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23 Quick & Easy Hairstyles for Little Girls

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Back to school pictures should be happening any day now, so I pulled together some adorable hairstyles for your little sweetie to try out. Most of them are so simple you could do them on your average school day (would you?). Check out 23 Quick & Easy Hairstyles for Little Girls…

Heidi Braids with a Bow 1 of 23
Check out this easy tutorial to make the stylish Heidi braids with a bow.

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Criss-Cross Apple Sauce 2 of 23
Criss-Cross two smaller braids and tie them into pigtails.

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Fun with Ponytails 3 of 23
Gather sections little by little and secure with a different colored ponytail holder.

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The Classic Pigtails 4 of 23
You can never go wrong with a cute set of pigtails with ribbons.

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Double Twist Back 5 of 23
This is a great hairstyle for looking extra dressed up.

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Flip Through Pony Bun 6 of 23
Follow this simple tutorial to learn how to make a flip through pony or turn it into a up-do bun.

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The Twist Back 7 of 23
Twist back a portion of her hair and clip it to the back of her hair. So easy.

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Waterfall Braid 8 of 23
This style requires a little more time, but once you've got it down pat it'll take no time at all.

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How to French Braid 9 of 23
Once you've mastered the French braid there are an infinite number of hairstyles to do.

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Short Hair Fun 10 of 23
This video tutorial will show you how to master this simple style.

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The Loopy Bun 11 of 23
I can assure you this looks way more complicated than it really is.

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Same Side Lace Braid 12 of 23
Check out this spin on the popular waterfall braid.

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Cute-As-Can-Be Pigtails 13 of 23
Brush her hair back into two tight pigtails and top off with a big bow.

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The Twisted Pony 14 of 23
Twist up your hair all day and have flowing waves all the next.

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The Linking Pigtails 15 of 23
This super cool hairstyle can be done right before school.

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The Hair Bow 16 of 23
Learn how to style her hair in a so cute hair bow.

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Messy Pigtail Braids 17 of 23
Make two very loose pigtail braids and top off with a cute headband.

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Pin Curl Crown 18 of 23
This special hairstyle holds up all day and is great for the holidays.

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Embracing the Waves 19 of 23
Twist back sections into small ponytails and let her waves hang freely.

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Two the Twist 20 of 23
Twist back two sides of her hair and clip in the back.

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Twist into a Bun 21 of 23
Twist her hair back gathering more hair as you go and secure in a twisted bun on the side of her head.

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Goodbye Bangs 22 of 23
Twist back her bangs and secure with a clip or bobby pin. Pull the rest of the hair into a ponytail and add a ribbon or headband.

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Spunky Braided Pigtails 23 of 23
Tie her hair into two pigtails and then braid the rest of the hair and secure them at the end with a cute hair tie.

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Jaime Morrison Curtis is author of the bestselling book Prudent Advice: Lessons for My Baby Daughter (A Life List for Every Woman) and founding co-editor at Prudent Baby, the premier DIY destination for crafty moms seeking ways to make their lives even more stylish and beautiful.

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