Showing posts with label Celebrity Hairstyles. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Celebrity Hairstyles. Show all posts

Oct 18, 2017

Tinker Bell Hair Tutorial

Tinkerbell hair tutorial

This Tinkerbell hair tutorial is inspired by the hairstyle worn on Disney's fairy Tinker Bell in the movie Peter Pan! A cute messy bun or "top knot" wrapped with ribbon and side swept bangs.  Of course, my daughter doesn't have bangs (as I'm sure many of you don't as well) so we made some "fake bangs" using her own hair!

Tinker Bell Hairstyle, Video Tutorial: (Click here to watch the video directly on YouTube.)



We have always loved Disney hairstyles and Halloween hairstyles and could not wait to film this hair tutorial! We have loved watching Disney movies and think Tinker Bell would be such a fun character to dress up as for Halloween, or for your next trip to Disneyland, Disneyworld, or Disney birthday party. This hairstyle would look great with a Tinker Bell fairy costume! 

Tinker bell bun tutorial

Tinker bell hairstyle tutorial, how to make faux bangs

The method we used for creating the "faux fringe" or bangs could be used for every day hairstyles as well (this doesn't have to be just for Tinkerbell!)  It might be fun to change up your look and have bangs for the day.  I have seen this method used with a thick headband placed in front of the bun, which ends up making the bangs look really authentic and more natural!

Disney hairstyle tutorial, Tinker Bell, how to make fake bangs

Supplies we used to create this look:
  • 1 Hair tie
  •  Several bobby pins
  •  Flat Iron (affiliate)
For more Halloween Hairstyles, check out our Disney Princess Hairstyles collection.  We have renditions of hairstyles for Jasmine, Elsa, Anna, Cinderella, Belle & Aurora!

Tinkerbell Hair Tutorial With Fake Bangs Using Your Own Hair! #halloweenhairstyles
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Oct 11, 2017

Wonder Woman hairstyle tutorial! DIY Braided Headpiece, Halloween Hair

Wonder Woman hairstyle tutorial! How to make a WW headband using braids for Halloween.

You'll love this Wonder Woman hairstyle featuring a DIY headpiece made from your own hair! A perfect Halloween hairstyle to go with your Wonder Woman costume.  And the best part? You will not need to purchase or make a wonder woman headband or crown to complete your look. Our tutorial today shows how to create a wonder woman headband using 4 cornrow braids and an inexpensive red or gold star sticker.  This warrior braid / super hero hairstyle is edgy, unique, and fierce. So fun!

Wonder Woman Hairstyle, Braided Headband Video Tutorial: (Click here to watch the video directly on YouTube.)



As mentioned in our wonder woman hair tutorial (above) we would suggest adding large, voluminous curls to complete your wonder woman Halloween costume and hairstyle.  We have a tutorial showing how to curl hair with a curling wand that would work great. I would suggest using a large barrel for loose, bouncy curls.

Wonder woman DIY headpiece or headband tutorial.

 Supplies needed to recreate this Wonder Woman inspired headpiece:
  • Several small, clear hair elastics.
  • Sectioning clips (alligator clips or claw clips) to help keep hair out of your way while braiding. 
  • A gold or red star sticker.
  • Pomade, gel, hairspray, etc. to help control flyaways.
Over the years we have seen many awesome hairstyles using braids placed over the forehead on Instagram and Pinterest and had the idea to make a wonder woman headband using this concept a few months ago when we heard there would be a DC comics wonder woman movie coming out in 2017! A few inspiring hairstyle accounts we have seen these trendy "forehead braid" or braided tiara warrior princess hairstyles on recently: @ashley_cardon_hairstyles @trenzasnmba @vlechtidee @brianasbraids @ashton_hairstyles @tinkerbeanpoplettes_hairdesign

Hope you enjoyed our Wonder Woman hairstyle tutorial.  Happy Halloween!
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Oct 4, 2017

6 Disney Princess Hair Tutorials!


6 Disney princess hair tutorials! Video instructions for each hairstyle. #halloween #halloweenhairstyles #disney #disneyprincess

This week we wanted to share 6 of our favorite Disney Princess Hair tutorials (including Elsa, Anna, Belle, Cinderella, and Jasmine) all together in one compilation video! We thought these would be great Halloween hairstyles to go with your princess costumes and dresses, or for your next trip to Disneyland, Disney world, a princess birthday party, or dress up event. All of these princess hairstyles are fairly easy and "doable." We have tried to simplify and modify the styles to work with "real hair" as most of us weren't born with long, thick, flowing, cartoon princess locks!

