For those days when you either need a quick style for your kids or one that is nearly indestructible, we have found 17 Lazy Hairstyles for Girls.
Related: If you have a toddler, check out our toddler hair ideas!
From braids that stay put the first time, to interesting ways to upscale a ponytail, we’ve got you covered! And for moms who love braids, How Does She has a great series! You can have Mom & Me matching hair!!
17 Lazy Hairstyles for Girls
Easy Hair Styles for Girls
The Braided Bun – This 5-10 min addition to a pony tail is a great way to upscale a simple look into a fun bun. via Kids Activities Blog
Cinderella Bun – Make a pony tail and use a scrunchie – unfold the tail around the scrunchie for this classic look. via Get Away Today
Loose Dutch Braid – Make it tight, and add flowers. Your daughter will love it! This style has saved us until we could get a stylist to rescue our daughter after she cut her own hair. via Princess Piggies
The Bow Bun – An EASY favorite! via Small Fry
Dutch Accent Ponytail – The best mix of braids and ponytails. All the fun of a braid with less flyaways, and the ease of a pony. via Cute Girls Hairstyles
V-Wrapped Ponytail – This nifty hair trick will dress up any pony in mere seconds. via Babes in Hairland
Fishtail Braid Pinback Hairstyle – Just make a mini braid and pin that section up from your child’s face for a hassle-free look. via Princess Hairstyles
Rolled Pony Mohawk – These are adorable! via Untrained Hair Mom
Hair Ideas for Kids
Sectioned Ponytails for a Braided Look – Looking for something even faster than a braid but with all of the “do it once and leave” it qualities that a braid has? Try a sectioned pony tail. via A Bella’s Braids
Mohawk Fishtail Pony – This is a bit more time consuming, but great if your kids have lots of flyaways. via Pretty Hair is Fun
Mouse Ear Top Knots – Bunch hair into little “buns” on each side of your kiddos head. via A Cup of Jo
Twisted Waterfall Braid – Once you get the hang of this style, it is quick to throw together! Photo Credit via Girly Do Hairstyles, (the link to this post no longer exists, but this tutorial by Cute Girls Hairstyles is very helpful).
Upside Down Ponytails – Make pony tails, then separate the middle, and pull the tail up from the middle over the band for an upside down look. via Kids Activities Blog
Toddler Top Knot – The higher the better with this 3 min princess style. via Kojodesigns
Twisted Ballerina Bun – This style works great with kids who have curly hair. Twist the sides to help contain whisps and make a pony bun at the bottom of your kiddos neck. via The Blue Closet
Zig Zag Updo – SO fun, and so easy. Just cross sections of hair across your girl’s head and clip in place with a bobby pin. via Fabulessly Frugal
More Hairstyle Ideas
Here are some more fun hair tutorials for boys, those crazy hair days at school, and even a fun Trolls hair tutorial!
Leave a comment: What’s your favorite hairstyle from this post?