Hair Tutorial: Twisty Ponytails & WLWW Link-Up Party!

One commenter wrote on my First Day of School post -

“If you don’t mind me asking…how did you do your daughter’s hair in that last picture? It is so cute! My daughters would love that hairstyle!” ~ Cynthia

So I thought I’d share a Hair Tutorial for the Twisty Ponytail because this is so quick and easy! :) !

(I really wish the toilet lid was CLOSED in this video lol! And high five to my boy who was my videographer! Maybe he has a future in this lol!)

 

(if you can’t see this video – click here to view it)
 

 To see three more WLW Hair tutorials – including my Messy Bun, easy Front Twist and how Janelle from Comfy in the Kitchen cooks up her curls - Click HERE. :)

*Chime In* – What’s your favorite “go to” hair style – tell us about it?  If you have a link to a hair tutorial – link-up below OR leave a link in the comment section – we’d love to see!

Walk with the King,

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And NOW…

 

It’s Living Well Wednesday – Link-up time!!!

If you have never taken the time to check out these other bloggers – you are missing out! The ladies that link-up below are amazing writers and creators and I just know that one of them is going to encourage you today! So you’re invited to come on in!

Join the fun, do a little blog hopping and don’t forget if you link-up below -please add the Women Living Well Wednesdays button to your post so your readers can find us here! (Posts can include the topics of marriage, parenting, homemaking, homeschooling, finances, recipes, organization and more!)


To find the code go to the sidebar – or right click and “save as” the button and then upload it into your post! :)

 


 

Comments

  1. How fun! I actually wrote about my daughters hairstyle in my linked post (except she colored her hair blue and purple after a seeing a pin on Pinterest.) I’m going to show her your tutorial.

  2. I wanted to know how you did her hair, too! Thanks so much for sharing!

  3. Great video! Thanks for sharing. Were those matching shirts you had on? If so, would you mind sharing where you snagged those? Thanks!

  4. That is so sweet and cute! I don’t have a daughter, but I want to do that to someone’s hair! lol :)

  5. So cute! I’m taking my 3 year old to get signed up for her 1st gymnastics class this week, and this will be perfect to keep her long hair (past her waist) in place. Thanks so much Courtney!

  6. What a cute hairstyle! I have boys so unfortunately I can’t use it, but I will share with my friends! Thank you for hosting! I love your blog! This was the first blog I ever started reading regularly back in 2012 and now that I’m a blogger too, I’m so happy to continue reading and applying your encouraging posts to that aspect of my life as well. So I guess I just wanted to say THANK YOU! God bless:)

    Barbara @ Chase the Star
    chasethestar.net

  7. My mum did this hair style on me every single day for 7 years when I was little! People used to stop her on the street and ask how she did it. I haven’t seen it on anyone else since, until now, so it is very cool to see this hairstyle again! :-D

    Dawn x

    • And it’s also so funny as I used to also go ‘yeow that hurts’ when my mum was doing the style!

      Dawn in Scotland x

  8. Love this! I will have to try that soon with one of the little girls I watch :)
    And I love how you are wearing matching tops!

  9. I am SO glad you shared that! I was wondering the same thing when I saw the school pics. ;) I can’t wait for my daughter to wake up this morning so we can fix her hair together!

  10. Courtney you are just so cute :) Your videos always make me smile!

  11. Love it! I can’t wait to do this to my daughter’s hair tomorrow! She will love it too. Thanks for sharing. ~ Mary@The Calm of His Presence

  12. Thanks for hosting!

  13. newbie here, thanks for hosting. sharing six back to school articles to help spread the word, when you eat to learn, you are building a big brain.

  14. Thanks for hosting! I linked up my curried chicken salad recipe:
    http://gapsfort2.blogspot.com/2012/07/curried-chicken-salad.html

  15. That is so cute and simple! I like simple! I can do simple! Have a fabulous day!

  16. Thanks for tutorial for doing twisty pontails; I love doing my granddaughter’s hair.
    Blessings!

  17. Loved your hair tutorial. :) I use to do that style on my girls hair when they were little. *sniff,sniff. BUT on a happier note, I did my hair in the low messy bun for church tonight. :) Thank you!!

  18. So pretty! Thanks for the great post & for hosting the linkup, & God bless!

  19. So pretty and sweet! I have very fine, flat hair. I end up putting it up in a pony tail too often! I just bought myself some new curlers and have curled my hair 2 days in a row now. My friend cut and colored my hair today, and I’m hoping that will inspire me to keep up with a real hairstyle! I want my husband to know I think he’s worth that 5 minutes to look a little prettier for him.

  20. Those are so sweet. I used to do that to my hair all the time, still will if I’m feeling ultra girly. I can’t wait for my baby girl’s hair to get long enough, we are a ways from that though.

  21. I twist my hair ujp like this at night after a shower and put it in a bun in the back. In the morning, it’s dry and my hair is extremely curly! I’m terrible with curling irons so this is the only way I can have pretty, curly hair. :)

  22. sarah cox says:

    Ya’ll are dressed the same how CUTE!!

  23. Hi!
    Thanks for letting me share my own recipe of healthy, tasty and delicious Fast, Fresh, Mouthwatering Hummus!

    Here’s the link:
    http://www.momessentials.net/fast-fresh-mouthwatering-hummus/

  24. Thanks for this inspiring content. I really enjoyed it lots.
    What you have done is actually pretty inspirational.
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    This is really great content. I would like to use your style to better my own content on my blog.

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