Once you’ve found the most beautiful designer children’s dresses to style your little ones prettily in, your thoughts can turn to how to put the finishing touches to their cute outfits together… and the right hairstyle can make or break a look, as you’re sure to know yourself!

If you’re not particularly confident when it comes to doing your child’s hair, it might be best to start off small and build your skills up. Before you know it, you’ll be pulling off incredibly complicated styles and your daughters will absolutely love you for it, showing off their locks at every given opportunity.

One very simple hairstyle to start you off with ease is a flower crown. These are perfect for weddings and birthday parties - or even just fun days out - and you can all have a great time heading out into the garden to pick the flowers to make the crown. You’re sure to be asked to make this little headdress time and time again.

Or what about trying your hand at a top knot? This is another relatively easy style to master and a great one for balmy summer days. All you need to do is put the hair up in a high ponytail and then twist it around into a bun, before securing it with some hair pins.

Once you’ve got to grips with these, you could try and up your game with some braids. Little girls love having their hair in plaits and there are all sorts of ways in which these can be worn, so you will soon have a whole plethora of different styles to keep your little ones looking fresh and stylish, day in, day out.

An easy one to begin with is tied-up braids. This looks far more complicated than it actually is and all you need to do is divide the hair up into two sections, plait both of them and then wind them around the back of the head, securing them with some pretty little clips.

Now you’ve got this look down, what about trying out a French braid? This is a really classic hairstyle and one that will always look stylish - and it’s not as hard to achieve as you might think. Use some dry shampoo to help keep the hair in place, then start to section off the hair, starting at the top of the head and dividing it into three equal sections.

Take the right section of the hair and cross it over the middle section, so that it becomes the new middle section. Then cross the left section over this new middle section. Repeat this process and pick up more hair from the sides of the head as you go. When you reach the nape of the neck, simply plait the rest of the hair into a three-strand braid. And you’re done!