Let your little lady channel her inner unicorn these holidays, with beautiful, ultra-long braids in all the colours of the rainbow!
The world’s most universally loved hairstyle with a twist of unicorn magic is this summer’s hottest look.
Little girls are lining up for single or double Dutch braids with super-long hair extensions weaved into the natural strands, creating a whimsical festival look that is perfect for school holiday fun.
Girls of all ages are turning heads with braids in bright, pastel and even gorgeous ombre hues making a colourful statement around the world.
Would your daughter love this look?
Pampered Princess offers extension braids in the colour of her choice, just $55 or $69 including glitter makeup. All our pamper menu
services can be booked for between one and four girls, and include a beautiful pink princess robe to wear during her treatment, as well as a pink lemonade and cupcake on arrival.
Or, for the ultimate girl’s day out these school holidays, why not bring her along to a Unicorn Makeover Day at Pampered Princess these school holidays?
This brand-new experience debuts on our summer holiday schedule on December 16 at Burleigh
or January 6 at Coomera.
The package includes the very popular rainbow extension braids as well as a unicorn manicure and pedicure and unicorn glitter makeup. Your princess will also enjoy delicious unicorn themed treats during this great-value 2-hour ultimate pamper experience.
Each of our school holiday sessions are led by experienced, blue-card qualified children’s party hosts, meaning mum can either drop-and-go (perfect chance to tick off that last-minute Christmas list) or stay and relax in our parents’ lounge.
And with Afterpay now available on all online purchases, treating your little love these school holidays couldn’t be easier. Book today then make payment in four easy fortnightly installments.
Feminine and fierce, braids in all their variations boast a rich history with roots in ancient Africa and have never gone out of style, particularly in black communities where braiding is part of a culture that brings women together.
While the crazy coloured, extra-long styles are best left for holidays, everyday plaits and braids are both practical and pretty, and can be worn for any occasion and by everyone from school girls to professional athletes.
Modern icons rocking braided strands have included Disney princesses (Elsa, Rapunzel), Viking warriors such as on the hit series, Game of Thrones, the Williams sisters on the tennis court, Beyonce and other stage divas, along with Hollywood A-Listers including Kendall Jenner and many more.
Want to learn to braid like a boss? Find out more about our learn-to-braid workshops these school holidays here.