Items Needed: A few feet of ribbon, plastic O-rings, 3M sticky hooks Total Cost: About $5. When I do my girls hair, I often use flowers or bows to add a little pizzazz (as you may have noticed). However, one problem I am always running into is how to STORE...read more.
With the brunt of the winter season already here, I thought it would be a good idea to share with you some winter hair-care tips. These are some that I use, and a few that were recently shared with me. Best 6 Winter Hair-Care Tips 1.) Although you may not...read more.
Here is a very quick and easy way to make hair look elegant in the mornings when the hair is kind of in that “blah” stage. It is very simple to do and all you need is a skinny flat iron to do it. To see your own photo recreations...read more.
Several readers have commented on the shine in my girls’ hair and asked if I air dry or blow dry their hair. It depends. I do both, although one more than the other… Air Drying: The vast majority of the time, I air dry my girls’ hair. We wash their...read more.
I received a wonderful email from Angie commenting on how many compliments she has received on her DD’s hair since she started following this blog! She mentioned that many moms want to know how they can do their daughter’s hair the same way. Here is her question: “Do you have...read more.
Many of you know that I started this blog only 10 months ago (Oct ’08). What you may not know, is that I have been documenting hairstyles since early 2001. With my twins being age two then, and with enough hair to “do”, it became hard to remember all of...read more.
I received a question on our Facebook Page asking what recommendations I have to prevent sunburn in the parts of a hairdo. Each of us knows how bad these sunburns can hurt, especially when we try to run a comb or brush through it the next day. Plus, when it...read more.
Now that you have had a few days to try out the French Braid, I would like to add to your knowledge. I had a sweet mother send me some pictures today of the french braids on her daughter. She did a fantastic job on the braids, especially as she...read more.
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...read more.
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...read more.