This week is Spirit week at my daughters school. One of the days was mix-match day and of course I had to have fun with the hair style! But of course I remembered this right before bed time so I had to think quickly on my feet and come up with something quick and easy. I decided to go with this wacky hair style that ended up being really cute and easy. So much so we ended up leaving it for the rest of the week!
The basics of how we did this style:
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- Parted her hair from one side of the nape of her neck to the temple of the other side. (Don’t mind the after school fuzz… lol)
- Put each of those sections into hair ties after smoothing them down with edge control and a smoothing brush.
- Grabbed all the colorful smaller hair ties I could find (we used to use these more when she was younger and had shorter hair… now we can’t get away with using these with all the hair she has)
- Started putting them on her hair a few inches apart from each other until I reached the end.
- Put 2 random knockers on the hair ties on her head.
- Stretched out the sections a little.
That’s it! Super easy and turned out cuter than I thought. For the rest of the week we just removed the mismatched knockers. If you want to take down the wackadoodle factor even more you can use all matching hair ties or all black/brown ones. Personally I think the assorted colors are fun. What do you think? I would love to see some of the fun hair styles you did for mix-match / wackadoodle / wacky day at school for your kids!
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