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.


Simple Braid Headband

This is really simple fun and cute.
All you do it make a normal part in her hair we use a side lateral part.
Then take a small section of hair at the back of the lateral part and braid it to the ends.
Take another small amount of hair across the part and braid it to the ends.
Combine both braids underneath all of her hair and secure with an elastic. 
The only thing to remember is make sure the hair on the sides is smooth under the braid on both sides. 


Toddler Fancy Hair

As I have mentioned so many times my daughters hair is so fine and difficult to work with that when I start a hairstyle I always hope that it turns out cute.
We started by making a small poof in the front of her head.
Because of how short and thin her hair is we took the bottom half of her hair and secured it upwards with an elastic. 
Then all the hair gets pulling into a high ponytail.  I put ringlets in her hair using the flat iron.
Once the ringlets were done I used bobbie pins to lay them in place. 
Below is the top back view of her head.
This last picture is to show everyone how much fun we have doing her hair.  As you can see she is full of it and always a moving target for hairstyles. 

Toddler Poof and Braids

On my oldest daughter I would say this style is really easy but with my youngest this can be a trick.  Not only because her hair is so thin but she is also a moving target while trying to braid. 
First make a small poof in the front of her hair.
Then start above her ear on one side and french braid her sides up until you reach the center of her head.  Do this on both sides of her head.
Add the hair from the poof and both braids and combine into an elastic as shown below.
I finished this style by making ringlets in her hair and she wanted a bow added.


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Roll to Side Bun

We are on a roll at our house. 
This one is very easy and fast.
 Start on the left side of her head and make a roll adding new hair each roll similar to adding hair to a french braid.  Roll all the way to the right side of her head.
Below shows that I just pulled the right side hair back to meet the roll.  Then secure all the hair in an elastic. 
 Make a messy bun and we added a flower for our accessory.


4 Mini Rolls to Ponytail

For this fun style start by making 4 small rolls as shown below and secured them with elastics.
I made the rolls diagonally across the top of her head.
Then I took the side hair from both sides and pulled it into an elastic with the ends of all 4 rolls.
 Below shows a top view of the rolls and sides pulled up.
Then pull all the her hair into a ponytail.  I took a small piece of hair and wrapped the elastic with her hair.
 Finally I made large ringlets in her ponytail hair.


Rolls to Side Bun

This is a fun and easy style that takes about 5 minutes. 
Start with 1 simple roll across the top front of her head.
Make a 2nd roll parallel to the first roll secure both with an elastic
Pull all the remaining hair into a low side ponytail.
From the ponytail make a messy bun.  I always use bobbie pins to control how I want the bun to look.
My daughter requested a flower to add as an accessory.


50 Top Hair Blogs and Articles

The Wright Hair has been honored to be apart of an article written about the 50 Top Hair blogs and Articles.

The Wright Hair has been honored to be put at #6 and reads. "6. The Wright Hair This mom shares her tips and ideas for styling your little ones’ hair without putting her through pain. One daughter has thin, flat hair, making this a great blog for those who struggle with a similar texture." 

The Wright Hair appreciates this recognition and we are happy to help others  That is why this blog was written.  Thank you so much Lori for honoring us. 

Be sure to click on the link and see the other top hair blogs that have also been honored.


Biggest Loser Hair

One of the personal trainers on the Biggest Loser had her hair done like this a couple of weeks ago.
I made a diagonal part  then make a poof that is angled onto the left side.
Pull all the remaining hair except a small strip as shown below into a ponytail.
Take that small piece of hair and pull it up and around the ponytail.  I secured this hair with a clear elastic
I finished the ponytail off by putting ringlets in the ends.