10 Stylish Hairstyles For Your Little Girl (Part 1)

Isn’t it a fact that one of girls’ first loves is fashion? Therefore, it doesn’t come as a surprise that every mum in the world loves to deck her daughter up all pretty! Dressed up little darlings always give us major cuteless goals and the plethora of accessories one finds for little girls is practically endless.
I think it’s safe to say that the number of styles that little girls can sport has gone up manifold as compared to a few years back. We have compiled a list of 10 easy hairstyles for little girls that can help your kid make her own style statement!
But before we jump to the list, there are a few pointers you need to keep in mind while styling your kid’s hair. Since kids have delicate hair and scalp, steer clear of hair grooming products that contain harsh chemicals. As far as possible, go for natural alternatives, both for products as well as processes. If absolutely necessary, go for heat styling methods while using products that are not harmful to your kid. Double check the label for harmful ingredients and make sure they’re kid-friendly before using them on your little girl. Even the hair brushes, combs, etc., have to be soft so as to prevent breakage of hair and pain to your little one. Now that we’ve listed out the precautionary measures, we can check out what hairdos your kid can sport. So, without further ado, let’s check out the list!
Note: Before trying out any of the hairdos, make sure you shampoo your little girl’s hair, and let it air-dry. Also, comb through to remove any tangles. This will ensure that the hairstyle stays put for a longer time.
  1. Micro Braided Half-Tie
  2. Conch Braid With Ribbonse
  3. Wispy Curly Bob
  4. Dense Cornrow With Ponytailg
  5. Loose Waves With Headban
  6. Side Braided Hairdo
  7. Side Half-Tie With A Bow Clip
  8. Sectioned Rope Braids
  9. Casual Waves With Pouf Half-Ti
  10. Regular Braid With A Side Braid

1. Micro Braided Half-Tie

This is a very cute hairdo for your little girl. Two micro braids from each side of the head forming a half-tie at the back of the head. Perfect for occasions like a daytime birthday party, this hairdo can be paired up with a pretty white frock for the perfect look.
What You Need
  • Hair elastics
  • Decorative hair elastic
  • Fine comb
  • Curling rollers
  • Olive oil
How To Style
  1. Take a thin section from each side of the head and start working the section into a micro braid.
  2. Keep braiding till you reach the back of her head.
  3. Secure the end of each braid using a small hair elastic.
  4. Take a small section of hair from the midsection and secure it along with the two micro braids. Make a half-tie at the back of the head, using the decorative hair elastic.
  5. Apply a very small amount of olive oil along the length of the hair, starting from the half-tie. This will act as a binder for curls and a replacement for hairsprays, since they can be harsh on a
  6. kid’s hair and scalp.
  7. Divide hair into small sections for curling.
  8. Take each section and using the curling rollers, start curling the hair.
  9. Continue sectioning and rolling till all the hair has been covered.
  10. Leave the rollers on for about half an hour and then release the hair to form loose curls.
  11. Finger comb through her hair once to set the hairstyle.

2. Conch Braid With Ribbons

If you are looking for cute hairstyles for little girls then a flower girl hairdo will be perfect. The conch braid is fancy and hassle-free. Work it with colorful ribbons to make it more appealing! This hairdo is apt for summertime outings.
What You Need
•  Ribbons
•  Decorative U pins
•  Fine comb
•  Bobby pins
How To Style
  1. With bobby pins, pin two strands of ribbons just underneath the surface of the hair, at the front. Make sure the length of the ribbons is more than that of the hair.
  2. Starting from the front of the hairline, begin working her hair and the ribbons into a fishtail braid, with the ribbons as the thin overlapping sections. Incorporate the thick sections as you go.
  3. Work this braid in a curve, as it will bring out the conch braid better.
  4. Once you have reached close to the nape of the neck, continue braiding the hair and ribbons into a regular braid.
  5. Braid till you reach very close to the edge of the hair.
  6. Secure the end of the braid by tying the loose ends of the ribbon around it.
  7. Fan the braid out by slightly pulling at the thicker sections.
  8. Now start rolling the braid upwards in a swirling pattern, securing it with the decorative U pins as you go.
  9. After that, tuck in and secure the loose ends of the hair using U pins.
  10. Once done, tie the ribbons into a bow at the centre of the swirl to finish styling your princess’ hair!

3. Wispy Curly Bob

A simple yet adorably cute hairstyle for your baby girl. A bob with light wispy curls to enhance your little girl’s cherubic face. A curly bob is an easy and hassle free way to style your kid’s hair. Pair it up with a light summer dress and cuteness overload guaranteed!
What You Need
•  Curling rollers
•  Paddle brush
•  Olive oil
How To Style
  1. Make a central partition and divide her hair into two parts.
  2. Use the paddle brush to remove any tangles.
  3. Apply a light coating of olive oil on the hair. This will bind the curls.
  4. Take really thin sections of hair and start rolling them onto the curling rollers.
  5. Continue doing this till all the hair has been rolled up.
  6. Leave the curlers on for about an hour.
  7. Release the hair from the curling rollers after an hour to get light wispy curls.
  8. Finger comb it.

4. Dense Cornrow With Ponytail

This hairdo works great on dense hair. If your girl’s hair is voluminous and richly textured, it can be styled into cornrows for an offbeat hairdo. This style is preppy and fun and will most certainly help your kiddo make her own style statement. Hence this is considered as one of the best hairstyles for little black girls.
What You Need
•  Olive oil
•  Rat tail comb
•  Wax styling gel for kids
•  Small and big hair elastics
•  Fine comb
How To Style
  1. Using the rat tail comb, divide the hair into small sections for making cornrows.
  2. Coat the sections with wax styling gel, one at a time.
  3. At the roots, start working a section into a cornrow.
  4. Divide the section into three thin sections as you would do with a regular braid.
  5. Start working the cornrow by securing 2-3 stitches of a regular braid at the roots.
  6. As you proceed, start adding the hair beneath the mid-section to the middle section of the braid.
  7. Work the cornrows from all directions till they are at the back of her head.
  8. Once you reach the back of her head, make a ponytail out of the hair.
  9. Secure the ponytail using an elastic.

