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Turkey Bun for Thanksgiving

Turkey Bun For Thanksgiving Hairstyle 5 Pretty And Practical Travel Hairstyles

We dove back to recreate this fashion for Thanksgiving. Once the women were younger we created a turkey bun back. Within the last many years since the holidays approached, I have meant to make a tutorial of the enjoyable one and I eventually got around to it. Luckily, Bee remains in the age where things […]

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Alphabet Hairstyle; A is for Alphabet

"A Is For Alphabet" Hairstyle Letter S Hairstyle Babes In Hairland

I am Sooo enthusiastic about our fun hair collection we are beginning. If you have been around for some time here in BIH I was able to perform a monthly hair share (before we had our FB webpage) and I would post pictures of this hairdo’s you men were performing on your own dd’s. About […]

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3 Prom Hairstyles

3 Prom Hairstyles (4)

Prom period is here now! This implies women everywhere are viewing makeup lessons attempting to choose what’ll use their gown. We’ve 3 choices which are all very adorable if you should be still unsure! You won’t as these are simple DIY choices require a hairdresser. Attempt mother or buddies should you don’t believe you can […]

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Boho Aspect Braids

Boho Side Braids (5)

Celebrations are meant by summer season! Celebrations are fun! I like audio, the meals, artwork and offering my boho part! We not all live in Cali for Coachella, but we can rock the boho hairstyles! Yes, Coachella provides great motivation to us. However it isn’t the summer event that is only real around! There’s simply […]

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LAST DAY OF COLLEGE for 6 Children! |Behind the Braids Family

LAST DAY OF SCHOOL for 6 Kids! Behind the Braids

Your family finished college a week ago, so we are formally on summer break! A lot of actions are brought by these last college times, specifically for a household with six children! Paisley completed Kindergarten, within the year that Kamri finished 8th-grade to FORMALLY turn into a Newcomer in Senior School in Junior High, and […]

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