Bye-Bye, Ponytail! 11 Easy Hairdos For Your Daughter

07/06/2018 - 02:00 PM

Between fancy updos and no-frizz curls, it often looks like little girls are stopping by the salon en route to school. Unfortunately, you're a one-trick ponytail when it comes to hairstyling. Though you may not have a cosmetology degree, it doesn't mean you have to send your girl to school with lackluster locks. We've rounded up 11 easy-to-follow tutorials for some of the most creative hairstyles that your little girl will love. From chic buns to crazy braids, these styles will make your daughter's do the talk of the playground.

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When french braids become boring, throw together a simple fishtail.

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Ballerina Bun

She doesn't have to be a dancer to rock this classic, chic look.

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Braided Headband

Trade tight headbands for a trendy braid that keeps hair out of her face.

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Side Knots

Great for girls with short hair, this 'do is free of elastics.

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Topsy Tail

This do puts a twist — literally — on the traditional pony tail.

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Grecian Tuck

Transform your little girl into a goddess with a headband and a few twists.

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No-Heat Curls

Want to give your girl some waves? Trade an iron for easy-to-make knots.

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Four-Strand Round Braid

For girls with long locks, try this easy yet eye-catching braid.

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Criss-Cross Braids

This criss-cross method is an easy way to amp up her pigtails.

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Hair Bow

If your little girl loves bow, then she'll go crazy for this cute hairstyle.

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Lace Braid Heart

A cute twist on a half-up, this 'do is perfect for Valentine's Day — or really any day!

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