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56 Creative Little Girls Hairstyles For Your Princess

Doing little girls’ hair is a fun thing but convincing your child to sit and allow you to catch her hair from all over her head is obviously beyond fun. Most little girls have a good sense of style and they want to follow what their mommy wears whether it is lipstick, hairstyle, shoes, or tops. But as we all know that every child has a different temperament and choices so some of them hate when their mommy even touches their hair, hence it becomes a trouble to manage their hair.

So we’ve tried our best to include easy as well as complex but creative little girls hairstyles for your princess to ensure all of you find something for your daughters. You must know a few tips while doing your girl’s hair and the number 1 tip is to catch her hair while they are almost dry not completely dry; as it will help you catch maximum fly-aways.

When you do hair of a toddler or a girl who is five to six years old or younger; try to pair your hairdos with some kind of bobby pins, bow clips, or bobby bands. Because younger kids shake their head a lot and they are not able to manage their fly-aways.

Knots and Buns

1) Celtic Knot

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Celtic Knot
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A hairstyle for your little princess that seems like it is made with a lot of effort but making it doesn’t take too much time as is visible in the picture.

2) Aztec Carousel Braided Bun

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Aztec Carousel Braided Bun
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This kind of braid for little girls is so simple and comment getter that your girl will love to wear this every other day.

3) Cute Top Knots

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Cute Top Knots
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It takes two minutes to create this fun hairstyle. You need a couple of lovely top knots depending on the thickness of your girl’s hair. Knots are the most creative little girls hairstyles that are easier to create.

4) Wispy Top Knots

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Wispy Top Knots
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Damp her hair and apply some gel. Leaving front bangs, French braid all 30% of hair until you reach upper ear. Secure each side with clear elastic and create a messy bun on both sides. Now starting from one side, braid around the head until you have no more hair to include.

Braids

1) Chain Link Motif

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Chain Link Motif
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Center part your girl’s hair and create a two inch section on both sides. We’ll make a chain with it. Divide this two inch section into two portions and twist each like a thread and make a chain like it is displayed in the picture. Now make a braid joining the ends of chain, on both sides.

2) Braided Bonnie

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Braided Bonnie
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Make a high ponytail and create two sections of this ponytail. Now turn one part into a simple braid and twist the other part around this braid and join both braids at the end.

3) Heidi Braids with Bows

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Heidi Braids with Bows
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Making this hairstyle is quite simple. Tuck the ends of each braid into one another and you’re done.

4) Reverse Fishtail Braid

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Reverse Fishtail Braid
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This braid is made by picking small sections of hair from the inside and joining them to the outside. Once you begin with a flow, it becomes easier though it seems a bit complicated. Fishtails are the creative little girls hairstyles that are a bit complex to create.

Ponytails

1) Zig Zag Ponytail

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Zig Zag Ponytail
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This hairstyle is a bit difficult to create and it is not for every child because most children hate when their mommy catches their hair too tightly.

2) Quadruple Flipped Ponytail

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Quadruple Flipped Ponytail
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This cute hairstyle for little girls is best made with thick hair and you need some practice to do it with perfection.

3) Wrapped Pony

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Wrapped Pony
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Make a plain ponytail and leave a two inch section of hair below the ponytail. Instead of securing it with an elastic band, wrap it with the left over strands of hair.

4) Flips in a Tail

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You can make this tail with one or more than one flips depending on the thickness of your hair. Make a simple ponytail and secure it with an elastic band and then pull it downwards to lose your ponytail. Now flip the end of the ponytail once or twice to finish it. Repeat the steps if you want more than one flips with equal gaps.

5) Braid on a Ponytail

Braid on a Ponytail
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Taking hair from one side, braid them until you reach at the back to the ponytail point. Now wrap the braid around your girl’s ponytail like you wrap an elastic band.

We hope now you’ll not be worried while doing your daughter’s hair, because this list of creative little girls hairstyles offers something for your girl’s hairdos whether it is for school, casual, or party preparation.

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