Perfect Braid Hairdresser

Perfect Braid Hairdresser

Perfect Braid Hairdresser is a simple game designed for young girls who love playing with hair. The game is free and can be downloaded right away without any fuss.

The goal of the app is rather simple – select a hairstyle and then follow the procedure to re-create this hair style on a virtual girl. The game will tell you how to do it so just follow the steps and you will be okay. Since this is a simple app designed for little girls do not expect to see fancy graphics or music; everything is simple and easily done as the main goal of Perfect Braid Hairdresser is not to do something special – instead it has to entertain children.

We did experience a random crash when using this app but we are not sure it was the game. Still be prepared that sooner or later you may experience something similar.

Perfect Braid Hairdresser can be downloaded for free here on Google Play.

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