20 Adorable Hairstyles for Little Girls And How To Style Them 20 Adorable Hairstyles for Little Girls And How To Style Them
Tired of the same boring hairstyles for your little girl? Amp up the creativity and be inspired by some of these cute, hip and... 20 Adorable Hairstyles for Little Girls And How To Style Them

1845Tired of the same boring hairstyles for your little girl? Amp up the creativity and be inspired by some of these cute, hip and totally wearable hairstyles for little girls. Customize the looks to make them your own and make your little girl the coolest on the playground.

#1 Classic Cuteness

Written by Irene Bredthauer

Braids and pigtails are things that adorable little girl hairstyles are made of! This sweet hairstyle has both and looks great on short or long hair.

Classic Little Girls Hairstyle with Braids and Pigtails

Style by Michelle Anderson

Classic Little Girls Hairstyle with Braids and Pigtails Side

Style by Michelle Anderson

How To Style:

  1. Part hair down the middle or to the side, depending on the look you want.
  2. French braid each side of the part down to the ear and then gather hair into a ponytail.

Recommended Products:

Goody Hair Ties!

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

All face shapes and hair types can enjoy braided pigtails, as long as the hair is long enough.

Tip:

Use a comb to create your part line for a nice and crisp result.

#2 Curly Q

Written by Irene Bredthauer

Adding just a few ribbons of curls elevates this medium length hairstyle from cute to super cute.

Little Girls Hairstyle with Ribbon Curls Front

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Little Girls Hairstyle with Ribbon Curls

Photo Credits: EncoreHD Magazine

How To Style:

  1. Use a medium-sized curling iron throughout the hair. Feel free to have fun creating different textures, curling some tight curls and some loose.
  2. Use pins to pin hair up and back on the top to keep hair up and out of the face.

Recommended Products:

Pureology Precious Oil is a great product to keep those curls looking shiny and sweet.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

All face shapes and thick, curly hair or hair that can be curled with an iron can wear this look.

Tip:

Add some matching barrettes to really make her hair sparkle!

#3 Natural Beauty

Written by Irene Bredthauer

Create a zig zag part line and scrunch up natural curls for this fun textured hairstyle.

Naturaly Curly Hairstyle for Little Girls

Style by Deirdre Clay, Wave Links Hair Studios, Fayetteville, NC

Naturaly Curly Hairstyle for Little Girls Side

Style by Deirdre Clay, Wave Links Hair Studios, Fayetteville, NC

How To Style:

  1. Use a comb to create a zig zag shaped part.
  2. Use a spray gel or mousse on damp strands and scrunch up the hair to enhance the curl.
  3. Diffuse hair with a blow dryer or let hair air dry.

Recommended Products:

Garnier Fructis Sytle Curl Scrunch Gel is a great product for enhancing hair natural curl or wave.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Heart shaped faces and naturally curly hair will work well with this style.

Tip:

Use a curl enhancing shampoo and conditioner in the shower, too.



#4 Textured Twists

Written by Irene Bredthauer

This tightly textured hair is cut into a short bob with a few pieces out around the face for interest.

Hairstyle for Little Curls with Textured Twists

Style by Nicole Brown, Coco’s Natural Hair Salon, Fayetteville, NC

Hairstyle for Little Curls with Textured Twists Side

Style by Nicole Brown, Coco’s Natural Hair Salon, Fayetteville, NC

How To Style:

  1. Apply a nice hair serum and a light hold gel to strands and comb through.
  2. Grab tiny section of hair and twist with fingers.
  3. Continue twisting until you have completed the entire head of hair.

Recommended Products:

Prive Gel an ideal gel for this style.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

All face shapes and thick curly textured hair can rock this look.

Tip:

Headbands or barrettes may not work in this thick textured hairstyle, so opt for a flower or a hair pin instead that can slide into strands easily.

#5 Soft Curls

Written by Irene Bredthauer

Long, soft curls are a great way to show off healthy and youthful strands. Little girls will feel special and formal, but still look cute and appropriate.

