8 Back-to-School Hairstyles For Every Type of Hair

Half-Up for Medium Hair

Even princesses need to go to school! Princess Charlotte often wears her medium-length hair half up, and she always adds a pretty navy ribbon to finish the look.

Double Dutch Braids

Nothing says "I'm ready for school!" like these cute braids. Double Dutch braids, also called reverse French braids, are a great choice. You can braid the hair all the way down, or you can do like Skai Jackson and tie them off under the ears.

Statement Bow

Here's how to make a big impression: Copy JoJo Siwa's signature look by topping off your ponytail with a huge bow.

Headband for Short Hai

If she's been talking about how long her hair is, think about getting it cut short like Rowan Blanchard's longer pixie cut. And no matter how long her hair is, adding a ribbon can make any hairstyle look stylish.

High Ponytail for Medium or Long Hair

First, part your daughter's hair on the side and section off the hair around her face. Pin each section of hair behind her ears. Next, pull the rest of her hair back into a half ponytail like you usually do.

Kids' Crown Braid Hairtyle with Beads

When she walks down the hallways with this beautiful braided updo, she'll feel like a queen. Add a few cute beaded hair clips, just like Marsai Martin from the show Black-ish, and she'll look even more amazing.

Buns and Hair Bows

Two buns are twice as fun. Make this trendy hairstyle more feminine by adding satin ribbons in matching colors, just like Millie Bobby Brown from Stranger Things.

Metallic Hair Accessories

Velvet, satin, rainbow she probably already has lots of scrunchies. But she ll definitely love and use a cute and trendy metallic scrunchie like the one Halle Bailey is wearing.