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10 Hair Ideas for Girls

Moms shouldn’t have all the fun with hair! I dug up some hair ideas from some of my favorite children’s look books. Have a peek, after the jump!

  • Crown Braids 1 of 10
    Crown Braids
    Though this look has been popular for women the past year or so, this is such a sweet look for a little girl. Plus, it keeps hair out of the way for playtime!
    Spotted at Boden
  • Bob With No Bangs 2 of 10
    Bob With No Bangs
    This is a super fun, short cut that can be embellished with a barrette or flower at the side.
    Spotted at Anais & I
  • Top Knot Bun 3 of 10
    Top Knot Bun
    A great way to keep hair out of the way and a fun look to add a bit of sophistication to any outfit!
    Spotted at Boden
  • Long Pigtails 4 of 10
    Long Pigtails
    Pull those long tresses into two adorable pigtails!
    Spotted at J.Crew
  • Bob With Bangs 5 of 10
    Bob With Bangs
    A classic but always adorable look.
    Spotted at Olive Juice
  • Side Braid 6 of 10
    Side Braid
    A sassy but sweet look for school or play time!
    Spotted at J.Crew
  • Side Ponytail 7 of 10
    Side Ponytail
    This pretty side ponytail, strewn with flowers, is a gorgeous for a special occasion or just an everyday tea party!
    Spotted at Tea
  • Be-Ribboned Braids 8 of 10
    Be-Ribboned Braids
    Add a bit of ribbon when braiding hair, for some fun color!
    Spotted at Tea
  • Big Bows 9 of 10
    Big Bows
    Don't be afraid of big bows. This one is done just right, paired with 60's inspired hair.
    Spotted at Misha Lulu
  • Short Bob 10 of 10
    Short Bob
    This shorter style bob is maintenance free and easy to wear everyday!
    Spotted at Misha Lulu

Top Photos: J.Crew and Boden.

Chelsea Fuss is a blogger and prop stylist based in Portland, OR. You can read more of her posts at Frolic!

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