Long Hairstyle for Little Girls with Soft Curls

Style by Hailee Swore, Blaze Hair Color Salon, Cedar Rapids, IA

Long Hairstyle for Little Girls with Soft Curls Side

Style by Hailee Swore, Blaze Hair Color Salon, Cedar Rapids, IA

How To Style:

  1. Part hair to the side with a comb and detangle hair.
  2. Use a large-sized barrel curling iron to add the ringlets.
  3. Spray hair lightly so it stays looking soft. Hair will loosen up slightly on its own due to gravity.

Recommended Products:

Try Oribe Superfine Light Hairspray to keep these soft ringlets in place.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Round or square shaped faces and thin to medium amounts of hair on the straighter side is ideal.

Tip:

Create the curls a little tighter than you want because they will loosen up rather quickly.

#6 Holiday Girl

Written by Irene Bredthauer

Holidays and special occasions call for a little more pizazz. This cute and curly hairstyle is absolutely adorable with a bouffant and big red bow for extra flair!

Holiday Hairstyle for Little Girls

Style by Connie Masullo, Unique Hair Design, Lincoln Park, NJ

Holiday Hairstyle for Little Girls Side

Style by Connie Masullo, Unique Hair Design, Lincoln Park, NJ

How To Style:

  1. Use a small curling iron to curl strands.
  2. Gather the top section of hair up loosely and pin into a bouffant.
  3. Clip in a big red bow for the final ta-da!

Recommended Products:

Garnier Fructis Style Flexible Control!

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

All face shapes and hair types can wear this cute style.

Tip:

Wearing hair half up is great for kids because it shows off their sweet little faces while still showing off their pretty long strands.

#7 Long Bob

Written by Irene Bredthauer

A sleek long bob looks great on little girls who want to look a little more sophisticated.

Long Bob Hairstyle for Little Girls

Style by Shakia Allen, 10 Gems Salon, Beaufort, SC

Long Bob Hairstyle for Little Girls Side

Style by Shakia Allen, 10 Gems Salon, Beaufort, SC

How To Style:

  1. Part hair to the side and brush out.
  2. Use a flat iron to go through, section by section, and smooth hair out.
  3. Bevel the ends under to create a nice and polished finish.

Recommended Products:

Redken Glass Serum will help add a little extra shine to straight strands.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Round and square shaped faces are ideal for this look. Most hair types can pull off this style as long as you are willing to spend some time flat ironing.

Tip:

If you have kinky or frizzy hair, try blow drying hair strands smooth with a paddle brush first, then go in with a flat iron. It will make life a whole lot easier!



#8 Short and Sweet

Written by Irene Bredthauer

A short and chic bob with full bangs will elevate any little girl’s style! This bob is cut right at the chin with rounded layers. Thick full bangs can be worn forward or to the side.

Short Sweet Hairstyle for Little Girls

Style by Becky Besancon, Makeup by Kristian Bailey, Sheer Professionals, Wooster, OH

Short Sweet Hairstyle for Little Girls Back

Style by Becky Besancon, Makeup by Kristian Bailey, Sheer Professionals, Wooster, OH

How To Style:

  1. Part hair to the side and comb through.
  2. Use a flat iron to go through strands and smooth them out.
  3. Use a flat iron on the bangs as well so they lay nice and flat.

Recommended Products:

Moroccan Oil Treatment Serum is great for protecting and nourishing hair when heat styling.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Round and heart shaped faces will be flattered by this haircut. Thick and straight hair is ideal for this hairstyle.

Tip:

Flip hair out for a look that is absolutely adorable for little girls!

#9 Sassy Sweetness

Written by Irene Bredthauer

This asymmetrical hairstyle is great for little girls with a little more sass. A super tight braid on one side contrasted by whimsical loose twists on the other make this one unique do.

Sassy Hairstyle for Little Girls

Style by Shakia Allen, 10 Gems Salon, Beaufort, SC

Sassy Hairstyle for Little Girls Side

Style by Shakia Allen, 10 Gems Salon, Beaufort, SC

How To Style:

  1. Apply a light hold gel to strands and comb through.
  2. Twist hair with fingers all over to create the whimsical ringlets.
  3. Starting at the ear on one side of the head, create a tight braid.

Recommended Products:

Organics Kids Smoothing and Styling Gel!

