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St. Patrick's Day hair  Wet the hair with a spray bottle or do this after they get out of the shower so the hair is wet and easier to work with. Pull your child’s hair back in a ponytail and loosen the ponytail holder just a little. Then poke a hole in between the head and the ponytail holder so you can pull the ponytail up through the hole from under the ponytail. Then you split the ponytail into three different straight sections, twist each one separately and bobby pin them into the shape of a three left clover. You could even try to braid each section and then bobby pin them into shape. I hope this helps you do this cute little style on your child’s hair for St. Patrick’s Day.

St. Patrick's Day nails   I wanted to get my nails done so I decided on something for St. Patrick’s Day. Green nail polish, glitter nail polish, silver glitter polish with a small thin brush so you can make thin lines with it, white nail polish and a shamrock stencil. Paint the green across the nail first, and then add the silver thin line around the green and bring it up to the top of the nail and around. Do your shamrocks next with the white polish, paint or air-brush, you might even be able to use a white nail polish pen to color in the shamrocks. The last thing to do is, paint over the nail with the glitter nail polish and let dry. Dip your nails in cold water for 30 seconds to dry faster. I hope I did a good enough job explaining so you are able to do it yourself, enjoy it. Please let me know if you like it or don’t like it, thanks.