Having a routine of styling with a simple bun or a ponytail can be the easiest options for us adults. However waking up a tiny bit early to find a new hair style for kids can actually boost you’re children confidence.
The Mohawk Ponytail
Start by doing a ponytail at the crown area and tie it with a hair tie. Do a second ponytail underneath it, by securing both of the ponytails into one. Continue the method until you have three sections of “bumps” and a ponytail at the end. Keep it messy as possible, this style shall not look formal but much rather casual.
This is perfect foe those kids with curly hair. Simply tie their hair in a ponytail. Now all you have to do with those curls is to secure them on by one with bobby pins wherever you’d like. Finish with some very lightweight hairspray to secure the hairstyle.
Start by doing a ponytail at the crown area an secure it with a hair tie. Put it aside, and do another ponytail at the crown area underneath. Section the latest ponytail you’ve done into half. Put the first ponytail in and secure. Repeat this method until there are no more ponytails to do.
Braiding And Buns
Start by doing the braid at the crown area. (The same way as the “Pocahontas braid” ) When you braid all of the crown area, secure in a ponytail. Insert a doughnut bun, Spread the hair with the bun and secure with a hair tie. There shall be left over hairs. Simply braid the left over hair and secure with another hair tie. insert some bobby pins to secure the braid around the bun. Before you start braiding use some mousse or gel, and finish with some hard hairspray.
The Easy hairstyle that keeps turning heads. Make a semi-bun and secure it with a hair tie. (It’s like making a pony tail but leaving the tail part tied.) split the semi-bun into half. insert the tail in the split half and secure with bobby pins at the other end. And you shall have a bow. Open and style the bow and secure with bobby pins at the scalp area (From underneath.) If there is left over hair simply secure it around the ponytail hair tie with some bobby pins.
Simple Slicked At Front
Choose a parting at the side. Get some wax and with hands wax everything at front. From the side parting wax everything down. Get a comb and go over the front part to create some light lines. This was it shall look more of a formal look.
Semi – Spikes
Style with a small fringe at front (has to be very short.) Get some light wax rub it with hands and scrunch some hair up. Do this method once or twice only. So that it will look a bit messy. get a light weight hairspray for the style to hold.
This hair cut has to be faded. Numbers are : 0.5 at the bottom working itself with 1 and 2 . and the Mohawk is done by hands.with some light wax put everything in front and with a comb style the tip to look curvy.
Fading is from 0.5 working itself to 2. Top area is done by hands. Simply get some wax and scrunch. For this style I wouldn’t do much as its more of an emphases on the haircut. Its very simple and stylish.
Side Ways Style
Choose a parting. And side each way, get a lightweight hairspray and spray to secure the sectioning and the style. I am not using wax for this style cause as one can see its a very casual style. by using wax the hair may look hard, and automatically becomes formal.