With Communion Day just around the corner, have you prepared the relevant food and clothing for your child? This is one of the most important religious holidays of the year, so every detail needs to be carefully prepared. Not only do you have to consider the traditional foods for Communion Day, but you also have to make sure that your child is dressed appropriately for the solemn and holy occasion.

The choice of clothing is also crucial. Boys usually wear a neat suit with a nice tie or bowtie that looks both formal and cute. Girls, on the other hand, may opt for a pretty white dress, symbolizing purity and sanctity, and pair it with some small accessories, such as a hairpin or a bracelet, to make them look more elegant and dignified.

Of course, one particular point that should not be overlooked is the hairstyle of the child on the day of communion. Hairstyles are not just a decoration of appearance, they are part of the liturgy. For boys, a simple, clean hairstyle, such as a short or slightly styled haircut, can be chosen to look both spiritual and in keeping with the religious occasion. Girls, on the other hand, can wear their hair in an elegant bun or simply straighten it and accessorize it with some delicate hair accessories to complete the look.


Simply Stunning First Communion Hairstyles for Girls

High Bun Pod Hair


1. Comb your hair: first, smooth your hair with a hairbrush to make sure there are no knots. If your hair is dry, spray some moisturizing spray to add smoothness.

2. Tie a high ponytail: gather all your hair at a certain point on top of your head and tie it into a high ponytail with a hair elastic. This spot should be in the center of your head, and tie it as tightly as possible to make sure the ponytail is securely fastened.

3. Twist the ponytail: Twist the ponytail clockwise or counterclockwise until the entire ponytail becomes a tight bun. This step will help the bun stay in place longer.

4. Chignon: Place the twisted ponytail in a circle around the base of the ringlet, tucking the ends into the bottom of the chignon. Adjust the tightness and shape of the bun according to your personal preference.

5. Secure the chignon: Use bobby pins to secure the chignon to your scalp. Make sure each part of the bun is securely fastened with bobby pins to avoid slipping. If there are fine pieces of hair falling out, cover the entire bun with a hair net and secure it with bobby pins.

6. Organize the details: Gently adjust the shape of the chignon with your hands to make it more rounded and symmetrical. If there are loose pieces of hair, you can fix them with bobby pins or hair net to keep the overall neatness. Then you can add some nice hair accessories or veil as well.


Low Bun Updo

This hair is a little close to the previous one in that it's a bun updo, but the steps are slightly different.


1. comb your hair and then side part your hair: divide your hair into two sections, one with more and the other with less. Then move the larger part of hair to one side.

2. weave side braid: on the side near your ear, start weaving a three-strand braid or a fishbone braid from the top, weave it down along the scalp to just below the ear, weave it to the end of the hair and secure it with a hair elastic. You can choose a looser or tighter braiding style for a more natural or formal look.

3. Form a chignon: Wrap the braided hair into a chignon that can be positioned close to the ears or slightly back, adjusting to your personal preference. Use bobby pins to secure the bun to your scalp. Then add some nice hair accessories after fixing the bun.


Loose Hair

Loose hair with a garland and veil is a simple yet elegant hairstyle that is perfect for solemn occasions like Communion Day. This hairstyle is suitable for all hair types and lengths, whether long, short, straight or curly, and easily showcases a sense of exaltation and holiness.


1. Smooth your hair and put on the wreath: put the wreath gently on top of your head and adjust the position of the wreath according to your personal preference. Choose a flower garland that matches the color of your dress, or a more holy color such as white. Secure the wreath to your hair and make sure it doesn't slip off.

2. Wear a veil: Choose a simple veil that can be fastened underneath the wreath to ensure that it covers the entire head. If the veil comes with a small comb, it can be inserted directly into the hair. If you don't have a small comb, you can use a hairpin to secure the veil to your hair.

3. Organize your hair: Use your hands to gently arrange your hair so that it falls naturally over your shoulders and down your back. If there are some hairs that need to be fixed, you can use a hairpin to clip them gently to keep the overall natural look.

4. Add accessories (optional): For some added sophistication, add some floral jewelry hairpins in the middle or sides of your hair. These ornaments can echo the garland and add to the overall harmony and beauty.


Half-Up Haircut

A simple yet elegant hairstyle for all occasions, the half-up loose hair is a hairstyle that showcases the natural beauty of your hair while adding some sophistication.


1. Separate hair after smoothing: Take a section of hair from above the ear and gently separate it with a hairbrush. This part of the hair is used to tie the hair into a half updo, and the exact amount can be adjusted according to personal preference. The rest of the hair will fall naturally over the shoulders and back.

2. Tie a half updo: Tie the separated hair into a half ponytail at the back of the head, which can be secured with a hair elastic. If you want to add some detail, you can twist the hair in the half ponytail section a few times and then secure it with a hair elastic. You can also use a pretty hair clip instead of a hair elastic to add a touch of sophistication to your hairstyle.

3. Organize the loose parts: Organize the remaining loose parts so that they fall naturally over the shoulders and back. If your hair is straight, gently smooth it with a hairbrush; if it's curly, use your fingers to gently smooth out the curls for a more natural and soft look.

4. Add accessories (optional): If you want to add some decoration, you can add flower jewelry to the hair band or hair clip position of the half-updo. You can also clip some small flower hair clips on the loose part to add sophistication to the overall look.



In conclusion, every detail of preparing your child for Communion Day requires thought and time, from the food, to the clothing, to the hairstyle, every aspect should not be overlooked. This will not only make your child feel special care and attention on this important day, but also make the whole Communion Day more solemn and meaningful. We hope that every family will have a memorable and wonderful Communion Day.