6. Alphabet Braids
Perfect for a first day of school. Watch the instructional video here.
9. Rapunzel Twist Ponytail
Divide a high ponytail into two sections. Twist one section, braid the other, and then twirl and secure at the end.
15. Rag Roller Curls
You can also use cut-up strips of an old t-shirt as rag rollers to create a ringlet effect. Get the tutorial here.
16. Fourth of July Star Hairdo
Start by making 3 ponytails using the top half of the hair. These will be the upper 3 points of your star. Divide each ponytail into two sections, twist, and create two pigtails at the bottom two points of the star, being sure to include the rest of the hair.
17. Knotted Bun with Micro-Braids
A gorgeous flower girl hairstyle. Get the directions here.
20. Simple Variation on Pigtails
A cute, simple hairstyle for a toddler whose hair is kept fairly short.
21. Intricate Variation on Side Braids
A really interesting braided look that you’ll get the hang of once you’ve tried it a few times. Directions here.
22. Flower Headband Hairstyle
It’s a little complicated, but the effect is absolutely a conversation piece. Get the directions here.
26. Crossed Hawser Braids
28. Double Braided Crown Headband
A lovely bohemian look for any age. Get the directions here.
35. Heart-Shaped Locks of Love
Get the full tutorial here.