Hairstyles for little girls are also interesting like that of women. Girls carry more complex hairstyles than boys. Girls may have long or short hairs. Any hairstyle for little girls should be functional, easy and smart looking. Before deciding any hairstyle for girls, you have to consider few factors including the age, hair type, length of the hair, ease to maintain a style, curly or straight etc. Is the girl into sports? How much time do you have in the morning to do that hairstyle?
You can start making hairstyles for girls as little as six months of age. You can add clips, bows, hair bands or other hair accessories. Most of the girls love to keep long hairs; length of hairs may vary according to the individual. There are many ways to give hairstyles to girls as they can have short hairs, long hairs or medium length hairs.
Let us have a look at some very common but popular hairstyles for the girls.
For the girls who can not maintain their hairs or are in some type of active sports, short and long cuts are the best for them. A short hairstyle is the best because she can easily wash it without any help and can let it dry without blow-dryer. There are many popular short hairstyles.
One such popular hairstyle for girls is pixie cut. This cut can be given to any kind of hair texture. This cut is for the adventurous, bold and tomboyish girls. It is cut is short layers, one or two inches, cut from all over the head. It can be maintained easily and if you need, you can apply a little gel.
This is one of the most common hairstyles for the girls. It just looks good for any face shape and any hair type. Bob cut is very versatile and can suit any personality. You can make hairs straight or curly according to the occasion. Bob cut is a cut in which length of hairs stays between chin and shoulder. You can adorn your daughter’s hairs with hand bands, clips, pony tails, ribbons or barrettes with this style.
This hairstyle can suit any girl except the girls with extremely curly or frizzy hairs. Layers are made choppy, uneven and tapered. When hairs are growing out then too this cut looks good but make sure to have a hair cut after six to eight months.
There are many families and girls who prefer to keep long hairs. There are many styles you can make with long hairs. You can just simple make a ponytail by securing hairs with hair band or flowery barrettes. You can add layers to long hairs or keep them cut straight. Whatever style you prefer your daughter but make sure that there should not be any need of styling or applying any hair product like gel or mousse. All of these styling products are made up of harsh chemicals and they will have negative effect on child’s hairs.
Before giving a style to little girl, collect all the necessary things required like vent brush, hair clips, pony tails, headbands or barrettes and gel or mousse.
Let your daughter sit in front of you and tell her not to move her head until you finish doing it. Then use a plastic brush to detangle the hairs smoothly. Choose the brush with ball at the tips of its bristle so that it does not hurt the scalp. To control any frizz of eth hairs, apply little gel or mousse by your hands.
Brush all the hairs from sides and the top of the head. While brushing, gather all the hairs in your other hand and secure it with a rubber band or barrette. You can put a cute ribbon too. Traditionally ponytail is put at the middle of the back of the head but you can get it at any height you like. One thing you should keep in mind that ponytail holder should be covered with clothes otherwise hairs will get stuck in the elastic band and get damaged.
Whatever hairstyle, you make for your daughter, keep it simple as she won’t be able to hold it all day long.
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