When I posted a few months back about time saving hairstyles for girls, a couple of people commented that they would have liked to see me include a video tutorial or do some hair tutorials in the future. If you saw my teaser on Monday, I mentioned that I wanted to try and do more videos this year and that I would be posting one later this week. Well, that day is here my friends! Today you will get to see my very first video tutorial EVER. It literally took me all week to put together because I had to learn an entirely new software, as well as just trying not to be overly critical at my beginner (read: nonexistent) skills at filming and video editing. But I put a lot of heart (pun intended) into this and I hope you love it!
As I was trying to decide what hairstyle to do, I remembered one that I did on my daughter a couple of years ago for Valentine’s Day that was simple and sweet. I’ve seen a lot of heart hair tutorials out there and they are all really cute, but unfortunately, they were also a little complicated or time consuming. One of the ways I save time doing my daughter’s hair is by not over-complicating things. You’ll find that this hairstyle doesn’t take much time at all and you end up with a fun, festive hairstyle. I also love that you can do this hairstyle on pretty much any type of hair.
To do this hairstyle, I recommend having the following items on hand:
- rat tail comb
- wet brush
- bobby pins
- squirt bottle
- detangling spray (optional) *I use Aussie Kids or Suave Kids.
- clear elastic bands
*NOTE: Knowing how to do a basic braid is also helpful, as that is how the heart is made at the back of the head.
To see the full tutorial, click on the link HERE or watch it below. (Also feel free to subscribe to my channel!)
Thanks for watching and if you have any questions or run into any snags, please don’t hesitate to contact me!
Let me know how you liked this tutorial and what types of videos you’d like to see in the future!
Do you have a little girl you’re going to try this hairstyle on? If you give it a go, post a picture and tag me on Instagram using the hashtag #sunshineandmunchkins.