5. Loose Waves With Headband

A simple wavy hairdo for your little doll. Deck your baby up in loose waves and a big floral headband to get her to look her best. This hairdo is easy and perfect for occasions like birthday parties.
What You Need
•  Curling rollers
•  Olive oil
•  Soft paddle brush
•  Floral headband
How To Style
  1. Make a central partition.
  2. Apply a small amount of olive oil; this will act as the binder for the hairdo.
  3. Divide the hair into thin sections for curling.
  4. Take a section of hair and wrap it around the curling rollers.
  5. Repeat this step till all her hair is covered with curling rollers.
  6. Leave the rollers on for a couple of hours. Although time consuming, this method for curling is mild and safe for your little girl’s hair.
  7. Release the sections of the hair from the curlers.
  8. Finger comb through her hair to ease the curls into waves.
  9. Adorn the wavy hairdo with a floral headband. And voila! Your princess is ready to rock the hairdo!

6. Side Braided Hairdo

Are you looking for braid styles for little girls? Then this simple and cheerful side braided hairdo will take your kiddo’s style quotient up a notch. Easy to create and hassle-free to carry, this hairdo will ensure that your kid doesn’t have to deal with stray strands of hair flying into her eyes or face.
What You Need
•  Beaded hair tie
•  Fine comb
How To Style
  1. Make a side partition.
  2. On the larger side, take a small section from above the forehead.
  3. Start working it into a side braid by incorporating face-framing sections as you go.
  4. When you reach the level just above the ear, stop braiding.
  5. Secure the end of the braid with the beaded hair-tie.

7. Side Half-Tie With A Bow Clip

A smart and trendy way to style your kid’s hair. It’s easy to create and when accessorised with a bow clip, further accentuates the cuteness quotient of the hairdo. This half-tie is also easy for your kid to carry since it’ll ensure that the hair wouldn’t fall onto the face or the forehead.
What You Need
•  Curling rollers
•  Fine comb
•  Rat tail comb
•  Bow clip
•  Olive oil
How To Style
  1. Apply a tiny amount of olive oil prior to styling. It’ll make the hairdo stay.
  2. With the rat tail comb, make a deep side partition.
  3. Comb through her hair to remove any tangles.
  4. Take wide sections of hair and roll them with the curling rollers.
  5. Leave the rollers on for an hour and then release the hair.
  6. Finger comb through the curls.
  7. On the larger side, gather the hair from the crown and gather to one side.
  8. Using the bow clip, secure the gathered crown hair into a loose half-tie.

8. Sectioned Rope Braids

Is your little girl a goofball? Then this is the perfect hairdo for her! These funky rope braids will definitely create a style niche for your kiddo and help her develop her own individual signature style. This hairdo is hassle-free and easy to create. You should definitely give this hairdo a try.
What You Need
•  Soft paddle brush
•  Small hair elastics
•  Rat tail comb
•  Sectioning clips
How To Style
  1. Depending on how many braids you want to create, divide the hair into those many sections using the rat tail comb.
  2. Once done, take one section that you want to work with first and clip away the other sections using sectioning clips. This will make sure the other sections don’t interfere with the section you’re styling.
  3. Gather the hair together and tie it into a tight ponytail using a small hair elastic.
  4. Start working it into a rope braid.
  5. Braid till you reach the edge of the section.
  6. Secure the end of the braid using another small hair elastic.
  7. Release the other sections one at a time and repeat the same.

9. Casual Waves With Pouf Half-Tie

Very casual and carefree, this is a hairdo that can be sported on a regular basis. The pouf and the waves add volume to the hairdo and the half-tie keeps the style hassle-free. You kid can freely enjoy and play around without being bothered about her hair getting messy!
What You Need
•  Curling rollers
•  A small hair clutcher
•  Teasing comb
•  Soft paddle brush
•  Blow dryer
How To Style
  1. Take the hair from the crown and tease the back of it to create volume for the pouf.
  2. Gather the hair, smoothen the surface, and pin it at the back of her head using the small hair clutcher.
  3. For styling the remainder of her hair, divide it into small sections.
  4. Take one section at a time and roll them onto the curling rollers.
  5. Leave the hair rolled up for at least an hour before you release the sections. Even though this method is time, it’s gentle on your kid’s hair.
  6. Gently finger comb through the curls to ease them. This will ensure they fall in graceful waves onto your kiddo’s shoulder.
  7. Blow dry for a wind-blow effect and voila! The hairdo is ready!

10. Regular Braid With A Side Braid

If your little girl has long and luscious locks, you should definitely try this one out. It is a classy hairdo which is very easy to create and comfortable to pull off. This hairdo is apt for more formal occasions since braids tend to give off more of a sophisticated vibe than a casual one.
What You Need
•  Fine comb
•  Rat tail comb
•  Hair elastic
•  Paddle brush
How To Style
  1. Make a deep side partition.
  2. With the rat tail comb, separate a section of hair from the front, on the larger side.
  3. Start working this section into a side braid by adding face-framing strands to the braid as you go.
  4. Stop once you reach just above the level of your ear.
  5. Vertically twist the section and secure it with a bobby pin near the ear.
  6. Now gather all her hair over to the larger side of the partition and start braiding it into a regular three section braid.
  7. Braid till you reach a few inches from the edge.
  8. Secure the end of the braid with a hair elastic.
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