Hi, everyone. I am happy to be here while Amanda snuggles her new little baby.
My name is Connie and I blog at Measured by the Heart. I write about all kids of creative things including DIY/Home imporvements, recipes, book club, printables and hair styles.
Today I wanted to round up a few different hair tutorials to help out for busy mornings in the new year. It can be crazy running to and fro, so it's nice to have some things planned out. With three girls, doing hair takes up a lot of time and I like to have an idea of what hair style I am going to do.
All of these hair styles have a video tutorial too. You will find that by clicking on the link to each post.
I really like this style because it is cute and simple in front but the back has the ladder going up. Also, it doesn't involve any braiding so it's easy to pick up.
This is one of my most popular hair styles. It is actually really simple to do. This style is great for a more reserved type of day. All waterfall braids don't stay in well if you are playing or running around too much. It would be perfect for a holiday party.
I call this style a surprise twist because from the front it looks like a simple side bun and from the back you see the twist. It is probably the easiest hair tutorial I have done.
I really like this braid across the front look. My daughter requests this one all the time.
This is a temporary way to put some color into your hair. You might be surprised what we use for this one.
If you use a sparkly ribbon with one, it would be perfect for the holiday season. I use this hair style a lot for weddings and more formal occasions but it is also really cute for a normal school day.
I hope these hair styles help you with your daily styling. Big thanks to Amanda for having me over today. If you have any questions about any of these styles or the others found on my blog, please let me know and I will get back with you.
Thank you, Connie! These are all adorable.
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