I’ve been playing with the girls’ hair some more and recently came up with this fun new “do” to share with you.
Begin with a simple pony tail, secured with an elastic band.
It seems to me that somebody somewhere sells a little tool to make this next step easier, but it works just fine using your fingers too. You’ll want to divide the hair in half vertically between the scalp and the elastic. I wiggle a finger down through the middle to create a space.
Next flip the pony tail up and into that space you just created, then pull it down and clear through. To make things easier, I twist the hair in the pony before pushing it through the hole; that helps it not get tangled with the rest.
There is probably a name for this style that’s created, but if so, I don’t know what it is. It’s cute all by itself. Or you could dress it up with a flexi-clip.
But Hannah’s hair is a great length to add another step, giving her a cute little flip-do, which looks especially sweet with the popular “Crown of Hearts” flexi-clip she’s modeling. With her baby-fine hair, she wears a size mini.
Just flip the hair up and clip into place, letting the wispy ends fall where they may.
We love the little pink danglie in the middle! Or as Elisabeth calls it—the “hangie-downer.”
Additional sizes and styles available on my Lilla Rose website.
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