Fun and Easy Mother’s Day Hair from Butterfly Studio Salon

With Mother’s Day right around the corner we’re reminded how busy Mom is always putting others first. Chasing around the kids and working shouldn’t mean sacrificing her looks. Here are FIVE quick and effortless dos for mom to try. Butterfly Studio Salon experts know how to work these hottest looks of the moment into any busy schedule.


topsy tail pony

Step 1:  Tie the hair in a low pony at the nape of your neck. This is easy for the days you want to impress by not making a big fuss at all.

Step 2:  Loosen the pony near the neck and make a gap in-between the two. Flip the pony in-between the two sides.

Step 3:  Do this twice giving beautiful twists and keeping the hair off the face.

Step 4:  This is how you do the Topsy Tail. Finish off this look with spraying the front with Loreal enette hair spray.


side french braid

Step 1:  Part the hair from the side of the head and divide it into 3 pieces.

Step 2:  Working your way around the head every time, add a section from the inside to the braid. First time is hard and then easy to achieve.

Step 3:  When you get to the neck end, continue with a normal braid. With the other side section of the hair you can make a braid.

Step 4:  To finish off this look, twist the two and pin it up at the back.

3.)    TOP KNOT

top knot bun

Step 1:  All you need is elastic and a hair pin to create the perfect top knot.

Step 2:  Tie your hair back on top of your head.

Step 3:  Twist the hair in a bun on top of the head.

Step 4:  I like it when it looks slightly softer and not like a perfect ballet bun.


twisted halo

Step 1:  Twist back a small section of hair from one side of your head, and secure it with a pin in the middle of your head.

Step 2:  Twist back a small section of hair from the other side of your head, tuck it behind the first twisted section, and pin it in the middle of your head.


knotted low bun

Step 1:  Pull hair into a low ponytail, then loosely braid the length of hair and secure with a clear elastic.

Step 2:  Wrap the braid around the base of the ponytail like you would a bun, tucking in the loose ends of hair with bobby pins.