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28.6.11

Spiral French Braid

When I was a little girl I loved to have my Mom style my hair.
My fondest childhood memory is my Mom braiding my hair in lots of little braids so that the next day it would be wavy.  I had very  long, very thick hair so it took what seemed like forever, but I loved it. It was our time.
 Since the day I found out I was having a girl I dreamed of the time we would spend taking as I styled her hair. Ever since her hair was long enough two get a little pony tail on the top of her head I have been fixing her hair. Pony tails, pig tails, and of course, hair bows.
Recently though she is letting me style her hair. French braids, buns, twists, etc.
It makes me so happy!  It's our special time. Just the two of us.
We get tons of compliments on her hair styles!
I thought it would be fun to share one of them with you.


This hairstyle would look great on any one, any age.
It is perfect for a bride, flower girl, formal dance, or just to play.
This style looks a lot more complicated than it really is.
You do need to be able to french braid.
When doing this hairstyle I always do a reverse french braid so that the braid is out.
You can do a regular french braid though.

First thing you need to do is wet the hair. ( I use a spray bottle).
Pull hair into a ponytail. Then part it so that 1"-1.5" of hair is pulled out of the ponytail.

       
Starting at your natural part french braid all the way around. When you get to the end secure it with a rubber band or clippie.

Now you are going to pull hair out of the ponytail again. Same as before.


  
Take the rubber band or clippie out and continue french braiding. 

Let down the rest of the ponytail and continue to braid to the end of the hair.
Secure with a rubber band.

Wind the braid into a bun and secure with bobby pins.
Spray it with hairspray.





Aiyanna loves this style and I love that her hair is out of her face!

*Tip*
Put a chair or stool in the middle of the floor so you can just walk around when you are braiding. It is so much easier for youto move than to have them move again and again.

If you have any questions please ask!!!!!

Would you like to see more of the hairstyles we do?

22 comments:

Tammy @ she wears flowers said...

This is adorable!! You make it sound easy, but I am not so sure I can really do it! :) I also love that dress Aiyanna is wearing!

Judy Bagwell said...

Very pretty! I will have to try that on my daughter. Thanks for the instructions. :-)

Natalёk said...

beautiful

Natalёk said...

beautiful

Sam Findlay said...

This is so sweet! I remember my mum doing my hair when I was a child (I also had long thick hair) and I always loved spending this time with her!

Deanna said...

Will you come fix my daughter's hair? Daily?

Kara said...

Beautiful hair and beautiful girl. I wish my daughter would let me do her hair. She's too busy these days.

Ginger said...

Beautiful. :) Following from Not Just a Housewife. Would love to have you link this up to my {wow me} wednesday link party going on right now over on my blog. The most view link will receive a set of fancy rectangle chalkboard labels from my etsy shop. Hope to see you there.

Ginger
gingersnapcrafts.blogspot.com

raising4princesses said...

now that is just nifty! I'm gonna have to try it. Here is a hair post I did with my daughter this week! http://caribbeanmissionarywife.blogspot.com/2011/06/indian-princess-hairdo.html

Lori @ Beneath the Rowan Tree said...

I love it! And my daughter will, too!

Would you be willing to share this at our Weekly Playdate link party at:
http://beneaththerowantree.blogspot.com/2011/06/playdate-link-party-blog-hop-14-all.html

Cheers,
lori
come & play :: Playdate
www.beneaththerowantree.com

Jen said...

Cute! My little girl has crazy thick hair, and I think this would work really well for her. Thanks for sharing, I'd love for you to pop by my blog some time, www.icantstopcrafting.blogspot.com

Abby said...

Very cute! might have go give this a try.

http://i---create.blogspot.com

Ty and Whitty said...

This is adorable. I hope i have a girl so I can do this. I pinned it for sure thanks so much for sharing I found you through the House of Hepworths linky party and just had to stop by. I am your newest follower and cant wait to check more of your blog out. Come and visit me and say hi and please follow back :)

A mommy's life...with a touch of YELLOW
tyandwhitneyulrich.blogspot.com

angie @ the cellar door stories said...

incredible! my daughter (age 20 months) is still a little hair challenged, but someday we'll be doing this :)

Jennifer said...

This is so sweet. I love these braids!! Thank you so much for linking up!!

xoxo

Jenn

Jill said...

This looks fantastic! I'm still struggling with a regular french braid! One day I'll get there!

Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
Hope you have a great week!
Jill @ Creating my way to Success
http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

Megan said...

totally cute. great style for a hot day!

megan
craftycpa.blogspot.com

Amy (naptimecrafters) said...

Super fun! I'll be featuring you tomorrow at the Friday Favs Party. naptimecrafters.blogspot.com

Rachel said...

Very cute! I hope my daughter someday has enough hair so I can try this.

My Captivating Images said...

All I can say is WOW!

Jeanna said...

I love that and will totally have to try that with my girl's hair. She likes to have fancy styles and braids, too. :)

Casey said...

Great tutorial!! Now I need a little girl to practice on! :) Great picture