*One Year of Seton Girls’ Hairstyles*


One year. 82 followers, 12,326 views, 775 comments, 2,672 visitors, and 83 posts later…

Today is officially one year since Seton Girls’ Hairstyles was launched! It has been a pretty crazy past 12 months, but I’d just like to say a big thanks to all our viewers who make this so much more fun! 😉

If you haven’t been here from day one then you probably don’t know a lot of the story  as to why SGH was started in the first place, feel free to check out our about page for more on that. But basically my friend Emma and I met through some of our school (Seton) forums and really got talking, we found out that we shared a common interest in hairstyling among other things, and eventually we came up with an idea to create a hairstyling site! I was doing the occasional tutorial myself on catholichomeschoolaustralia.com (a site my dad started) but really wanted to do something more than that. Emma and I worked for months on and off to come up with the right themes and such to make the site function the way we wanted and finally decided to officially release the site, telling all our friends (and switching it from private to public) on June 19 2017!

After the first month or so Emma had some things come up and so she wasn’t really able to  post much, if it all, and we had initially wanted to recruit 1-2 more Seton girls to become regular posters as well. So that’s where Emily, and the sisters, Sophia & Sabrina, came in (I’m sure you all know who they are from their amazing tutorials!) Some of their posts quickly and easily became some of the most viewed tutorials on SGH such as Sophia’s DIY Overnight Curls/Waves, Sabrina’s 3 Easy DIY Baseball Cap Hairstyles, and Emily’s 3 DIY hairdos for short hair!

We also have several ‘casual’ posters, most notably Maria who has helped out so much when one of us wasn’t able to post, (huge thanks to you Maria!) You can check out her most recent tutorial the ‘Princess’ Half-up ‘Do here! Our other two are Hannah & Therese who have each contributed one tutorial: Lace Braided HeadbandThe Lace Braided French Plait

So, I would especially like to give a massive thanks to our other main posters, Sophia, Sabrina, and Emily. Without you three (especially Sophia and Sabrina who have been able to post every single month since they joined the SGH team) I know we wouldn’t have been able to have tutorials every single week like we do. A special shout-out to Sabrina who was able to take over as admin and keep the site running several times these past 12 months when I had personal matters arise. And of course, and big thank you to all of you viewers who keep this site active with all your comments, requests, (and views 😛 😉 .)

Ok wow, that was long, but I just wanted to thank everyone. I don’t think a lot of people realise how much goes in to keeping a site like this up, running, with new tutorials every week. 😀 It’s been so much fun posting these last 12 months, and I look forward to a whole nother year of posting tutorials! 😉

See you all around in my next tutorial!

God bless!

~Clare

8 thoughts on “*One Year of Seton Girls’ Hairstyles*

  1. That is so awesome! SGH and I share the same birthday! I love this site and have a lot of fun browsing through all these cute hairstyles.

  2. It’s time to party!!!!! This site is truly a blessing and is very fun. Thanks so much for setting it up!

  3. Congrats!!!!! This site is truly amazing, I really enjoy coming on here and learning new hairstyles 😀 I am also very honoured to now being a casual poster on here; thanks so much to everyone who helps run this place!!!!

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