Saturday, February 28, 2009


I "won" a gift by leaving one of the first 5 comments on Alayna's Blog so now I'll see who my first 5 are. The first 5 people to respond to this post will get something made by me! (or possibly bought!) The catch? Oh, the catch is that you must repost this on your blog and offer the same to the first 5 people who do the same on your blog! So hurry and be one of the five to comment!

Curled Hair

Bailey wanted her hair to be curled in ringlets, but as we went along she decided she didn't want her hair like that. So I tried to loosen up the curls and I think it turned out cute. She thought it turned out adorable.

I just put rubber-bands in it because her hair is always falling out in headbands.
It didn't fall out at all today!

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Simple Curl (Pretty)

Bailey said that she wanted to name this one pretty.

This is so simple!

Pull the hair to the side and add a rubber-band.
Bailey says that this picture makes her hair look orange.

Then just Curl all the way around and add a flower, ribbon, or bow.

And TA-DA!

Monday, February 23, 2009

High Piggies with Twist

This is so simple, You just french twist up the bottom and divide in two. Secure with a rubber band and there you go.

Easy French Braid Look

This is way simple.
I don't know what face she is making here but...

Divide the hair into three. (top, left, right)
Braid those sections then connect the braids to a section of hair right behind the braid.

Curl it all. 

And add a bow flower or bow if you want.

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Messy Bun

This is very simple. It takes 5 min. at the most.

Just part the hair to the side. Then you get a section of hair and simply braid it.

Put the hair into a bun. Leave out quite-a-bit of hair so that you can fold that hair over.

Fold the hair over into another large hair band.

Fix it as messy as you want it and put another large rubber-band around it.

Wa-La top it with a bow, ribbon, or flower!

Monday, February 16, 2009

French Twist Movie

Finally... I promised this a long time ago, but I know that this isn't the best movie ever... I think you get the idea!

Monday, February 2, 2009

Mad Hair (Over Night Hairstyle)

This is my cousin Madison (Mad) I love her hair and I was so happy when she asked me to do it! I did this last night so she could sleep with it in and go to school with it today. It is one of those hairstyles that you could do at night if you knew that you wouldn't have enough time in the morning.
What you need:
9 small rubber-bands
1 big rubber-band
Spray bottle

I first divided her hair into 5 sections and then french braided all 5

I had Mad flip her hair over and I divided her bottom hairs into 3 sections and I then french braided all 3 sections.

I pulled her hair into a ponytail and then fish braided her ponytail. I think it turned out way cute.
I think that Crazy Modeling runs in the family.

Sunday, February 1, 2009

Hair Bandanna

Normally I would try to post one hair style a day but the days get busy so today I'm going to make up for the days that I'm going to miss.

Taleea and Bailey are always fighting about who gets to where a headband... because I won't let both of them. So today the
fight got bad so we had to compromise. I offered to make a headband in Taleea's hair and I think it turned out very good!

I repeat... I
don't know where she picks up her modeling skills.

What you need:
Spray Bottle
10 small rubber-bands

I first divided the hair into 5 sections

I then connected the sides, leaving the top one alone.

Then I divided the top section in two and connected that with the sides.

(TOP view)

Pony for Short Hair!

I'm way stoked about this hair style. I'm always having trouble getting Taleea's hair in a pony just because it is so short. I really needed it in a pony because she was about to go play basketball. But I testify that this works! (Sorry but some of the pictures are blurry)

(taleea is crazy... i have no idea where she gets it from)
What you need:
Spray bottle
5 small rubber-bands
1 big rubber-band

You first part the hair to the side

You then take a section of hair and put a small rubber-band around it. Braid down quite aways...

...get another section of hair and connect that and the braid with a rubber-band.

Do the same braid one more time.

(this is hard to tell but this is the bottom of her hair.)
I added rubber-bands to the bottom to catch all of the small hairs that normally try to "run away." I pulled all of it together with a big rubber-band. 

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