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

All face shapes can wear this style. Thick and curly hair is needed for this look.

Tip:

A super tight braid is a nice look for young girls and gives the illusion of a shaved head like the “big girls” are doing these days.

#10 Perfect Princess

Written by Irene Bredthauer

This stunning updo is fit for a princess! Cute little curls are all pinned up for a special occasion.

Updo Hairstyle with Curls for Little Girls

Style by Connie Masullo, Unique Hair Design, Lincoln Park, NJ

Updo Hairstyle with Curls for Little Girls Side

Style by Connie Masullo, Unique Hair Design, Lincoln Park, NJ

How To Style:

  1. Curl the entire head of hair with a small or medium-sized curling iron.
  2. Loosely gather up curls and pin them up on the top first, then add other pieces gradually until you achieve the look you want.

Recommended Products:

Circle of Friends Valerie’s Vanilla Freeze Hairspray will keep this sweet updo in place all day and night.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

All face shapes and hair types can wear a sweet version of this hairstyle.

Tip:

Have your daughter get dressed first so you don’t ruin her hair while taking clothes off and putting clothes on.

#11 Daisy Jane

Written by Irene Bredthauer

This haircut and style is perfect for pre-teen girls who want to feel a little more grown up. Tweens will love the soft textured layers of this haircut. Detailing the hairstyle with some micro braids are a great way to add interest and texture. Choose to top off the look with flowers or skip the accessoriesaltogether and still look great.

hairstyles for little girls

Style by Victoria Mines

adorable little girl hairstyles

Style by Victoria Mines

How To Style:

  1. Start with clean dry hair and part to the side.
  2. Section up most of your hair so a small area of hair by the neck is dropped down.
  3. Use 1½-inch curling iron or slightly larger to just grab and flip out the tips of the hair.
  4. Continue dropping down hair sections and repeat the process of flipping out the ends.
  5. When hair is completely flipped grab a small one-inch by one-inch section of hair up at the part line and braid it down. Secure with a clear elastic tie.
  6. Add one or two more braids if you wish and accessorize as you please.

Recommended Products:

Use a light hold hairspray like Fekkai Sheer Hold Hair Spray. It has a featherweight feel and also helps to add some shine.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

The side part and longer layers make this a great option for all face shapes. Curlier haired girls will have a harder time recreating this look on their own, but straight to wavy textures will work wonderfully with any thickness.

Tip:

Some moms will say no to coloring for girls who are so young. If you have a relentless asking child, highlights are a great way to compromise. Keep the color just a few shades lighter for a nice and natural look that will make you both happy.

#12 Braided Bonnie

Written by Irene Bredthauer

This cute and simple hairstyle is timeless and perfect for girls with hair past their shoulders. Having the hair parted on the side keeps it a little more fresh as well as the fun color coordinating accessories. Make your daughter run down a hill and you’ll feel like The Little House on the Prairie in no time!

cutest hairstyles for little girls

How To Style:

  1. Start with clean dry hair and part it to side at a diagonal towards the center of the head.
  2. When your part reaches the back of the head, pull the part straight down and secure both sections with a hair tie.
  3. Drop down of the sections, divide it into three chunks of hair, then braid.
  4. Secure the braid with an elastic at the bottom and repeat the braid on the opposite section.

Recommended Products:

You don’t need a ton of product for this hairstyle, but if you want to add some hold you can spray it with something kid friendly like Zoo on Yoo Happy Hippo Kid’s Hairspray.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

This hairstyle is great for all face shapes and the side part makes it especially great for pear shaped faces. All hair types and textures can achieve this adorable style as long as their hair is long enough.

Tip:

For another look, follow the same steps and then use bobby pins to wrap braids up into a bun and secure. Cute!

#13 Sweetheart Susie

Written by Irene Bredthauer

I love this sweet and simple updo. It’s the small details in this hairstyle that make it special. The twisted back bangs, the tousled ponytail, and the chicheadband make this little girl hairstyle simply stunning.

updo hairstyle for little girl

How To Style:

  1. Take about a two inch-wide triangle section of hair on the top of the center of the head in the front and backcomb it slightly.
  2. Smooth the section back, twist it, then secure with a bobby pin on the top of the head.
  3. Pull all of the hair up into a ponytail just under the crown of the head.
  4. Hairspray the ponytail and backcomb slightly to add some wispy and gritty texture.
  5. Twist and pin some pieces of the ponytail to the head for a fun, shattered shape.
  6. Top it off with a cute headband or ribbon and you’re done!

