Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Lesson 41: Ponytail with Bangled-Banded End

So I'll admit that this is nothing amazing, but it IS unique.  Simple, but also functional.  When Belle leaves her hair down or wears a ponytail and plays wild or goes out in the wind, all the hair whips around and gets tangled up.  Then it takes longer to brush, and she complains that it hurts.  I try to give her a hairdo that doesn't leave a lot of hair loose on windy days, especially.  This one will cut back on tangles.  I think it is self-explanatory, though I will give a tip for adding hairbands that have charms like these:  position the charm in the middle of the ponytail and wrap that section first.  Wrap the rest of the hairband either above or below the part with the charm.  That way you will be sure to get it placed just where you want it.

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