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Top Curly Kids Hairstyles for Back to School

By September 22nd, 2021No Comments
Top Curly Kids Hairstyles for Back to School

by Mary Wolff

Back to school is an exciting time for the entire family. The kids are excited for another year with new adventures, and most parents are just happy to get back into a normal routine. When it comes to getting back on that routine, hammering down a few of the top curly kids hairstyles for back to school will make things a little easier. Here are a few that are perfect for a new year of learning!

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1. Halo Braid

When choosing back to school styles, a protective updo is a great choice. This will give their curls the protection you need during sports or play time to make sure it won’t take on damage. This look is easy to do and perfect for the first day of a new school year. Find out more here.

2. Braid Ponytail

This look is another great updo for a protective approach. It has stylish braids in smaller sections on the crown and a longer braid that hangs down. This look is perfect for the girly-girl that likes to have a ponytail, but still protective enough to keep strands safe. See for yourself here.

3. Mini Bantu Knots with Twist Out

When you want a look that lets her natural texture hang loose and free, this is the best mix of a down style with a little bit of an updo in the form of the bantu knots. It is easy to do and looks pretty enough for picture day! Find out how to create this look here.

4. Bantu Knot Mohawk

For a different take on bantu knots, this look keeps everything put up neatly and safely in bantu knots, but in a new way. What makes it different and exciting for younger curlies is that the mohawk of the bantu knots is a fun look. Find out how to make this look a reality here.

5. Ninja Buns with Faux Sideburns

Another option that keeps hair put up and out of the way, this style is a fun and easy way to put hair in a protective style. Add this one to her collection of school year looks with this helpful tutorial.

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