Recommended Products:

Start with a great foundation in the shower. I love L’Oreal Paris Kids 2-in-1 Shampoo. It comes in a few fun scents and works great. Kids love it!

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

All little girls can pull this look off. Just make sure that she has long enough hair to pull it up.

Tip:

Don’t tie your little girl’s hair up every day or you could cause breakage on herfine hair.

#14 French Braid Felicity

Written by Irene Bredthauer

You just can’t go wrong with the classics for little girl hairstyles. The French Braid was all the rage in the nineties and it’s still going strong for young girls who want a cool and secure way to keep their hair up and out of the way.

french braid hairstyle for little girls

How To Style:

  1. Start with clean dry hair that is completely tangle free.
  2. Start at the top of the head and French braid. (You can watch great how-tos on YouTube. Just search for French braids!)

Recommended Products:

I adore Scunci Effortless No Damage Hair Elastics because you they won’t snag, look great in black, and you can find them at practically every drugstore.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

This braid looks great on anyone and on all hair types and textures. If your child has bangs or a lot of layering in their haircut, the style may not come out as smooth. It is definitely best for girls with long layers or one length haircuts.

Tip:

The French braid is perfect for athletes. Comfortable, clean and secure, your daughter won’t need to mess with bobby pins, clips or headbands. Soccer, softball, or even dance classes are activities where you don’t want distracting hair, so opt for this timeless braid.

#15 Ballerina Bella

Written by Irene Bredthauer

Only a tiny ballerina could pull off twisted buns on top of the head with huge white bows. Buns are an awesome way to bring up the sophistication of pigtails. They’re also a fabulous way to keep hair up and out of your child’s eyes and face. This sweet style would be perfect for a birthday party, church or other special occasion.

little girl twisted buns hairstyle

How To Style:

  1. To keep the look more soft and natural, use your fingers to part hair into two sections right down the middle of the head from front to back.
  2. Gather the hair up and into two elastics so you have two high ponytails.
  3. Spray the ponytail hair with some hairspray and then twist them tightly.
  4. Spiral the twists down and around the hair tie and secure with bobby pins.
  5. Spray the whole head with strong hold hairspray for add security.
  6. Accessorize with your favorite colored ribbons!

Recommended Products:

I love Goody’s Ouchless Mini Elastics in clear because they work great and won’t snag hair. The clear color is perfect for any hair color and won’t clash with any colored ribbon either. Also check out their bobby pins for ultimate security when pinning. Opt for a strong hold hairspray like Big Sexy Hair’s Spray and Stay when you have completed your look.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Girls will need longer hair to be able to achieve the higher buns. Any type of texture or face shape would work great with this hairstyle.

Tip:

When securing the buns with bobbies, push the pins in sideways towards the center of the hair tie, not into the head. The result will be more secure and you also won’t hurt your little ballerina’s head.

#16 Cute Caitlin

Written by Irene Bredthauer

Who remembers having blunt bangs as a child? This timeless style is super cute on kids who want to add a little framing to their face. These classic bangs are kept in a thickness proportional to the amount of overall hair. They are also rounded out slightly towards the temples to make them appear soft.

hairstyle for little girl with bangs

Photo Credit: Shutterstock.com

How To Style:

  1. Spray a good detangling spray on towel dried hair.
  2. Comb out any tangles and comb bangs straight down. Let hair air dry or use a blow dryer to remove moisture.

Recommended Products:

Grab Paul Mitchell’s Lite Detangler spray for out of the shower combing time. The spray is super lightweight and also nourishes and conditions the hair as it’s absorbed. You can also spray it on dry hair when you’re in a pinch.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Bangs look great on round, pear, and some heart shaped faces. Girls withcurly hair will not be able to have short bangs around their face, so make sure your daughter has pretty straight hair that will lay down nicely.  If your daughter has crazy cowlicks in the front you may not be able to get them to lay down, so always consult with a professional when cutting hair.

