From Elsa’s infamous grade to Jasmine’s modernised ponytail, when it comes to wedding day hairstyles Disney princess’ sure know how to create a lust-worthy look. Here's how to create your very own royalty-worthy hairstyle on your big day - no fairy godmother required!
Belle’s half-up style
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A go-to style for hundreds of bride-to-be’s a half up, half down look is both face framing and convenient for keeping hair out of the way. Star off by loosely curling your hair, then gently scrape the top half up into a bun - securing with a pin. Pull out a few face-framing strands for a romantic finish.
Rapunzel’s Flower braid
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Weddings and flowers go hand-in-hand, so add some pretty petals to your big day by opting for a flower braid. Split hair into three sections and plait towards the back, adding in flowers, pearls and beads as you go. Top Tip, twist the top of your hair first for added rapunzel-esque volume!
Snow White’s Bob
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Ideal for those who want to trial a new do on their big day, you can achieve a beautiful bob, without chopping off your lovely locks. Simply curly hair into bound curls for texture than bin hair up and under to create the illusion of a short style.
Jasmine's non-pony ponytail
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Ponytails don’t have to be boring, as our fave carpet riding princess proves. Simply start with a loose pony and add an extra hairband every quarter section to create a block effect, then pull the hair loose to create a bubble-like style. Mix up the look with added ribbon or plait details.
Cinderella’s Classic Up-do
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Classic and chic, a sophisticated up-do is ideal for any bride looking to achieve a fuss-free style on her big day, and no-one does a sleek style better than Cinderella herself. Start by pulling hair back into a tight pony, then loop over a doughnut hairband and tease for extra volume - The addition of a matching headband is optional.
Aurora's Loose Waves
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When it comes to your big days, for some brides the simpler the better, and Aurora's fuss free do is ideal for all you laid-back brides. All that's required is for hair to be placed in rollers for a few hours, then let down right before the ceremony begins. And remember, the bigger the roll the larger the curl!
Elsa’s side braid
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A classic look for bride-to-be’s a loose side plat is a great alternative to a classic up-do. And, even if you have shorter hair you can recreate this fabulous dozen hairstyle by piping in some clip in extensions, then adding the faux strands to your own when plaiting.
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For high-summer weddings, a top not is a simple way to keep hair off the face and avoid any strand-meets-sweat oh-so-unflattering photos. Pull hair into a tousled pile at the centre of your head then secure with a bobble. For a messier style, loosen the band to allow for extra movement.
Pocahontas Poker straight strands
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Ideal for thicker haired ladies, this sleek style is guaranteed to hold, even during hot summer months. Blow dry damp hair downwards then use a flat iron to even out any kinks fiinnish by adding a spritz of hairspray and a tny dollop of serum to tame wary flyaways.
Ariel’s Bouncy waves
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Growing up we never quite understood how Ariel’s hair remained so bouncy, despite the fact she lived underwater. But, if you’re looking to add extra volume on your special day her signature style couldn't be easier to master. Simply blow-dry hair when it’s slightly damp using a large barrel brush to add bounce at the roots and a slight curl at the ends.
Tiana's curly up do
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Calling all naturally curly women, think you can’t rock an up-do on your wedding day, think again! Take inspiration from Tiana and go for a curly up do by allowing hair to dry naturally then using a scooping motion to pile the curls on the middle of your head. keep the look secure with pns and allow a few tendrils to fall out to frame the face, giving a more laid-back messy feel to the look.
Anna’s braided updo
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Boho brides, this is an ideal look for you! Recreate Anna’s medieval-meets-modern upbraid by adding a simply 3-strand plait to a loose-looking updo. Slightly dirty, tousled hair works best for this style as it gives extra grip so avoid washing your hair on the actual day!
Merida’s Crazy Curls
If your hair is curly, then why not embrace your natural beauty and keep it curled for an au natural look on your special day. Leave to dry as normal, add a little bit of serum to keep frizz at bay then spritz with hairspray while shaking your ahead upside down for extra va-va-voom.