Since we’ve been having so much fun with hairdo posts, for Wear It On Your Head Wednesday I thought I’d bring some photos out of the archives to share another great style that my daughter wore to a high school dance (I think it was homecoming). I remember loving this style on her, but it’s shocking how young she looks here. Must have been freshman year. This style was created by our friends at Blush Studio. They do a fabulous job, so if you live in Springfield, MO and need your hair done, these are the girls to call. They started by curling her hair, then putting the back half of her hair in a ponytail. The front pieces and pieces from the ponytail were twisted around and pinned into the pretty loops that make this look like a big flower. I love how if you look in the mirror of the first photo, you can see the back of her hair.

fancy hair in the mirror

fancy hair

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7 Responses to Looped Hair

  1. Katie A says:

    I love the hair, so cute! I would love for you to share at my Blog Stalking Thursday Link Party!

    http://thecraftyblogstalker.blogspot.com/2012/03/blog-stalking-thursday-33.html

  2. Elisabeth says:

    Very cute! My daughter will want to try this so I’ll be sure to show her.

  3. Four Sisters says:

    This hairstyle is so beautiful!
    We have our first ever Beautify It Monday link party going on now and we’d love for you to stop by and link up @ bringingbeauty.blogspot.com

  4. Love this…. so pretty! Thanks for sharing. Stopping over from Tip Junkie :)

  5. Are you kidding me? That is so awesome! And she’s beautiful too! :)

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