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Hairstyle For Baby Girl

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Hairstyle For Baby Girl

Are you a mom of a sweet little thing, aged 0 to 24 months? Then you don’t need us telling you it’s not easy to come up with baby girl hairstyles on a daily basis. You want something that’s both new and fun to try out, as well as quick and easy to put together. Here we are, coming to your aid, with 20 lovable pictures of exciting young styles. They’re perfect for spurring your styling creativity and, we hope, for bringing out the best in your young princess!
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Hairstyle For Baby Girl

Got a baby girl with medium-length hair and a fringe? Here’s a creative way to keep those bangs off her face. Sweep the soft locks to one side, then create a side-braid, by pulling in strands from the parting. At the end, fasten it with a hair-colored band and you’re all done.
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Hairstyle For Baby Girl

Cornrows have a long standing as one of the more sophisticated baby girl hairstyles, and that’s because they require a bit of work. You can substitute them with flat twists that are a bit easier to complete. Separate a big section of the hair at the top of the head. Divide it into your desired number of braids. Create the left-most French braid, but stop at the point where you want the braided band to begin. Complete the other cornrows/flat twists. The band is braided from a chunk of hair above the ear. Once you’ve finished it fix it across your cornrows/flat twists. Leave the rest of the hair loose.
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Hairstyle For Baby Girl

Little ones with short bobs can also enjoy braided baby girl hairstyles. Create a side parting, then work with 4 or more strands, beginning at the frontal hairline. Braid in a diagonal line and stop right before reaching the crown. And don’t forget that pretty bow at the end!
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Hairstyle For Baby Girl

Blessed with thick hair? Divide your baby girl’s mane into three vertical sections. Create a French braid, right from the hairline and work your way down, until you reach mid-length. Bring in the other two sections and pull it all together into a ponytail. What to embellish it with, you ask? A lovely ribbon, of course!
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Hairstyle For Baby Girl

We hope you’ll find plenty of inspiration in our gallery of cute and creative baby girl hairstyles. We’ve strived to include each type of length and texture, but if we’ve left anything out, do let us know! And don’t forget to send us your own pictures, or to write with suggestions in the comments section. How do you style your little one’s hair?
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Hairstyle For Baby Girl

When my little girl was born, she was as bald as an eagle. Year 1 rolled around and she looked like a boy that wore a bow and a dress. Then sometime between the age of  1 and 2 she started growing hair faster than a chia pet. Oh how I loved the first 5 years of her life where I could style her hair however I wished. We would try all kinds of fun styles, but unfortunately this was before the popularity of YouTube and blogs.
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Hairstyle For Baby Girl

Here’s one for active days: start by creating a central part. Divide each side into two sections and make a French braid in the top part. Finish off each side with a normal braid, then tie both into ponytails. To keep your little girl cool, twist each tail into a loose bun.

As far as baby hairstyles go, this one’s an ultra-simple classic, which works for the youngest of the young. All you need is a wide-tooth comb and a soft fabric headband. Create a sort of side parting and add a textile band, ideally made from hypoallergenic materials. Flower embellishments are not mandatory, but definitely recommended.
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Super-curly hair has a mind of its own and can also make your beautiful angel sulk and cry on hot days. It will keep a baby warm, that’s for sure! To make playtime more fun, sweep those curls up and tie the hair as high as it will go. A big, funky bow will top it all off like a cherry on an ice cream Sundae.
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Very young baby hairstyles can’t possibly include braids and updos, right? Wrong. If your tiny tot has got medium-length hair, you can definitely work it into a small twisted braid. Pin it low, right above the nape, with a pretty ribbon, then expect praise for your mommy skills!
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Need more proof that you can achieve complex looks with soft baby hair? Separate a large section of the hair at the front and create four ponytails. Braid all or some of them. Then, midway down the length of the hair, gather them all into a simple ponytail. All done!

Busy mom? The more complex styles can wait until your baby is 1 year old, really. For now, keep her soft hair short and practical. Meanwhile, feel free to experiment with big, goofy headbands tied into floppy bows—just like this one!
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Never thought baby hairstyles could look this complex? The style above is actually easy to achieve, once you break it down into separate steps. There are three sections right at the top, with the hair twisted into twist braids. Then, three more at the bottom, twisted just the same way. The central segment of the hair has been parted down the middle. The bottom braids ‘feed’ into the left bun, while the top ones do the same for the one on the right-hand side. Easy and pretty, isn’t it?

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