7 Back-to-School Hairstyles for All Hair Types6 min read

Activities for Kids Oct 3, 2021
Back-to-School Hairstyles For All Hair Types



7 Back-to-School Hairstyles for All Hair Types6 min read

Unsurprisingly, sending your kids back to school after this pandemic might prove to be one of the most stressful times of the year. Every other thing asks for newness. Whether it be your kid’s hairstyle, new environment, new school supplies, or a new wardrobe. As we all know that the pandemic is slowly getting contained and schools are opening their doors for the kids, this is going to be the perfect time for you to showcase your mastery full of inspired hairstyles

Which hairstyle is best for school?

You might choose several hairstyles for your kids that are ideal for back-to-school pupils. To help you out with this issue, we have enlisted 7 amazing hairstyles that are super easy to achieve and you can do them from the comfort of your home!

Double Dutch Braids

Here, the hairstyle appears in the form of pigtail braids that look like floating French braids.

Procedure to create the look is mentioned below:

  1. Beginning with, create a center part. We suggest you make an imaginary line from nose up to determine where the middle is.
  2. In order to give your loose strands some extra texture and grip, apply a hair braiding balm throughout them.
  3. Now you need to split the loose hair into three even sections. Once You do this, start plaiting the hair by weaving the right under the middle, and the left under the middle. This way you are adding hair from the base as you go down further.
  4. A double Dutch braid is quite similar to a French braid, but here you are weaving under the middle one instead of weaving over the middle. After this, just tie it with an elastic at the tail.
  5. Repeat the Dutch braid process on the other side.

Baby Pineapple Curls

If your kid has some lovely curls, then this hairstyle might suit her. Here, the hairstyle represents a child’s natural curls. Along with that, you can even add an adorable accessory for some flair.

Procedure to create the look is mentioned below:

  1. Begin with a set of clean, detangled hair that is damp.
  2. It is advised to apply any curl-enhancing cream or gel and it let air dry.
  3. After following the previous step, simply flip your head in the forward direction and pull all hair into a high ponytail.
  4. You can even add a decent headband or bow to coordinate with your child’s outfit.

Pom-Pom Ropes

This hairstyle appears as two bubble ponytails and with colorful elastics.

Procedure to create the look is mentioned below:

  1. Firstly, choose your child’s favorite pair of accessories, whether it’s a ribbon or colored rubber bands.
  2. Now try to part the hair from the centerline of your kid’s head.
  3. Now on either side, take some portion of the hair and secure it with an elastic rubber band.
  4. Repeat this thing by going down each side. Add small sections of hair, and secure all the sections along the way. This is exactly how you braid normally.
  5. Make sure to continue this procedure all the way down to the ends of the hair.
  6. At last, just repeat the same procedure on the other side as well.

Pulled-Back Headband

For having this look, you need a headband that must sit atop two half-up ponytails and a low pony.

Procedure to create the look is mentioned below:

  1. It is advised to apply any suitable detangler on damp hair, dry them and then split your kid’s hair down the middle and section off.
  2. Simply make high ponytails on both sides of the middle part. Now secure them firmly with the help of a rubber band.
  3. Whatever hair is left, just collect them on either side and make another ponytail. Don’t forget to include the hair from the higher, original ponytail.
  4. You can even add more flare to the design by adding a pom headband.

Beaded Braids with Big Buns

This look features two high buns along with four braids that frame the face to complete this look.

Procedure to create the look is mentioned below:

  1. For separating the hair easily and to refresh the dehydrated curls, apply any suitable conditioner beforehand to the hair.
  2. Now start from the back. Simply separate the hair into two large sections. Don’t forget to use clips to hold and separate the opposite side while you work.
  3. Now focus on this step very carefully. What you need to do here is part a triangular section from the crown to the ends of the eyebrow, from the middle of the head.
  4. Repeat this step on the other side as well. After this, split those sections into two and secure them with a small hairband..
  5. This step needs you to simply twist right down to the ends and use clear rubber bands to tie the hair neatly.
  6. At last, make two big buns on top of the head. You can use gel to smoothen the edges.

Triangular Mohawk Plait with Hair Glitter

For adapting this look, it would feature a natural French braid down the center of the head. Along with this, you need to add glitter on either side of the style.

Procedure to create the look is mentioned below:

  1. For this braid, you need to make a V-shaped part over the round of the head on either of the sides.
  2. Do a Dutch braid in the center. You can even opt for a weaving strand to make your work simpler! Weaving strands are easily available in the market.
  3. Now what you need to do is just grab the hair to add them to both the top and bottom strands. Along with that don’t forget to weave them under the middle strand side by side.
  4. You can add some gel or hair spray on the loose hair below the part to make them appear more neat and clean.

Wash and Go

If your kid loves the original texture, then you can go for this one! The original texture is beyond doubt more favorable than others. Even after that, you can add some accessories to pull the hair away from the face.

Procedure to create the look is mentioned below:

  1. Make sure that your hair must be clean and conditioned before beginning.
  2. To add more shine and definition to your kid’s hair, use a gel all over.
  3. Wait for the curls to get dried. Once this happens, section off an area near the temples.
  4. Now make three to five small braids or flat twists towards the crown of the head.
  5. As soon as the braids meet the rest of the hair, add clips to make them tidier.


We all know that your kids didn’t attend their schools for a long time. It is a fact that your hair is one of the first things that anyone will notice about you. Therefore, it is important that your child must gather all the motivation and make a grand appearance. Having a steady, neat and clean hairstyle doesn’t have to be a pain in the neck. We hope that you might find the perfect hairstyle for your little one. A thing to always remember is that a confident child learns and connects better with their friends—and it all starts from the hair!


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