We first saw this hairstyle last year over at Cute Girl Hairstyles. I've been dying to try it ever since but I had to wait for Easter to come back around. :)
Start off by parting the hair down the middle. We've used a zig-zag part but any part will work. Now secure each side with an elastic so that you now have two piggies.
Choose your colors of eggs that you will be using before hand and try to have the same colors of elastics. If you don't have coordinating elastics you can use clear ones. Also, my princess has pretty long hair so we were able to fit 3 eggs on each side but you can also use two or only one.
Begin with one side and then just repeat the steps on the second side once the first is finished. Separate the ponytail into 5 equal sections and tie an elastic around each section - about 1/2 inch below the original elastic.
This is where I changed it up a bit and added a second layer of elastics for each egg. Using the netting effect, add five more elastics another 1/2 inch down.
Once all 10 colored elastics are in, you can slide your egg into place. Gather all the hair together under the egg and secure it in with another elastic. Now you're ready to move onto the next color.
Simply repeat the steps with the elastics, place your egg and secure it again by gathering all the hair under the egg and tying in an elastic. Do the same for your third egg if you have one and you are all finished!
This hairstyle was a real hit at school and she was even able to use it a second day. We just removed the eggs and she had really cool netted ponytails.
Also, here are some fun Easter clips that we made and you can use any ideas that you like!