So this is always fun. I tried doing the fishtail french braid starting in the middle of her hair but her bangs kept slipping out and I didn't like it. So I just did a topsy tail hair flip to keep her bangs back and pulled the hair to the side in a pony tail and fishtailed the ponytail. If your daughter's hair is long, then the fishtail french braid would totally work and look adorable.
#1 So I stopped right there and took it out and started over. If your daughter has bangs, section off a square in the front and tie off with an elastic. Use your topsy tail or just part in middle and flip underneath towards the back of head or direction of the ponytail.#2 Spray hair with water and pull in low side ponytail.#3 Begin fishtailing by splitting hair in two pieces instead of 3 for a standard braid.#4 Add a small piece from the right and cross over the front to the left. Grab piece in left hand and you should still only be holding two pieces of hair.
#5 Next, add a small piece from the left side and cross over the front to the right.
#6 Keep repeating this process until you get to the bottom and tie off with an elastic.
#7 Add a bow and voila.....one cute little piggie!