Friday, January 13, 2012

Friday's Film: Swedish Piggies

We tried to get this video up as soon as possible because we had a lot of response on the hairstyle and many requests for a video.  I wish that the hair on the video looked a little more crisp and clean but you should still be able to get the general idea.

If you want to see pictures of the finished product as it should look, you can refer to the original post here. 

See, now wasn't that easy?!  :)

19 comments:

Joan said...

Beautiful and so easy! I can see what you mean about her hair being so dark when it's wet, but I'm glad you found a way to let us see the detail a bit better. Thanks!

Jill said...

thanks so much for the video! I never would have figured that out from the written instructions.

Amber said...

Thank you so much for the video. Your daughter's hair seems so strong! My 4 year old's breaks and snaps so easily. Do you know of anything that would help? We love your creations - so pretty!

Julie said...

My daughter definitely does have strong hair and I attribute it to frequent trims. I only take about a half in ch off each time but I trim her hair almost every two weeks. I'm not sure if that's what it really making it strong or not but it seems to keep in more shiny and less snarly.

Razzle Dazzle Mom said...

Very cute! Thw video did make it a lot more clear. Trying this one tomorrow. :)

Sami Carter said...

so cute going to try it on my daughters short hair...

Joanna said...

I can't wait to try this tomorrow morning with my daughters! I'm so excited!! Thank you for posting! =))

Mary said...

Sally's Beauty Supply just came out with a product called Miracle 7 it has Keritin in it. My hair was so dry and brittle from a self hair color gone wrong and this line of products brought my hair back to shiny and healthy! I use the shampoo, conditioner and leave in protectant spray.

Amy Wagar said...

Thank you so much! My 4 yr old and I watched this and loved it!! I am not a girly girl so I'm trying to learn to do hair in true "princess" form. Thanks a lot!

Brit said...

I have girls with long hair and they love pigtails, but it seems to be the same thing everyday. Thanks so much for this cute idea that is different!

Yesenia said...

Love it, just tried it on my nieces hair and it's beautiful and best of all so easy! Thanks!

Anonymous said...

It would look amazing if each of the pieces of hair were braids. (I think.) I think that would look beautiful, in fact, I'm going to try it...

FrogPrincessATX said...

I love this!!! I think I may even do it for myself!

Anonymous said...

I just did this today for my daughter's fist day of Kindergarten. Thank you for the inspiration! You have great ideas and tips and I'm sure this won't be the last time I try one of your styles. Cara in Vancouver,WA

Anonymous said...

it seems to be the same thing everyday. Thanks so much for this cute idea that is different!
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Anonymous said...

Very cute thnks

Anonymous said...

Unique! Trying it on my 3 yr old! ...just wish she would stay that still!!!

Anonymous said...

We tried it today. Sooo cute. I need more practice, but its adorable! Thank you!!!

Elle - See Mom Work Blog said...

I love this!! I'm definitely trying this style out with my chickadees (8 and 6)! I always try to send them to school with braids, ponies and other unique hair styles, so this will be awesome to try out!

Elle - See Mom Work
"All work and no play makes mommy a disgruntled chick."