23 Hairstyles for Your Daughter’s Most Fun Back-to-School Look



Center Braid

Center Braid

If she likes to wear her hair down but wants to keep those pesky bangs out of her face, try braiding her part down the center and securing it in a tiny ponytail or bun toward the back.

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Topknot Braid Out

Topknot Braid Out

Got a curly girl in your family who can’t decide if she wants her hair up or down? Try this beautiful braid out style with a topknot — cool sunglasses are totally optional, but highly recommended.

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Center Braid

If she likes to wear her hair down but wants to keep those pesky bangs out of her face, try braiding her part down the center and securing it in a tiny ponytail or bun toward the back.

See the style on Braid Heaven »

Instagram/Braidheaven16


Topknot Braid Out

Got a curly girl in your family who can’t decide if she wants her hair up or down? Try this beautiful braid out style with a topknot — cool sunglasses are totally optional, but highly recommended.

See this style on The Prince and the P »

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3/4 French Braid

Awesome short hair idea: Starting a French braid at the center of the front hairline, then working your way back. Stop around midway through and secure with a small plastic band. 

See this style on Abella’s Braids »

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Pull-Through Braid

If your daughter has ultra thick hair, this style will make her feel like Rapunzel. Add ribbons, flowers or little clips to add a bit of sparkle.

See this style on Nita Loves Hair »

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Double Bows

To get this cute style from Rattles and Heels, part your daughter’s hair, then let her show off her personality with two adorable bows in her favorite colors and patterns.

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Curly and Clipped

This is a hairstyle anyone can do in a pinch — your daughter can even try it herself! Simply part her hair to the side, pull back a small section at the front and secure it with a clip.

See the style on Hairstyles By Natalie »

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Double Braid

A simple style for medium to long hair: two small braids, one on each side, pulled toward the back and secured in the center. Wrap a thin piece of hair around the elastic band for an invisible hair tie. 

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Connected Braids

If your daughter likes to wear her hair in cornrows, try this chic protective style that connects each braid together in the center.

See this style on The Prince and the P »

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Headband Updo

If your daughter loves flowers, let her show off her favorite blossoms by wrapping her hair into an updo using a headband, then tucking pretty accents into the fold. 

See the style on Hairstyles By Natalie »

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Chinese Staircase Braids

Save these thinly-wound braids for a morning when you have extra time on your hands (or do it the night before) — but the effort you put in will hand you a seriously impressive result. 

See this style on Jenni’s Hair Days »

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