It can be difficult to find a haircut for your little girl that is easy to style and on point with current trends. However, you have plenty of options to choose from, and you’re sure to find one that she loves too.
Kids don’t just “have issues” with the way their hair looks, society plays a huge part in giving them unhealthy beauty standards. That’s why I love seeing little ones rock their natural hair in all its glory.
The best you can do is help them get the proper hair routine for their kind of hair texture. Skai Jackson looks adorable with a simple middle part and hydrated, luscious curls.
It’s almost impossible to go wrong with a simple side part. They’re universally flattering and always in style. Tie up her tresses with a patterned scarf headband to give it an uber-trendy update.
With kids, styles that are low-maintenance are usually your best bet, and long, curly layers are just that. Best of all, curly layers are super versatile, so when she feels like doing something different, you can!
Top buns are popular among girls of all ages, and they’re a quick, easy style to do before heading out to school or practice. Curl the ends of her hair for an extra touch of sweetness.
For a similar look, do two top half buns instead of one. It’s just as easy, but is a bit edgier than a single bun, giving it that “cool girl” vibe.
Braids of all sorts are perfect for little girls; if you’re lucky, she can even wear them for more than one day, which saves styling time. Two French braids will keep everything in place during playtime.
Fishtail braids are a fun way to add some variety to your daughter’s braids, especially if she wears them all the time. To help keep her hair out of her face, opt for a single side braid instead of two.
Few styles are easier to achieve than messy buns. Simply divide her hair into two sections and twist each half into a bun. Don’t bother trying to smooth down flyaway hairs or tucking each piece in; the messier, the better!
Short hair can be just as versatile as long hair, and it looks just as cute with a top knot! Grab a scrunchie in her favorite color and pull half of her hair into a small bun or ponytail.
For natural and curly hair that’s short, use a cute headband to push it back and keep things in place. You can even add on a flower, clip, or bow for extra cuteness.
Whether you’re running late or your daughter is having a bad hair day, sometimes covering things up is the only way to go. Instead of using a hat, use a patterned scarf for a more feminine, retro look.