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Sharing the love of braiding!

WELCOME TO PRETTY LITTLE BRAIDS

Whether you’re looking to learn some braiding basics, or want to perfect that waterfall 4 strand loop braid – you’ve come to the right place!

Coming soon to our site you’ll find tutorials and tips and our online store with the most gorgeous accessories. Right now, you can start exploring the gallery of our favourite braids and get involved in our upcoming braiding workshops!

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UPCOMING BRAIDING WORKSHOPS

Come along and have fun at one of our upcoming Braiding Workshops! We offer classes for braiders of all levels - from beginners to hairstyling professionals. If you have any questions, please contact Shelley for more information.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

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PRETTY LITTLE BLOG

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Nov 2016

Sharing our braiding secrets in Geelong!

I recently headed to Geelong for a braiding workshop. Geelong is the second largest city in Victoria, gateway to the famous Great Ocean Road. There are hundreds of hair salons in this area, and I visited to run an all-day specialised, braiding workshop for 6 experienced hairdressers at Helen Dunne Education, Hairdressing School.

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Nov 2016

Bad Braid Days

Given that I am always being asked if I ever have bad hair days, today I thought it might be fun to feature my Gag Reel - ‘Braids Gone Wrong.' Each night I research and think of new ideas for the Braid I will style the next day and every morning I set aside twenty minutes to braid my daughter, Grace’s hair. Undoubtedly things don’t always go to plan, and today I wanted to expose my flaws. Yikes!

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Nov 2016

Why my friend Melanie chose to shave her hair off. Read her story here.

A friend of mine, Melanie Arnoldt, decided to participate in the World’s Greatest Shave. The World’s Greatest Shave is one of Australia’s biggest fundraisers. This iconic, annual event is for blood cancer. Thirty-five Australian’s a day are diagnosed with Leukaemia, Lymphoma or Myeloma, making blood cancer the third biggest cause of cancer death in Australia.

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