Tip:

Bangs are a great idea for girls who have a ton of hair and like to wear it down all the time. Instead of watching them struggle trying to put hair behind their ears all the time, chop in some bangs for a light and easy feel.

#17 Beautiful Bailey

Written by Irene Bredthauer

Do bobs get any more adorable than this? Chin length bob haircuts are to die for on little girls and this particular version is no exception. Side parts are perfect for this age. The style also and lends itself to sweet side clips and barrettes. Keep hair off your daughter’s face by doing two small French braids that are secured in the back for a delightful hairstyle.

chin length little girls hairstyles

How To Style:

  1. Start with clean dry hair that is tangle free. Use a wide toothed comb or a paddle brush to detangle easier.
  2. Grab a section of hair on the top of the head to either side of the part and French braid a diagonal section towards the ear.
  3. When you reach just behind the ear, secure with an elastic.
  4. Repeat on the opposite side of the part.

Recommended Products:

Healthy Sexy Hair’s Tri-Wheat Leave-In Conditioner Spray is awesome at detangling and hydrating hair. Apply a few sprays of the fine mist on hair out of the shower and comb through.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

This side-parted bob would look great on round, heart or square shaped faces. Thin to thick hair can achieve this style and add texture, too. Curly bobs are my absolute favorite on little girls!

Tip:

Fine toothed combs will snag and pull more, so always opt for one with wider spaced teeth. It will make the brushing a lot gentler for her and easier for you.

#18 Ponytail Paige

Written by Irene Bredthauer

Nothing is sweeter than your daughter’s beautiful face! Show it off by pulling hair up and out of her eyes and back into a fashion forward ponytail. Adding a section of hair at time to the ponytail creates a fun, caterpillar-like effect and is played up with colorful coordinating hair ties. This look is super cute for long or short hair and also great for all occasions.

ponytail for little girls

Photo Credit: Shutterstock.com

How To Style:

  1. Take a small square section of hair on the top of the head and secure it with a hair tie about one to two inches away from the front hairline. Leave the hair from the crown and down out of the ponytails.
  2. Grab another square section of hair to the right of the section you just tied and include the hair from the first ponytail into another secured elastic.
  3. Continue adding more sections until you have a row of about three to five hair tied sections. It should look kind of like a connected train.
  4. When hair is back behind the ear, grab all the remaining hair that was left down and pull it over to secure as the last ponytail.

Recommended Products:

If you are worried about flyaways or pieces falling out, you can choose to use a hairspray like JoiMist Medium Hairspray by Bel Air Beauty Joico.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

Ponytails look great on everyone. If your child’s hair is too thin or fine it may not be able to create all of the sections, so medium to thicker hair is best.

Tip:

This style is great for young girls who have lots of layers in their hair because the small, secured sections will keep the layers from falling out.

#19 Hip Hayley

Written by Irene Bredthauer

Here’s another fun take on the classic pigtail hairstyle. Leave hair down and only tie up the top two sections for a fabulous and full look. It’s a great hairstyle to get hair back and away from the face and still look sweet and chic. Use girly scrunchies or elastics and colorful ribbons to secure.

little girls wispy ponytail

Photo Credit: Shutterstock.com

How To Style:

  1. Start with clean dry hair.
  2. Use a comb to part hair down the middle, starting at the forehead and stopping about four inches back by the crown.
  3. Continue the section down behind the ear and gather that whole section of hair up into a ponytail.
  4. Secure the section with an elastic tie and repeat on the opposite side so you have two ponytails on top of the head.
  5. Use a ribbon or colored scrunchie on top of the elastic to add a fun pop.

Recommended Products:

Use some Gold Glimmer Shine Spray by Moroccan Oil on dry hair for a healthy glossy glow. Emi Jay Hair Ties are an excellent ribbon-like elastic hair tie that secures hair, but won’t leave ponytail kinks in the hair when taken out. They are perfect for all ages!

Tip:

Braid the ponytails for an added touch of interest.

