The season is changing and that means it’s time to try out some new hairstyles for kids to switch things up. From updos to partial updos to free locks with some braids, there’s no shortage of opportunities to make your little one look extra cute this spring and beyond.
It’s easy to get into the habit of the same couple of styles but if your little one is asking for something different, you should absolutely try one of these easy hairstyles. We are talking maximum return on investment here as these styles aren’t hard to pull off but look like a million bucks! Take a look below.
Try One of These New Hairstyles for Kids.
Bubble braids have been a fun trend for some time now. They look so fantastic on little girls and are one of the most playful hairstyles for kids. You can find a tutorial on how to achieve them here.
Criss Cross Dutch Braids
Here’s a classic and sophisticated look among these hairstyles for kids. The cross action really does add so much visual interest. You can find a tutorial for how to achieve this look here.
“Needed a quick style this morning so went with this 5 strand ribbon braid,” the person who styled this hair shared. We think it turned out beautifully! Let your child pick their favorite color ribbon and then get to work. Find a tutorial on how to achieve this here.
Knotless Twists with Asymmetrical Ponies
Chances are you are getting your child’s twists done by a professional but we love the way they were styled on this child with asymmetrical ponytails that add so much playfulness and whimsy.
These waterfall bubble braids not only look 100% adorable, but it is also one of the easiest hairstyles for kids on this list to pull off. Find out how to do it here.
Lace Dutch Braid Headband
Here’s a classic look that’s making a comeback, lace dutch braids into a headband. Discover how to pull off this, easier than it looks, style here.
French Twists with a Zig-Zag Part
A fast and fun way to add some texture is with a zig-zag part. This parent has parted the hair and then turned it into two french twists. Find out how to do a zig-zag part here. Discover how to achieve French twists here. How fun!
When In Doubt, Ballerina Bun
One of the best hairstyles for kids on bad hair days is a simple ballerina bun. You can go as tight or as messy with it as you like and each has its virtues. You can learn how to pull off the perfect ballerina bun here.
A French Fishtail Braid
One of the best hairstyles for kids that always looks expensive and dramatic that’s not at all hard to accomplish is a French fishtail braid. Doesn’t that just look astonishing? You can find out how to do it yourself here.
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A Delightful Double Braid Tie-Back
A very, very cute look. especially with longer hair is the double braid tie-back. It will work with any hair length and texture, however. For Bohemian style, you can’t do better than this. Your little girl will feel like a princess! You can learn how to do this style here.
There you go! Aren’t these hairstyles for kids super cute? We hope you found some hair inspiration and that you’ll be braiding, tying, and combing your child’s hair into something inspired. Have fun!
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- 1 Try One of These New Hairstyles for Kids.
- 1.1 Bubble Braids
- 1.2 Criss Cross Dutch Braids
- 1.3 Ribbon Braid
- 1.4 Knotless Twists with Asymmetrical Ponies
- 1.5 Waterfall Bubblebraids
- 1.6 Lace Dutch Braid Headband
- 1.7 French Twists with a Zig-Zag Part
- 1.8 When In Doubt, Ballerina Bun
- 1.9 A French Fishtail Braid
- 1.10 A Delightful Double Braid Tie-Back
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