So whether you're looking for Halloween inspiration or just want to dress up as a fairy tale princess for the day, we've got six super Disney inspired hairstyles that will have your tresses reigning supreme!
We are in love with this (tangle-free) take on Rapunzel s do. To achieve this look, you can start with locs, box braids or even Senegalese twists.
Then simply add floral accessories and grab a frying pan, plus your handy pet chameleon, and you'll be ready for any princess party!
Tip: Our Braid Care Set works wonders on protective styles. Combining our Swish, sulphate free shampoo, Sheen, Moisturising Spray and Soothe, Scalp oil to help cleanse, nourish and protect your hair and scalp.
Braids already installed and want an easy yet elegant style? Brandy’s Cinderella do has to be it!
Style your braids using pins, slightly unravel your braids a touch, and use thin Flexi-Rods to curl the ends.
Moana Flower Crown
Vibrant, easy to achieve and tailored to suit your needs. From fresh daisies or reusable faux flowers – the choice is entirely yours.
Tip for fixing a flower crown: Make sure any fresh flowers are picked and cleaned on the day, securing them by the stem with bobby pins from our Essentials Accessories Pack.
A real show-stopper. You can go completely natural or add in extra hair for extra volume and length.
Tip: This look is perfect for long parties and the fear of humidity. Combine with Seal, Hair Oil to lock in moisture, reduce frizz and increase weather wearing power.
Tiana's Princess Puff
A super easy and achievable style for anyone in a bit of a rush. Just create a sleek puff with lots of volume at the top to have your tiara sitting pretty.
P.S. Don't forget to use a Microfibre Towel when drying your hair before creating this look as this will aid with reducing frizz when styling.
Snow White Braid Out
Elegant, charming – we love this Snow White-inspired braid out!
Tip: The Wash Day Set has everything you need in your toolkit to prep your hair for any style, especially this glorious look.
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This article was written by Louise Quasie-Woode.