I just wanted to let everyone know the story of The Wright Hair. I am fairly new to blogging about hair but I have been doing my little girls hairstyles since the day my oldest daughter was born. The first thing out of the doctors mouth was I hope you ordered a girl full of hair. When my 2nd daughter arrived we were not so lucky with the hair genes. She has thin short hair. It was with the frustrations I had trying to do my 2nd ones hair that I decided to start this blog. I figured if I struggled this much there must be others struggling too. I am a working mom and getting my girls ready every morning is the best time of the day for me. This is a time we get to bond without other distractions. Right now my girls and I are enjoying our time together. I am sure it will only be a short time before my oldest wants to do her own hair. But for now we invite you to join us on the Wrights Journey through hair. Because of being a working mom, sometimes we will do fancy dos and sometimes quick dos, other times the do's are dont's but we welcome everyone to come along for the ride.


Diagonal Puffy Braids Toddler

Her hair is so fine that we continue to try different hair styles. I made 2 diagonal parts parallel to each other. Then start with 1 elastic and make puffy braids back we used 3.
My toddler is not a very good model so this is the only picture I got.



Make a zig zag part down the entire length of her hair.
French braid down each side all the way to the ends.

After the braids are complete the pictures below show how to pull the ends of the braids up and secure the whole thing with an elastic. Then separate the ends to give a flare look. (This hairstyle was given to me by a good friend. My daughter spent the night with her and this is how she did her hair. Thanks Brit)


When Toddlers do their own Hair

Here is what happens when you your toddler does her own hair.

I have a character for a 2 year old and all I can do is love her. At least she didn't cut it.


Twists into ponytail

I apologize about the poor quality of these pictures. It looks like a setting on my camera got switched. (These pictures don't show how cute this hair style really is)

I did a diagonal part. I took each side and first made 2 twists on the top section. As shown below.

Then I made a 3rd twist (or pull through). Do this to both sides.
Take each of those 3 and twist them as shown below. Once they are twisted secure with an elastic. Do the same on both sides and then combine the sides together.

This is a great hairstyle if you are trying to grow out your daughters bangs or if they decide to cut their own hair.


Toddler Pigtails

Simple, Easy, Cute
This hair style is just the very front part of her hair. Part the hair and make 2 pigtails

We like to make silly parts.


Hair from Princess Protection Program

This hair style is taken from the movie princess protection program. The hairstyle is from the mean girl who's father owns the yogurt shop. (I will try and find a picture of her hair to add)

Make a center part and french braid all the way to the ends.

Secure the french braids under all of her hair with an elastic.

This is a bad picture of the top of her hair. But it lets you see how it will look.


4th of July Toddler Hair

Toddler 4th of July Hair Style

My toddler is a fire cracker so this hair style fits her personality. I used red, white, and blue elastics and separated her hair into 3 different sections. I did puffy braids starting with red elastics.

Once the 3 puffy braids are in place I took 4th of July wire (I bought it at my local craft store)
I cut a small piece and wrapped it around the ends of all three ponytails. I then used my finger to curl the remaining wire.

Here is a better picture of the final result. (My little girl is 2 and sometimes we don't get very good pictures, but we do the best we can so sorry if the pictures are not very clear. If you have questions about the hair styles just ask. I would be happy to explain them further.

4th of July Hair

Fun 4th of July Hair Style

Take some ribbon of your choice and double it to the length you desire. Start by pulling a small amount of hair by her ear. Take the ribbon at the half way and secure the hair and ribbon with an elastic. Separate the hair into 3 pieces and the ribbon by color in the same 3 pieces. Then french braid up to the center of her hair.

This is a picture of one side of the french braid (I apologize that the pictures are not very clear). do the same thing on the other side. So you have 2 french braids that end in the middle of her hair.

Then secure the 2 ends of the braids together. You can do this hair style for the 4th of July or 24th if you live in Utah. Or change the ribbon and wear it anytime


Poofy Bangs

This is one of those hair styles you can wear different way.

My daughter has discovered bumpits so she has the small one in the front of her hair. We secured the poof with small bobby pins. You can leave the hair like this or

Like this we took the sides and pulled them back and secured them with an elastic


Toddler Crazy Hair

My toddler has very fine hair. So here is a crazy fun hairstyle for girls with fine hair.

Take the hair starting by the ear and pull it up into an elastic. Add one more up the hair to make a puffy braid. Do the same on the other side. Once you have the 2 sides pulled up then take the 2 sides up into one ponytail.