Styling “tweens” and teens hair can be difficult and stressful. Especially if your daughter has a lot of hair (as ours do).
But here is a sweet video showing you a great ‘tween’ hairdo that will keep her hair out of her eyes and looking beautiful for school days.
Follow these step-by-steps and learn how to do this for your daughter!
Step 1: Make a Part
Start on the left side. Make a slanted part (use the edge of her eye as your guide) to her ear.
Step 2: Extend the Part
Take the part down just above her ear.
Step 3: Start Slanted Parts
Make a short slanted part on the right side down to her ear and cornrow that section.
Step 4: Repeat
Repeat step 3 until you have cornrowed all of the hair. I made 5 braids. You can make as many or little as needed.
Step 5: Go to Left Side of Head
Make a short part on the left side past her ear and cornrow.
Step 6: Add Beads
Add beads to your braids for a cute flare! Learn How to Add Beads HERE!
Step 7: Go to Rear of Head
Make a slanted part in the back and cornrow. Put this cornrow up into the ponytail.
Step 8: Ponytail
Make a ponytail. Don’t forget to put the rear cornrow into the ponytail OR you can let it hang and add beads to it.
Step 9: Baby Hairs!
Now sculpt those baby hairs with an eyebrow brush and some gel and you are done!
Step 10: Finished Look!
Thank you, Shaunic of BrownGirlsStyle.com, this was so helpful. And to watch the video tutorial, click below!