How appropriate, "halo braid", no?! ;) Finally, I have this ready for you...I apologize for the delay!
This braid looks intricate, but is really quite easy and quick to pull off...the original video (prior to the warp speed braiding...watch the video to see what I mean) was just a bit over 8 minutes long...not too shabby!
So, here you go...right in time for you to try it out on your little girl for Easter!
This is adorable! Can't wait to try it!ReplyDelete
Wow, so pretty! And you are so awesome to be able to work such a perfect braid on your wiggly little Miss!ReplyDelete
the hair is beautiful. Such talent.ReplyDelete
this is awesome, I'll have to get my mum to do it on me. THanks for sharing. :DReplyDelete
what a good little modelReplyDelete
this is cool I wanna try it
OMG No kidding I have HAD that picture on my phone since you put it on instagram!! My sister & I have been just DYYYING for the tutorial! YES Thanx!! :)ReplyDelete
Your daughter is sooooo cute. The way she looks for the lost band, she´s really sweet.ReplyDelete
And the hairstyle is awesome. Gotta try that on my girl. :)
What a gorgeous style! I cannot wait to try on my daughter. BTW, your little one is amazingly patient :-)ReplyDelete
I am not able to see your Halo braid tutorial and I'd love to view it. Any recommendations?ReplyDelete
Try pressing in the black area next to the play button on the left. When I was pressing the play button it took me to another site.Delete
precious! i can't wait to try it on my girls. i can't promise i will be as sweet and patient as you though! thanks for the tutorial and your girls are two little dolls!ReplyDelete
You can try putting a bowl of small toys in their laps to keep their hands and interest busy, and their bodies still. There is a place in town which does that for hair cuts. Or a movie to watch if you need their heads more upright...Delete