No matter how old you are, there’s something about Disney princesses that has women feeling that princess vibe. So many of us grew up watching the Disney princesses and idolizing them for their princess lives, and let’s face it… their impossibly perfect hair. Ok, ok we know they’re cartoons but a girl can dream – right? Right! We’re all about believing the seemingly impossible (i.e. cartoon worthy hair), possible. We recently came across some super fun Disney princess inspired hairstyles and we just had to share them with you. Because we know you have that inner Disney princess in you that’s still itching to make an appearance in one way or another, why not let it be a little Disney princess inspired hair?
The Belle Hairstyle
Beauty and the Beast…it’s such a classic, isn’t it? Belle had that gorgeously curled hair that just so effortlessly was thrown up in a half up hairstyle. But you know what? It’s actually an incredibly achievable hairstyle! To get a Belle inspired hairstyle start by adding loose curls to your hair, you’re not going to want these curls too tight for this look. Once you’ve curled your hair take the top section of your hair and pin it back into a half up style. To get a more modern inspired Belle look, pull your hair back loosely and for the hair that you have hanging from the rubber band or pins tuck it into a loosely styled bun. It’s a fun take on the Belle look, where you’ll get the same feel but with a modern twist.
The Jasmine Hairstyle
Didn’t it always seem like Jasmine had the most gorgeous hair? Well lucky for you, you can get a Jasmine inspired hairstyle yourself! Seriously, we’re not joking here. And no, you don’t have to have layers and layers of extensions you can work with what you’ve got (unless you want to add extensions, then by all means have a ball!). For a Jasmine inspired hairstyle, it’s actually pretty easy to achieve simply tie your hair back in a low ponytail and tease the ponytail hair. Once you’ve done that you can add one or two other rubber bands as you work your way down the ponytail (the teasing helps add volume). If you’re not really into the multiple rubber band look, you can get a similar look by adding a low ponytail braid. Top either option off with a glam headband and voila! You’ve got yourself a Jasmine inspired hairstyle.
The Elsa Hairstyle
We had to throw in one of the more recent Disney princesses. Plus, let’s face it Elsa has an incredibly gorgeous hairstyle we all know and love. To get an Elsa look start by having your hair dried fairly straight using a round brush. Use a round brush because you’re going to want your hair pretty straight but also with volume added to it. Once you’ve done that tease the roots of your hair and pin your hair back in a half up style really hiding the bobby pins. Once you’ve done that just take the hair that’s left down and begin creating a low ponytail braid. Once you’ve created the braid loosen the braid by pulling it a bit to add more of a voluminous look to it. Easier than you thought, huh?