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.


Belle Hair

Our Version of Belle's Hair
Start with making a part in the front of her hair to give a center part.
Then pull up the top half of her hair into a ponytail

Next take the ponytail and make an upside down twist

The key is not to pull the hair all the way through the twist.

Take a ribbon and put around the ponytail part of the hair.

Tie the ribbon into a bow

Then make large ringlets out of the hair that is left down.

The picture below is a the side of her hair

Jasmine Hair

Our idea for Jasmine's Hair

Make 2 parts one in the center of her head and then take a small sections across the front of her head as shown below I put the pieces I wasn't using right now in elastics so I could control the hair a little better.

Here is a picture of the side of her head so you can see how the hair is parted.

Now put a ribbon behind the hair that was secured by the elastic on the side of her head.

I then back combed the crown of her head

Now take the hair on the sides and I twisted it all the way from the top since she has bands. I did this to keep the bangs in the right place. Twist on both sides then secure them together under about half of her hair.

The picture below shows how to secure the hair on the sides of her hair.

Take the remaining hair and secure in a low ponytail at the bottom of her head.

I then wrapped the ribbon around the ponytail. Then take another elastic and put it halfway down the remaining hair. I then took the ribbon and wrapped it around the last elastic.

Cinderella Hair

Pull all of her hair into a ponytail

Take the hair and make loops we did 3 different ones around the ponytail. I secured these in place with bobby pins

The goal is to make a loose bun

I used bobby pins to put the circles in place then we added a headband to top off the Cinderella Look.

Tinker Bell Hair

The 1st couple of steps are the exact same as Cinderella, however I did include them as well.
Pull the hair into a ponytail.

pull the hair and secure with bobby pins to make a loose bun. My daughters hair is longer so we rolled it into each other to make a smaller bun.

I made 3 different rolls to make the bun.

Once the bun is in place I took a small elastic and make a muffin top with her hair to give her the Tinker bell bun look.

This is the side picture below. Note: use bobby pins to place the hair where you want it.

Mulan Hair

The human version of Mulan's Hair
Pull the hair into a ponytail.

Make the hair into a bun.

Once the hair is in the bun pull on the tightened hair that goes into the bun. We just softly loosened the hair to give it the look as it was really loose and almost falling out.

Then add a ribbon wrap it around the bun.

We then added a large flower to the front of the ribbon.


Fun Updo!

Start by making a very far left part on the top of her hair pull the hair down to her ear. Then twist the hair

Once the hair is twisted secure it with an elastic into a small pony tail at the bottom of her hair.
(I always do a diagonal part on the bottom of her hair also you will have 2 of these small ponytails at the bottom of her hair when finished.)
Do this step on both sides of her head one will be bigger with a far side part and the other will be done with a small amount on the other side.

Then take the remaining hair and pull it into a ponytail.

After the hair is in a ponytail then very last don't pull the hair all the way through and leave the ends still in the ponytail.


Toddler Pull Thru Headband

Because of how thin and fine her hair is I only did 4 pull thrus across the front of her head.
Below shows one of these

Continue across the front of her hair line to make a headband.

Below is a picture of the top of her head. This is simple quick and looks very cute.

Tragedy of the Camera

So tragedy stuck me this weekend.
My camera decided it needed to be cooled off
and landed in the deep end of the swimming pool.

I will be getting a new camera very quickly so hopefully it will be a very short delay in hairstyles.


Pull Thru Headband

Take small sections of hair and pull the hair through to give the twist look. Do this all the way around the front of her head. We did 6 across the front to make a headband.

This is a picture of what the style looks like from the top of her head.


Side Messy Bun

She wanted me to take a full body picture so she could pose.

This is going to be a diagonal hair style that ends with a side ponytail or messy bun.
Start with a downward slope part and pull the hair through to give it a twist look.

Make a 2nd diagonal part parallel to the first ponytail. Do the same thing and pull it through to give it a twist. Then take the remaining hair and pull it into a ponytail. We made hers into a messy bun because it was PE day and she wanted it out of her way. We did add a large flower but we didn't get a picture of the flower we placed it on the right side of her messy bun.

This picture is a shot of her head from the right side.

Below a picture from the left side of her head