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Dads Learn How to Create Girls' Hairstyles For Beer

French braid, topknot bun, waterfall braid, pigtails—the list goes on and on. The abundance of girls' hairstyles can be daunting to a dad who has no idea how to even tie a ponytail.

Enter "Beers and Braids," a night of beauty education where dads can learn how to create basic girls' hairstyles. For $55 dads can have a father-daughter night at Envogue Salon in Denver, Colorado, where not only will they master their skills in braiding but also compete in a hair show judged by stylists. The top prize? A six-pack of beer.

In an effort to a create stronger bond and involvement between dads and daughters, salon owner Calli Hueble-Bodilis created "Beers and Braids," which includes one-on-one hair coaching on three different looks.

"It's so special," Hueble-Bodilis told Fox 31 Denver News. "It's way more successful than I ever thought it would be. Clients love it. Moms love it, dads love it. And it's such a special memory for the daughters."

The supportive environment made up of different dads makes it a little more comfortable for them to learn and make mistakes while getting schooled on this foreign concept of hair. As male stay-at-home parents become more common, it's not a surprise that this dad-daughter venture is very popular. And even if he is a working dad, it doesn't mean he can't take the time to help his daughter get ready in the morning (easy brownie points). We hope these classes are introduced to salons across the country.

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