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How to: Easy DIY Disney Princess Hair for Halloween
Whatever type of person you are or look up to, Disney has your back for inspiration. This time of year, is all about playing dress up, so why not make it will a long gown and a killer hairstyle. Keep reading for your Disney inspired Halloween hairstyles, you will look ready to live happily ever after. Princesses do not do anything by halves so lacklustre hair is not an option. So, get your hair extensions out ladies, you are going to need them! These fun and easy DIY Disney hairstyles are perfect for Halloween or any other day you want to feel like a Princess.
To begin, create a centre part. We are going to focus on getting the ultra-voluminous look Jasmine has around her face. Take a one-inch section either side of the centre parting and grab a curling iron. Wrap each section around the barrel once near the roots to add instant lift. Curl the lower third of your hair as well to give it extra body. Create apart from the centre to behind your ears and put on the famous Jasmine headband. Twist the front sections backwards incorporating strands of hair from the back section so it blends. Once you get about shoulder length tie it up out of the way. Once both twists are done tie them up in a low ponytail with a bright blue hair tie at the nape of your neck. To create classic Jasmine shape, go down your ponytail a few inches and add another blue hair tie, and continue to create a bubble ponytail for a chic touch. Don’t forget to tug the section to give it body and add hairspray at the end.
This look is recognised for its length and thickness, so clip in hair extensions are a must. Pop them in and create a centre parting and curl your hair with a curling wand, switch the directions of the curls. You can stop here, for a gorgeous and trendy Rapunzel look. However, if you wish you achieve the class Disney Rapunzel look, then make sure your extensions don’t have serum on them before starting so your braids can hold easier. After you have your clip ins in, create a centre parting all the way to the back of your head. Either side of the parting at the very back of your head take small sections and create mini braids.
Back at the front divide a section on the left side behind her ear and divide it into three. You are going to create an awesome Dutch braid incorporate in strands as you go and secure it a couple of inches from the bottom. Don’t forget to pinch each section afterwards to make it look full and repeat on the other side. Tie the two braids together, letting the ends out. You are now going to continue making an ultra-thick Rapunzel braid all the way to the end. Wrap the mini braids around your ultra-braid to give it extra detail and secure the ends with the end of the ultra-braid. To be truly Rapunzel add some flower clips to finish.
Taking note from Emma Watson as Belle, we know are going for a bit of a fancy look, so start with some fancy large curls all over your head. Once that is done divide a couple of inches wide square shaped section near the top of your hairline and pin it out of the way. Take the sections of hair nearest your temples, and right next to your square and tie them into a smooth ponytail. Once it is secure loop the ponytail down and underneath the hair tie to give it more volume. Release your square and create centre part, tease the roots and make sure you have some tight defined curls in this part. Twist the ends on either side of your parting and loop place them in u shape so you can conceal the ends underneath your ponytail. Tease the base of your ponytail and pin it, a couple of inches down to create Belle’s classic bubble bun. Don’t forget to hairspray and add a ribbon around your bun.
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