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.


Braid Fun

I made my daughter kneel down with her head on my knees for the beginning of this hairstyle.
I started the french braid at the center bottom of her hair.  The french braid goes up her head half way up.  The front of her hair is in a small twist the only reason for this is my daughter wants to grow her bangs out.  The roll is keeping her bangs back,
Once the french braid is complete secure with a clear elastic.
Pull all the remaining hair into a ponytail and make a messy bun. 
Below is a side view of the hairstyle.
Below is another view of the back of her hair.  This style was fun and easy.


Toddler Pigtails

I started by making a center part all the way down her hair.  Then I made 2 puffy braids on each side going up her hair.
Then I went to the front left side of her head and make one small ponytail going towards the back of her hair.
On the right side I made one small ponytail on the front top of her head and one small one above her ear.  My daughter doesn't have a lot of hair so we made more ponytails to keep the hair pulled back.  Then I pulled all the ponytails on one side into a ponytail (doing the same to the other side)
The picture below is the right side of her head.
This picture below is of the left side of her head.


Make it or Break it Fun with Lauren's Braids

More Make it or Break it Fun.
I made a small part down towards her ear.  This is going to be 1 of the braids.
French braid the hair all the way to the end
Do another small french braid starting at the lateral part.  Braid all the way to the end of her hair.
I pulled all the remaining hair into a side ponytail leaving the braids out at first. 
Pull the braids down so they lay along the outside edge of her hair.
Then we made a messy bun  and added a flower for fun.
Below is what the back looks like.


Make it or Break it More Lauren Fun Braids

We have so much fun with Lauren's Braids on the TV Show Make it or Break it. 
I started with a far lateral part.
I made 2 french braids down each side of her head.  The tricky part is leaving a small amount of hair on her crown out of the braid.  (This is shown in the picture 2 below here)
The braid on her left starts clear over by her part and goes across the front of her head.  I made this a loose braid to give a poof in the front.
Shown below is the 2 braids completed while leaving a small amount of hair not braided in the center of the 2 braids.  I did this because I didn't want braid lines.
I then pulled all the hair into a ponytail.  Once the hair was in the ponytail I braided the remaining hair.
I then took all 3 braids and pulled them around the ponytail and secured with a clear elastic.
I used bobbie pins to pull the braids apart and give an even look for the bun.


Another Heart

Start by making a poof that is angled back into a V shape.
Then make puffy braids start by making the first one up towards the front of her head I secured a ribbon as well with an elastic.  The goal is to make a heart shape puffy braid. 
Then curve the puffy braids down towards the bottom center of her head.  Do this to both sides.
My husband so kindly pointed out that it wasn't much of a heart shape.  But it turned out cute either way.


Make it or Break it Lauren's Frenchbraid to Side Bun

Another fun Lauren Hairstyle from Make it or Break it.
Make a frenchbraid right down the middle of her hair.
At the bottom make a slight turn towards the side of her head.  We did the right side as shown below.
At the bottom I braided her hair all the way to the bottom and them twisted it around itself and used bobbie pins to seperate the braid to make a messy bun look.

Heart Fun

Start by making a small ponytail on one side of her head (you will repeat on the other side too.)
Take the hair and make a twist from the back side forward.  Then split the hair into 2 pieced.
Pull the 2 pieces around give them a little twist so they keep the hear shape. I secured the bottom of the heart with another small ponytail. Do this to both sides.
Then take all the hair and make a ponytail (don't pull the hair all the way through we are going to make a messy bun)
Last step make a messy bun.


More Valentine Rockin Bobbie Pin Fun

We have had so much fun with the Rockin Bobbie Pins.

I started by rolling her bangs back towards the side of her head and securing with a bobbie pin.

Next I pulled all of her hair into a high ponytail.

Then I made ringlets with my curling iron.

Then I used the bobbie pins to pull the ringlets up next to her head.

Below are several pictures taken of how I put the bobbie pins into her hair.

Ringlet Curling Iron

This is my ringlet curling iron. It is a conair and the ringlets last all day with this curling iron.


Valentine Fun with Rockin Bobbie Pins

A very fun and simple hairstyle.
I first made the Rockin Bobbie Pins.
I made these perfect with Valentine colors.
I then made ringlets all over her head. I have a special curling iron that has grooves in it the hair fits perfectly in to make the best ringlets that last all day.

Then I took her bangs and rolled them to the side and secured with one of the bobbie pins.

I took several small strands of hair and pulled them towards the back of her head and secured them with the fun new bobbie pins.
(Below) is the right side of her head.

Below is the left side of her head.

This is the back of her hair.