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Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Hooray for the 4th Lil' Lady

I am so excited to announce the arrival of the newest addition to The Homestylemom hair blog.  This one already seems to be "sugar and spice and everything nice."  But alas, no one will be writing in to comment "My what a head full of hair that one has!" for she's follicly-challenged like Merry was.  That will be all right.  I'll just decorate her with some skinny headbands topped with dainty flowers.  Enjoy your first glimpses of my little Lovebug.  Her bloggy name was easy to determine.  More great hairdos to come for 2012 so keep stopping by.
-The Homestylemom

Sunday, May 29, 2011

Recital Hair UpDo with...Socks!!

You have seen my post about the sock buns, now see where they saved the day!  I never in my wildest dreams imagined that I would have to use this 'do as a life-saver.  Many of you know that we homeschool.  Well, this particular Friday was a Field Trip day.  We spent the day downtown at the Capitol.  I knew we had the recital this same evening and had planned accordingly.  I left 3 hours before we needed to be  home to get ready...but Atlanta traffic struck.  Hard.  By the time we got  home I had to put my plans aside for Firefly's lovely updo and rely on socks instead.  Yes, they were clean!  I parted her hair and pulled it up into two smart-looking little sock buns.  I was all right with it and Firefly was pleased.  Her recital was a success and so was her hair.  Here is a peek at her onstage.  This reminded me of the Boy Scout Motto: Always be prepared.  With a few hairstyle tips and tricks in your arsenal, you will never need to worry about a bad hair day for your lil' lady.
Now go enjoy your day together!
-The Homestylemom

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Lil' Bows for Lil' Baldies

So I got Merry's hair to gather up into some semblance of a 'do.  Here I've sprayed her hair, parted it to the side and gathered what little I can into an elastic.  That is THE ONLY way to get the bow to stay in on it's own.  We had just snacked on some ice cream and this was the only time I thought to whip out my camera and grab a quick shot of her first official hairdo.  She never knew the difference and didn't try to take out her bow once.  I was so proud!
-The Homestylemom