Hi, everyone I have been missing in action again as we just finished a play, I worked my butt of but we had a great time! Our family lives in the same town as a Krshna Temple, and every year they have a festival of colors, that celebrates spring. We finally had a chance to go this year!
Here are the kids just before we went! they are all ready to go, except for jackets as it snowed last night!
Saturday, March 26, 2011
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
So, I don't have good step by steps, because I really just started out with the plan to do a double Dutch and turkey tails but half way down the first braid I decided to take a braid across, so I just stopped and took out a little piece, and then continued down the braid, then when I got to the other side, I braided halfway down and added the braid, I am sure you can figure it out
Then I just made the turkey tails by looping the braids under, chi’d the ends, and fluffed them out by back combing them a titch.
you got it! LOL
Sunday, March 6, 2011
Today on Book Worm she wanted her hair up, She has been working on the Lyndi Hop at school in ballroom. And if you click that link you will see why her hair needs to be up LOL
Her hair is so heavy I pulled the back part into a pony tail and then left the front part out,
then I roped back both front sides, and hooked them into the pony tail
Then I put her main pony into a rope, I didn't do it as tight as I usually do, I guess I was just to lazy! oh, if you can tell by the pictures I looped the end of the hair back up and made a little knot end on her pony tail
Next, I looped the rope up above her pony, and , continued around,
untill I had tied it in a realy loose knott
I added tonz of bobby pins just to make sure,
then your done!
Hope you like this do, Book Worm has tonz of hair which made for a big thick bun, but I think it would also work good on thin hair or as pigtail buns, it made a super secure bun, and lasted good all day even with that crazy dancing!