Friday, 27 March 2009

Crazy Hair Day

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Steven watching (oh so carefully) for the carpool. I sure hope the color washes out after school before he gets on the bus for the youth temple trip tonight.
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Chloe would have no part of the green hair spray for her flower garden hairstyle. She is against all things artificially colored and hair products in general.
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For Carmen I braided in yarn extensions to create a crown on her head. We then added sticks and feathers to make it a nest. It actually turned out really pretty, and if I had a little more Stargirl in me I would do her hair like this on regular school days!
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25 comments:

Amy said...

Awesome do's. What a great mom you are!

Kelly said...

That green is shocking -- how fabulous! I just love the nest, though. What a fun idea!

Tiffany said...

I wouldn't have ever thought of the flowers or the nest! Lovely, lovely way to do crazy hair...

Emma said...

That is swweet!

Marissa said...

wow! i love chloes!

cheetah said...

Those are all fantastic! I love them all. Suits each of them. And Chloe was born in the wrong era I think. She is turning into quite the hippy isn't she?

April said...

I'm having irreverent thoughts about the font turning a slight shade of green.

melanie said...

They are all amazing! You're a pro on crazy hair day!

Denise said...

Wow, you created miniature works of art! Amazing. Our crazy hair days usually involve spikes or different-colored pony tail holders. You've taken it to a whole new level!

Elizabeth said...

I just clipped that in to my file for next years crazy hair day. My daughter would love if I did more then crooked pony tails.

Marie said...

There was a great Martha Stewart kids a few years ago with crazy hair styles. Or maybe it was a halloween issue? Hmmmm...

Yours should be featured at any rate.

Neighbor Jane Payne said...

I've never SEEN such great hair for crazy hair day. My goodness these are good.

So did Steven's wash out?

Christy said...

Has Chloe read 'Daisy Head Maisy', seems like it might suit her.

Well done all around for crazy hair day.

Jenny said...

How did you manage to get it so green? It looks awesome. i am anxious to see if you were able to get it out. The girls hair looks great too!

Katie A. said...

I love these crazy hair styles. They are so creative!

I also love the idea of your chicken pot pie dinner from the previous post. Very neat idea to be at the ready in a time of need. And best-case scenario, no one needs it, and you get the prize!

Barb said...

The green washed out - not a hint of it in the font.

Marie said...

Carter's shampoo is green, and this morning I was scrubbing up his hair and teased him that his hair was going to be green forever. He said that no hair ever turned green, so after he was dressed I brought him over to the computer to show him cousin Steve. He was shocked and didn't know if he was supposed to feel worried about Steven or laugh because it was funny.

Jill said...

Wow, you were seriously creative with the girls' hair! I'm impressed.

Natalie said...

Oh, the fun! Sometimes I wake up and feel like I've got a bird's nest in my hair, but Carmen's is way cuter.

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Hilary said...

Hilarious! You are such a fun mom!

A Happy Heart Blog said...

Wow! Amazing Barb!

Mandy said...

I love what you have done with their hair! I hope I will be that inventive when it comes to Ry's fun school days.

Price Cream Parlor said...

Love the creative hair! For our boys we have only done mohawks and/or color. How fantastic to have daisies and a nest in your hair! I am sure they really stood out with their creative goodness!

michelle said...

Amazing! The nest is blowing my mind.