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Summer hair can be an absolute nightmare especially when you have kids with curly hair. Because summer comes with heading to the beach every day and exposing curly hair to humidity, the frizz, salty water, and heat can leave your kid’s hair super dry and hard to maintain.
Instead of trying to do the same curly hair routine every single day and adding too many products to your child’s hair, maybe it’s time to try doing things a bit differently. Styling your daughter’s hair in a different manner and trying out various hairstyles can give you the chance to experiment and make her look attractive and happy with her hair regardless of the texture or summer hair care routine.
Whether your child has curly hair, wavy hair, or just frizzy hair as a result of summer, these hair tips and summer hairstyles for kids will leave them looking fresh, cute, and absolutely adorable this summer. Try them out and let us know which ones your daughter liked best.
Braided double ponytails on each side hairstyle
Curly hair isn’t always easy to tame in the summer, but this curly hairstyle is an absolute piece of cake and looks fabulous!
Summer bow hairstyle trend for toddlers
It’s cute, it’s easy, and your daughter will absolutely love it.
Different ponytail styles using bright elastic hair bands
The best thing about these hairstyles is that they are very easy to do, the various techniques and styles you can use and are very bright and colorful with these elastic bands. This makes it possible to repeat the same technique and get a different outcome entirely based on the type of ponytail you choose to do.
Easy curly hairstyles for medium length hair
Whether you’re looking for an updo or a way to style your daughter’s hair down, these hairstyles are perfect for the summer.
Cornrows and braids for curly and wavy hair with beads
Your little one will absolutely love this hairstyle, especially if you add beads to it. Just make sure they don’t get their hair tangled in anything.
Further reading: My Daughter Hates Her Curly Hair. What Should I Do?