Monday, March 1, 2010

Easter Pic or Special Occasion HairDO! First of 4


Easter is in a month or so and I know I will be taking my kiddos pics in thier special little coordinating outfits like the rest of you.  So I posted this tutorial for all you looking for a cute hairdo to go with those Gorgeous kiddos of yours!

I am doing my daughters hair for church every Sunday anyway.  So, I thought why not show Blogland just incase you need a dressy DO for your upcoming Pics or Sunday best.  Hope you enjoy....

First of all you will need the following...


I cannot STRESS ENOUGH how important it is to have some really GOOD hairspray and by GOOD I mean really putting a hole in the ozone layer kind of hairspray ...Sorry Mr. Ozone,  I love you but I also like my hair to stay put! And a good brush like above to make it smooth.

Next you will need an adorable little girl and if you are this far into the post I am assuming you have one or more of those.  Part her hair to the side or you can do it straight back if you want.

Leave some out, we will get to that later.  Pull the rest back into a ponytail, pretty high up, but don't pull the whole ponytail thru your last time around.


Then split the hair from the ponytail that is hanging,  into 4 sections....
Then you start to roll each section toward the head...

Keep rolling until you get back to the head

Keep rolling until you get it tight to the head

Then bobbypin it on each side of the roll.  Continue with the other 3 sections remaining to start forming them around the one in the middle


Stay with me it is coming together.  In this pic I am on my last section.  The one in the middle is the pony tail you did not pull all the way thru!
And Badda Bing Badda Boom here is a cute hairdo for Easter pics and Sunday best or special occasion


                                    The piece left over curl and place behind the ear.


                        

Then curl any left over hair that was to short to get pulled back.


Like this.


I will be posting 3 more hair do's before Easter hope you enjoy!!!
My hat is off to all those out there posting tutorials...not an easy task!

And thanks to the hubbs for taking the pics when you would have rather been taking your Sunday nap!
And OF COURSE to my pookey butt, Dee Dee for modeling and enduring the hairdo tutorial!
Tootoolou for now!
-K

21 comments:

Jamee said...

can't wait for my daughter's hair to grow so i can do something like this for it. thanks for sharing

Jillian said...

Cute, cute, cute! The hairdo AND the model! :)

I agree...tutorials are difficult. You did great!

Have you seen Abby Goss' apostolic hairdos on youtube? Cute styles for long hair.

Kaysi said...

Wow she is gorgeous!! I love that hair style, I wish I had longer hair so I could do it to my hair

Victoria said...

Ohhhhhhhhhhhhh isn't she precious!!! I have 3 sons but maybe, just maybe, one day in the future they'll give me a little grand daughter so I can play with her hair!

Denise Marie said...

Wowza!! gorgeous.

The DIY Show Off said...

How cute and you make it look so easy. Beautiful model! :)

Thanks so much for sharing your tutorial in the DIY Project Parade. I love seeing different ideas and this is such a good DIY feature! :)

Roeshel

Mad Sewing Love said...

What a great idea to post this. How cute is she!! I have done similiar do's for Madison but not with this exact technique. I'm gonna give it a try.

concretenprimroses said...

She's a pretty little girl no matter how her hair is done, but I must say - you really know what you are doing with hair! Beautiful!
Kathy

fawnda said...

Very cute! And your model is ADORABLE! Thanks for sharing! : )

Becky@Beyond The Picket Fence said...

Beautiful--hair and the model. My daughter will love this!

Meg said...

I love it--and I have 2 daughters to practice this on. I must say, your model (who's adorable, btw), sure endured getting her hair done better than my models do! ;)

Sandra said...

Cute little model and perfect Easter hair-do. I loved getting dressed up in my new Easter clothes and heading off to church as a little girl.

Lori said...

Nice job on the Easter hair do..

Thanks for joining Get Your Craft on Thurs. Please join me next week for another great party.

Ginger said...

So sweet what a clever idea for doing hair loved it!
awesome!

Jennifer said...

You can tell she loves it, too! So cute!

shaleza said...

Fantastic! I had just been thinking about doing something like that with my girls! Do you have any ideas for shoulder-length hair?

Julie said...

How adorable!

Anurb said...

che stupenda modella...per una stupenda acconciatura!!!!!Bravissima!!!

Helen @ Blue Eyed Beauty Blog said...

I absolutely love this hairstyle! It is one of my favorites to do!

Helen
Blue Eyed Beauty Blog

Helen @ Blue Eyed Beauty Blog said...

I just wanted to let you know that I have linked this tutorial on my blog because it is so good! Thanks for posting!

Helen
Blue Eyed Beauty Blog

Gordon said...

Cute little model and perfect Easter hair-do. I loved getting dressed up in my new Easter clothes and heading off to church as a little girl.