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Princess Hairdo


I used the "baby hair" tutorial on this website and used an old sock in her hair. She doesn't have enough hair or patience to look like a "manga" character, though. Princess will have to do. I also didn't have the patience to wind up bits of her hair everywhere, so I popped a scrunchie on it for a bit of foo-foo flair. Rose is running around everywhere grabbing her "donut" bun and asking everyone to "Ook a me shirt!" Pretty.

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  1. Thanks for the link. I'm such a dunce at doing hair I always need good, easy ideas.

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  2. good job! if i had the patience for longer curly hair i may try growing karrots' out...maybe...btw - did you know that's how they do it in the army? the sock? lol!

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  3. Wow, that is really pretty. Thanks for the link. I love to see pictures of Rosie - she looks so spunky.

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  4. She looks adorable - she's getting soooo big!!!

    When I read the part about not having the patience to look like a manga character I was imagining the kinds of manga we see around here and thinking, "well, thank goodness!" She is much cuter than any manga I've seen!

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  5. Great job!

    * I got your message and emailed you.:)

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  6. Wow you did a great job! Rose looks perfectly princess like! *smiles*

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  7. Great job on the hair!
    I used to wrap a scrunchie around my bun too, when my hair was long.

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  8. She looks great! I always loved that age! hehehe!

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  9. I'm impressed. My daughter was born without any hair and it took several months for her to grow any. It's very, very fine and naturally curly. Once it grew, she cried every day when I combed the tangles out. Finally we cut it shorter and it worked out better. She was about your daughter's age.

    --Lynne Diligent
    Dilemmas of an Expat Tutor
    expattutor.wordpress.com

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  10. Absolutely gorgeous - especially the smile in the last pic.

    This would be an awesome hairdo for little girls climbing up tissu and on the trapeze, I will try it out and see how she likes it. :-)

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