St. Patrick’s Day Hair | Lucky Clover Hairstyle

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If you’ve been around our blog long enough, it’s no secret that I’m not one to really do much for St. Patrick’s Day.  I’ve never done anything in the girl’s hair in the way of clover hairstyles, but I have had fun playing around with accessories.  There’s a few different clover styles out there that have been done over the years, and let’s be honest there’s only so many ways you can make them!  But I recently stumbled on this fun way of creating a shamrock that’s totally different from all the other ones I’ve seen, so I wanted to share.  I’d hoped to be able to at least try it on the girls, but I am still dealing with camera & computer issues so at the moment I can’t!  Needless to say, I’m less than impressed with my ancient computer & I might be looking at buying a new one!

I recently discovered Bonita Hairdo.  She’s only on Facebook and YouTube, but she’s got some really fun and pretty styles.

St. Patrick's Day Hairstyle | Clover Hair

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She’s got a quick and easy video tutorial showing how she does it.  Check it out:

I’d probably bend the pipe cleaner in just a little bit more in the middle for the clover, but overall it’s a totally easy style & different from all the other ones out there. And you could easily add one more section to make a  full “4 leaf” clover!  So so cute!

Be sure to check out Bonita Hairdo’s other great tutorials on her YouTube Channel.

If you’re not into the clover hairstyles or won’t have time on a school morning, check out our round up of cute and easy accessories for St. Patrick’s Day.  You could get any one of these made up before the holiday to ensure your cuties don’t get pinched!  Click below to head to those tutorials.

10 DIY St. Patrick’s Day Accessories

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Also, did you read about our Exciting News?  If not, go read all about it HERE.  We are so excited and hope you will be too!

4 Responses

  1. Lyn says:

    Ok I give up! I watched the video three times. What am I missing? Where is she putting that pipe cleaner? She is not putting it in the hair rubberband is she? I don’t see written directions but it looks like she stickes it in the hair somehow? Did she put it in the rubberband and I missed it? I can see the rest of the clip and she is wrapping the hair but how does she secure the pipe cleaner? Thanks
    Lyn

    • The Mom says:

      If you’re talking about when she first adds the pipe cleaner, I think she’s just sticking it up the middle of the ponytail so it’s surrounded by hair and the elastic. (see about 19-20 seconds into the video) That way it sort of hides up inside it all. She pokes it up enough that it stays but isn’t poking directly into her head I think! I don’t think she’s cut anything out of the video – she just pokes it up into the center of the ponytail. hth

  2. Lyn says:

    We will try it but I don’t know why it would not just fall out from doing that. Thanks

  3. Traci says:

    What a cute hairstyle for St. Patrick’s Day. I love it!

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