#20 Lovely Lucy

Written by Irene Bredthauer

Incorporate your braiding skills into this beautiful side ponytail. The braided texture, soft sweeping part and girly accents all work together for a gorgeous overall look. Grab some ribbon to tie off the ponytail and you’re good to go!

little girls long brown braids hairstyle

Style Brianna Linert, Casal Aveda Institute, Youngstown, PA

little girls long hair with braids

Style Brianna Linert, Casal Aveda Institute, Youngstown, PA

How To Style:

  1. Start with clean dry hair that has been parted to the side.
  2. Starting at the front part, pull a medium-sized section of hair back andFrench braid it back at an angle to the opposite ear.
  3. When you reach the back area of hair behind the ear with your braid, gather up ALL remaining hair and secure it low to the neck into a ponytail.
  4. Add a ribbon for glitz!

Recommended Products:

Use a flexible hold hairspray like Alterna’s Caviar Hairspay on hair before you braid to add a little grit to your strands and make it stay in place a little easier.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

All face shapes can rock a side pony with a braid. Yay! Medium to thick hair is best and straight to curly hair types will work with this hairstyle.

Tip:

Short bangs won’t work too well with this loose side braid. The short pieces may stick out and look silly.

Some of these styles make me wish I was a kid again! Don’t take these special years for granted and start spending some time being creative with your little girl’s hair.

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  • Abria

    August 3, 2016 #1 Author

    I can’t wait until my little one has a head full of hair. Her hairstyle options would be endless ???

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  • Antonia Owen’s

    August 3, 2016 #2 Author

    This is beautiful I love her hair ?

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  • YaYa

    August 3, 2016 #3 Author

    Omg This iS Gorgeous??

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  • Cynthia robertson

    August 3, 2016 #4 Author

    Love this babies hair ?

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  • Keni

    August 4, 2016 #5 Author

    #22 is so cute I wish I could’ve pull off that style! I can not wait until I have a baby girl so I can do these styles to her hair!

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  • Neek

    August 9, 2016 #6 Author

    Love number 9, beautiful

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  • JaQuis W.

    August 13, 2016 #7 Author

    I love the first one I thing I’ll try that style for my daughter first day of preK Monday.!

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  • Shaterria Dawson

    September 24, 2016 #8 Author

    I always try to find some different styles for my daughter hair! Some of these were very helpf and seems easy! I am no where near good at doing hair but I think I could pull some of these off!

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  • Danielle

    September 27, 2016 #9 Author

    These Hair Styles Are So Cute ! Can’t wait to try them on my daughter

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  • Yon Yon

    September 29, 2016 #10 Author

    OMG !!!!! I wish I can Do My Baby Hair like #8……. So Adorable

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  • Monique

    September 29, 2016 #11 Author

    I love these hairstyles, so cute!!!

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  • Heather

    September 29, 2016 #12 Author

    Super cute styles. Definitely going to try a few in my daughters hair.

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  • Deja

    September 30, 2016 #13 Author

    Cute hairstyles and many good ideas I will try on my daughter

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  • Deja

    September 30, 2016 #14 Author

    Yes very cute I’m am going to try them on my daughter

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  • Le’Asha Edwards

    September 30, 2016 #15 Author

    She’s So Adorable, Love The Hair Style!

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  • Amel Johnson

    October 2, 2016 #16 Author

    I love her hair too cute!

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  • Tamara

    November 2, 2016 #17 Author

    My niece have long hair thanks for cute ideas.

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  • Kia

    November 9, 2016 #18 Author

    My Daughter Can Only Do #15 Until Her Hair Grows More & Fuller. She Has A Silky Curly Hair Texture. But The Platts Are In For Now.

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  • Marie baggett

    November 14, 2016 #19 Author

    I wish my baby hair was long enough to get these styles they are so cute

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  • Andrea Gentry

    November 17, 2016 #20 Author

    I love these hairstyles! So cute!

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  • Dre

    November 17, 2016 #21 Author

    I can’t wait to try a few styles

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  • Brittney

    November 17, 2016 #22 Author

    Love these styles!! Super cute!

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  • Tamesha

    December 6, 2016 #23 Author

    I love how diverse this article is!!

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