Bundled Braids | Cute Hairstyles

February 16, 2009


Items Needed: Comb, brush, hairspray, spray bottle, 2 rubber bands, and accessories.

Time Requirement: 5-8 minutes

Skill Level: Easy

Wet and brush hair. Part hair on left side of the head.

Pull all of hair back into ponytail on back center of head and secure with rubber band.

Divide ponytail into five even sections. Braid sections one at a time, having your DD hold each as you finish them.

Grab ends of all five braids and bring up (fold in half) to the rubber band. Ends of hair should now be sticking upward…

Secure with rubber band by wrapping around all five braids.

You will now have this…

The ends are a little bit of a mess, so I rat mine to add extra fluff (see below)…

Add any bows, flowers, or other accessories, as desired.

Happy Hairdoing!

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10 thoughts on “Bundled Braids | Cute Hairstyles

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  2. I just put this up in my DD’s hair for the Father-Daughter dance. It’s adorable!
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  3. I love this! I am making a list of all the hairstyles from your website that I am going to do when we start school on sept. 7th and right now I have like 20 lol I love them! Thanks you sooo much for doin this website Ilove it! I am trying to convice my 4 year old sister to let me do her hair every morning too!

  4. I love this hairstyle. It is definitely one of my favorites. My sister's hair is layered so I can't do it on her, but I have done it on my own hair. Lol

    Love it!

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