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Through the Lords’s mercies we are not consumed, Because His compassions fail not.

They are new every morning; Great is Your faithfulness!
Lam. 3: 22 & 23

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Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Hair Harmony

One of our favorites!!! Directions are UNDER each picture:

1. First, part hair in 3 sections.

2. Working on one side of your daughter’s head, part the front section into 3 parts.

3. Part the front section into two parts & put a hair band around the bottom section. Gather the hair from that pony tail together with the top section. Put a hair band around both sections.

4. Repeat step 3 on the 2nd & 3rd sections on that side.
5. Repeat steps 2-4 on the other side of your daughter’s head.

6. Now, starting at the front of her head, gather the ponytails from both sides of her head into one pony on the top.

7. Gather the all the hair from the front section with the second section back
& ponytail it all together.

8. Finally, gather all the remaining SECTIONED hair into one ponytail. If you want, put a huge flower at the bottom of the sectioned hair (that’s what we did Sunday morning.)

Link up with YOUR hair styles!!
(& please, leave me some love!)
~~~~~~Heidi-you are the winner from last week!~~~~~~~~~
~~~~~Let me know if you see this, so I can send you the prize.~~~~~~~
~~~I need to draw a different name if I don't hear from you pretty soon! :)~~~

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1 comment:

Anna said...

Kim you are so clever!!! Ana's hair looks fantastic and its very neat.

What a great idea and thanks for the step by step pics. I really want to learn how to braid but am not very good at doing hair so it might take some time and perseverance:).


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