The cold never bothered me anyway!


Bored with your everyday hairstyles? Want to try something new and easy? Here’s two splendid hairstyles inspired by Elsa from the Disney movie frozen.

LOOK 1: Coronation hairstyle

I think this look is gorgeous for things like homecoming and prom. It’s a really easy up-do that barely takes 5 minutes. Here’s how you can do it yourself.

NOTE: If you have straight hair, flat hair or thin hair, then you may need to add some volume by curling your hair, back combing it and adding extensions.

  1. Split your hair into a side partition (whichever side you prefer).
  2. Take the side that has more hair and start twisting away from your face by taking medium size chunks and adding them to each other.
  3. When you reach the nape of your neck, stop twisting and bobby pin the twist in place.
  4. Do the same thing by twisting the hair in the opposite direction of your first twist. (this has to be away from your face as well)
  5. Twist till you reach the bottom of your hair.
  6. Roll the bottom bit into a side bun and voila! You have Elsa’s coronation hairstyle.

LOOK 2: Let it go

This look is more of an everyday hairstyle. I love it because it’s so simple and yet so magical.

  1. Backcomb your hair in sections to add a lot of volume.
  2. Take the middle section and start French braiding 3 inches from your hairline. (we don’t want it to look flat, because Elsa’s braid is extremely voluminous).
  3. While adding chunks to the French braid make sure you take big pieces. In a regular French braid we take small amount of hair but here we want it to be big and slightly messy.
  4. Once you reach the bottom secure with an elastic.
  5. Tug at the hair in the braid to make it look thick.
  6. Take some bangs out and pull them back over the front and bobby pin or spray them in place.
  7. You can add jewels and a ribbon to the end of your braid to make it more Elsa-y.

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Hope this is helpful.

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