Hairstyles for Kids – Copy Cat Hairstyle

Lately I haven’t been too creative with my hairstyles for kids (sorry about that, sometimes I just don’t have time for amazing childrens hairstyles or I’m just not creative).

Anyway, so Bunny’s hair was all prepped for a hair style and I had no idea what to do with her hair.

A little while later I was surfing the web when I stumbled onto this post on and fell in love with it!

It was like the heavens cleared and I just KNEW that this was the one. So anyway, Mrs. Trae was very nice and agreed to let me take her style. Hope you love it!

For braiding the hair you’ll need:

As always, I started with clean, detangled, stretched hair.

The hardest part about this hair style is all the two strand twists that I had to do. I began by parting out a three inch slanted section and cornrowed it. I did beads at the base (a sparkly blue one and sparkly orange) just for a splash of color, but that’s completely optional.

And of course I used bright pink rubber bands at the ends of the cornrows before I two strand twisted her hair to the end.

I think that’s about it for instructions really. I really wanted to do rope twists instead of the two strand twists kind but I was in a hurry (we were going to a car show afterward with our dad and I absolutely love cars) so there just wasn’t time.

I’m hoping we get a really great twist out from this hair style as well!

Rope Twists (left) VS Two strand twists (right)

And no, I didn’t leave the rope twists in!

Make sure you stop by for more hairstyle for kids, natural hair styles, lots of pictures of her beyond cute daughters, and even hairstyles for African American women, too!

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