my desire more.
March 05, 2009

Mailbag Q & A: Hair Parts

A few days ago I had an interesting question come into my comments. Here it is… Q: “OK, I just have to ask: Do you always begin by ‘part on the left’ because that’s her natural part, or does that actually matter? If people part my hair on the left more.
February 10, 2009

Top-Knot with Banded Ponytail

This hairstyle is fun and really EASY! My husband can even do this, so I will put it in as a Daddy-do also! Items Needed: Brush, comb, hairspray, spray bottle, and 4-6 rubber bands (depends on length of hair). Time Requirement: 8-10 minutes Step-By-Step Instructions: 1.  Begin with hair wet more.
February 06, 2009

Hairstyles for Girls: Mailbag Q & A

Here are some recent questions and the answers from your emails and comments: Q: What kind of shampoo and conditioner do you use? What have you found to work well? A: I personally am not too picky about either one. As long as our hair is clean and snarl free–I’m more.
October 30, 2008

Hairstyles for Girls Q & A #2: My Kids

I have received several questions about the kiddies. Here are some answers… Q: Do you have twins or do they all just look alike? A: Yes, the oldest two are twins. But the third daughter looks a lot like them too. They often get mistaken for triplets so we call more.
October 30, 2008

Q & A #1: Thick Hair and Rubber Bands

Question: My daughter has SUPER thick hair and I have a hard time finding a rubber band that will hold it all and keep it in…any suggestions??? I posed this same question to my dear friend Jenny before answering because her daughters literally have the thickest hair I have ever more.