A baby with her fringe tied up above her forehead

How to Style Your Baby's Hair: Easy Hairstyles for Your Baby Girl

 

Do you have a little baby girl at home? So you don't need us to inform you that coming up with baby girl hairstyles on a daily basis is difficult. You want something that's quick and simple to put together while also being unique and entertaining to test out. These 5 fun hairstyles for your child will definitely spruce up their look. They are ideal for bringing out the best in your little princess!

 

Toddler Girl Hairstyles

 

Your infant might have been born with a head full of hair. To keep the hair out of their eyes, you will require certain hairstyles. These 5 sweet hairstyles are perfect for your newborn girl.

 

1) Pigtails

 A baby with two pigtails on the top of her head

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This look is ideal if all you want is something nice and simple. It's not difficult to do once you've given your child the incentive to stay still so you can put her hair up in pigtails. All that's required to secure the hair in these pigtails is a set of adorable hairbands or clips.

Since babies don't yet have a lot of hair, tying it up doesn't take a lot of time or work. You can take it up a notch by adding a french braid before you tie it up in a pigtail.

 

2) Floral Headband

 A baby girl with a flower headband in her hair

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This is a very basic classic baby hairdo that suits the youngest of the young. All you need is a soft fabric headband and a wide-tooth comb. Make a side split of sorts and add a floral band, preferably made of hypoallergenic materials. This look is perfect for formal occasions and even photo shoots.

 

3) Ponytail

 A blonde haired baby with a single ponytail on top of her head

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This is yet another simple hairstyle for your child. Before starting, make sure to brush her hair so that it will be simple to tie. The final step is to gently pull the hair into a ponytail using a hair tie.

 

4) Bow-Pinned Hairstyle

 A baby with a red bow tie holding her fringe out of her face

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This hairstyle is ideal for short hair that cannot be tied into a ponytail. Make a side part in your baby's hair, then use a cute clip to secure it so it doesn't fall into her face. Your little girl will be content for the remainder of the day!

 

5) Bright Butterfly Hair Clips

 A young girl with butterfly hair clips  holding her hair back from her face

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Consider using adorable small butterfly clips, like these ones, to adorn your toddler's hair if it is thin. You can quickly give your baby girl a lovely and colorful look thanks to the fact that these butterfly clips are frequently available in a range of colors.

 

What Causes Some Babies To Be Born With Head Full of Hair?

 Five babies with different colored bows in their hair

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Genetics is the primary cause of some newborns having a head full of hair. A person's DNA determines their eye color, hair color, and other physical characteristics. Additionally, it tells if a child will be born hairless. The baby may have inherited such characteristics from one of its parents.

Another significant reason why some newborns are born with hair is the number of hormones they were exposed to in the mother's womb. Even though all pregnant women have an increase in hormones, some women may have higher hormone levels than others, which causes babies to be born with hair.

 

Essential Tips to Take Care of Your Baby's Hair

 

Here are our top 4 suggestions for ensuring that your baby has a healthy scalp.

 

1) Shampooing

 A baby in the bath holding their head full of shampoo

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One of the main causes of fine, fragile hair is a sweaty, dirty scalp. Make sure to shampoo your baby's hair three times a week and massage her scalp. The baby's hair doesn't need to be washed every day. Ensure that you only use baby shampoos. Adult shampoos are laden with chemicals and can be too harsh for your child. 

 

2) Oil Your Baby’s Hair with Coconut Oil

 A mom putting coconut oil onto her babies hair

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Coconut oil is rich in vitamin E, an element with antioxidant properties. Apply coconut oil to your baby's scalp gently a few times per week to encourage the growth of thicker hair and improve hair texture. This moisturizes their hair while also preventing cradle cap. Cradle cap causes crusty or oily scaly spots on a baby's head.

 

3) Gently Comb the Hair

 A baby getting her fringe combed

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Combing promotes the production of healthy sebum. Be careful when combing the baby's hair because the scalp is very fragile and easily damaged. Use a comb with broad teeth and soft bristles. Avoid using the comb too frequently. Your baby only has to be combed once or twice a day.

 

4) Apply Hair Conditioner

 A baby having conditioner put in her hair

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Hair conditioner is especially important if your child has curly, textured hair or thick hair because these types of hair can be more prone to dryness.

After shampooing, condition your baby's hair and then rinse it off with lukewarm water. Make sure that you choose a child-safe conditioner that is gentle on baby hair.

 

Summary

 

Hair maintenance and styling for your newborn don't require much expertise. To achieve these hairstyles, you will need a hair tie that is gentle on your baby's hair. Check out Burlyband's hair ties. We have a hair tie for everybody!

 

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