September 1, 2010

Remember how I told you I had another variation of the rolled flower? I'm finally getting around to posting it. I have one more idea that I want to show you with the rolled flowers so stay tuned for that also.

I love this because it replaces a bow & stays in better than a bow would which is super for this little girlie going to school & losing bows left & right.
Get a nice tight side pony. Then braid just one section on the top of pony & secure with elastic
Just like the previous post, began twisting the braid - keeping it flat & securing with bobby pins as you go along. If you can't remember - check the post out below
& you're finished!! I curled the pony but do what you want

side/front view

18 comments:

KayDee said...

okay so your daughter must be hte most patient thing ever!! Are your stuff is so cute!

Dreamer13 said...

Adorable! I love the hair-flower ideas! This is so simply pretty! <3 Thanks for the inspiration!

brit said...

i can't wait to try this tomorrow! so cute so simple.

Brandon said...
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Brandon said...

Your daughter is so cute! I love all the ideas you have. You mentioned loosing bows from your daughters hair. I don't know if you have been to Babes in hairland, but she has a video about how to keep the bows in using a rubber band. I do mine on the bottom of the clip and she does hers around the top. I have a two year old and I haven't lost a bow yet. The only way is if she pulls it out. Hope that helps.

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Abbie said...

I love it! I'm hearing you on the lost bows, I think we have several that used to be a pair, but are now just one.

shandieleigh518 said...

this is totalllyy adorable! i LOVE it :)

Lisa said...

This is so cute, I am going to try it tomorrow! you have the best ideas and it's the only hair blog I always check and look at over and over. And I have to tell you that I love how you don't have everything perfect in the backgrounds of your pictures. You are a real mom and don't try to look like super mom like some blogs I have seen!
I just think you are cool!:-)

Carly said...

Oh my gosh! That is so beautiful!! I only wish my hair was long enough to make this look good. Thank you so much for the awesome idea!

Drew and Valarie's Family Blog said...

Oh I love this one!!!!!! My daughter is starting kindergarten and the bows fall out during school all the time. This is perfect!!!!!!!!

Juliet said...

Wow!! Super cute! I'll definitely have to try this one! Although, my daughter's hair isn't quite as long as your daughter's hair, I'm still going to try! :)

IAguirre said...

That is beautiful! And your model also has really beautiful hair.

Yamilka said...

Awesome, thanks for posting. This looks easy enough to do when in a hurry! I will be trying it soon :). BTW, your daughter's hair is beautiful!

Shannon said...

jess she is so cute! i just miss those kids!

Luv9kids said...

LOVE THIS! My dtr is 9 and the rolled braided flower is a fav of hers. Since she has really long hair, pony's are a fav. I have a feeling THIS will be her new fav. Thanks. You are amazing.

Nathan and Raya said...

those braid buns are beautiful!

Kim Simon said...

This is a good hairstyle for long hair and looking nice kid girl.

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Tina said...

I can't wait to try this on my granddaughter. She saw it on Pinterest. Thanks!