I hope everyone had an amazing 4th of July weekend. (If you live state-side I guess!) I know we had a blast & I’m sad that it’s over. Time is just going by so quickly. So here we are again at another monthly hair share – so I hope you enjoy these. We’ve got some fun ones this month & it’s been fun having them arrive in my in box to look at & now I get to share them with you!
These first 3 pictures are from one of my new readers, Vera. She’s was so excited to find the hair blogs – for a couple reasons. She’s adopted a little girl who is AA – Miss M, (the first picture) and she was so excited after she’d done some of these do’s that other AA people were complimenting her on it – which is a huge thing for her. That’s so awesome I think!
And then to get her little toddler to sit still for these was also an exciting thing! Wahoo!
These next ones are so fun I think. They are from Jessica. Her daughter was having a fun church activity where they were having a 4th of July homemade ice cream party, and so for fun they tried something new.
How fun is that?! So cute & patriotic too!
That’s one pleased girl if I’ve ever seen one! 🙂
This next one is from Kristen. Sorry the picture is a bit small – but hopefully you can tell that she did the “dressed up headband.” Kristen said her daughter is an Irish dancer and usually wears a hairpiece. Ringlets are traditional. But for her first festival (competition) they weren’t allowed the hairpiece. So they took some ribbon & did our little headband trick! People were so impressed and took pictures of it over and over! It looked great on stage, and lasted all day! That’s awesome! Nothing like doing wonderful in the performance & having great hair on top of it! 🙂
These next ones are from Amanda. This time they are of some friends girls that she babysat for several days. She had 4 girls on top of her kids and found time to do cute hair too! Cool! There was a set of twins that she had fun doing “twiner” do’s on. Too cute.
I think these next few pictures are do’s from Hair 4 My Princess.
And she was excited that she was able to get the rope braids looking good without starting from a rubberband. That was a big thing for me, so I hear ya! 🙂
And a darling face to match the hair!
Well, that’s it for this months pictures. Thanks ladies for sharing with the rest of us. It’s so great to see everyone out there spending time with their little girls & making memories together! Hope everyone has a great day! Don’t forget – if you’ve got pictures you want posted and included in the next hair share – be sure to e-mail them to me!