March 14, 2016

Teaching My Daughter How To Do Her Hair

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Ever since my daughter was really young she has hated to get her hair fixed. The minute you start to brush her hair she cries and says it hurts. I have kept her hair in a cute little bob most of her life, but over the last couple years, I have let her grow it out. I always tell her if she isn't going to let me comb it or fix it then she needs to learn how to do it herself. Over the past few months, I have been teaching her how to do really simple hair styles that she can do herself.  We have found that having the right tools has really helped her. Today I wanted to share a quick and easy hair tutorial that you could teach  your daughter. 



She has really straight hair so it tangles really easily, so she has to brush it a lot throughout the day. We picked up the Goody Ouchless Brush from Walmart, and we love it. The brush has FlexGlide bristles that are strong enough to get the tangles are, but she doesn't feel the snags or pulling. No more tears when she or I try and brush her hair now. It's a favorite for both of us.  


She uses the Goody ouchless brush to brush out her hair. 


I taught her just a simple braid. Just by teaching her that she has been able to do braided pigtails, one single braid down the back, and then she can do these little braids in the front. 


After the braid, she takes the Goody Gelous Grip Paddle Brush and brushes all her hair to one side. This brush works well to just smooth the hair and it makes it easy for her grab all the hair to brush it to the side.


Then pulls all her hair into a ponytail on the side.


I taught her how to pull her braid apart just a little bit so that it looks fuller. Then
she tucks the braid into her ponytail.


We love messy buns in our house. Also, a little tip is messy buns are great for girls that can't get everything just perfect. The messier the better. :)


So cute.


This tutorial was so easy and but great for young girls to do. Having the right tools is key in successful mornings. 


 I also picked up the Goody Straight Talk Boar Bristle Brush for myself. I love that it smooths and adds a bit of shine to my hair. For more Goody Hair brush tutorials check out.


Check out Walmart for all your hair brushing needs.








5 comments:

  1. Aw! This is the sweetest post <3 Looks like she's learning fast!

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  2. Your daughter is adorable! She's great at braids! So cute!

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  3. What an awesome bonding moment-- and she's great at doing her own hair already!

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  4. Aweee, what sweet bonding time for y'all! Her braid is perfect! I wish I had known how to braid my hair at her age! Way to go for teaching her sooner rather than later! p.s. she is adorable!

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  5. Your little girl is doing such a good job at it! And it's such a cute, kid-friendly hairstyle! #client

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