6 Disney Princess Hairstyles, Video Tutorials: (Click here to watch the video directly on YouTube.)



Princess hairstyles included in this video:

Elsa hair tutorial, coronation updo from the movie Frozen

Elsa hair tutorial, Disney's Frozen, hairstyle video

Belle hair tutorial from Beauty and the Beast

Belle hairstyle, Beauty and the Beast, video tutorial

Cinderella ball hairstyle (mostly down with twisted crown) from the live action movie

Cinderella hair tutorial, ball hairstyle from the live action movie

Cinderella hairstyle (classic updo with headband)

Cinderella hairstyle, video tutorial

Anna hairstyle, coronation updo from Frozen

Anna hairstyle, from the Disney movie Frozen, video tutorial

Jasmine hair tutorial from Aladdin

Jasmine hairstyle, from Aladdin, video tutorial

Supplies and video links:

Topsy tail tool (affiliate) shown in our video used to create Belle hair and Cinderella hair.

Sponge rag curlers tutorial for Cinderella hair.

We hope you enjoyed these Disney hair tutorials! We had fun looking through our archives to find all of these styles, some dating back to 2010!
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Sep 13, 2017

Trolls Headband Tutorial & Easy DIY Halloween Costume

Cute Trolls Headband Tutorial #halloween

Since Halloween is right around the corner, this week we are showing a fun DIY "Halloween hairstyle" and Trolls costume idea!   We are loving how easy and quick this "no sew" Trolls headband is to make.  Your finished Trolls hairstyle could be worn to school for a Halloween party, crazy hair day, a Halloween dance, a trip to the pumpkin patch, Oktoberfest, as part of a costume for trick or treating, dress up, or to watch the new Trolls movie featuring Anna Kendrick (Poppy) and Justin Timberlake.  We have seen these cute headbands all over Pinterest and Etsy and thought they were such a great idea!  We love that you could dress up as a troll without having to wear a hot, itchy, and uncomfortable wig!

Trolls Headband Video Tutorial: (Click here to watch the video directly on YouTube.)



Trolls hair video tutorial #halloween #trolls
  
Supplies Needed To Create Your Own Troll Hair:
  • Around 5 yards of tulle (cut into 6x24 inch strips.)  As mentioned in our video tutorial (above) stiffer tulle will work best and don't worry about getting your strips cut perfectly.  You can use any color you want and can even mix colors if you desire multi colored hair or even rainbow hair.
  • 1 headband
  • 1 medium size, clear elastic
  • Scissors
  • Decorative flowers, ribbons, or other accessories (optional)
  • Hot glue gun
To finish your trolls costume, you could wear an overall dress with a plain, long sleeve t-shirt and matching tights.

Cute #halloween costume! Trolls headband DIY video tutorial, so easy.

For more Halloween hair and DIY costume ideas, check out our our Halloween Hairstyles Collection. (Including Disney Princess Hairstyles... Belle, Jasmine, Cinderella, Elsa, Anna, a genie, pirate, unicorn, spider hairstyles, and more.)
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Feb 15, 2017

Belle Hairstyle Tutorial, Beauty And The Beast Inspired

Belle Hair Tutorial, Beauty and the Beast inspired. Video instructions.
This Belle hair tutorial is inspired by Disney's new "Beauty And The Beast."  A beautiful half up hairstyle which is worn with the gorgeous yellow ball gown in the dancing scene with the Beast.

We are so excited for the new live action Beauty and the Beast Disney movie coming out on March 17, 2017. And we could not wait to film this hair tutorial! We have loved watching Emma Watson for years and think she will make the perfect Belle. (Our favorite Disney Princess!)

Belle Hair Tutorial, Elegant Half Up Bun Hairstyle: (Click here to watch the video directly on YouTube.)



Before filming this tutorial, we tried searching the internet for a clear picture of this hairstyle from an actual movie still shot, but were unsuccessful. (We only found blurry pics from the side or front and a very quick flash of the style in the official trailer.) So, this is our perceived rendition and not an exact replica.  Based off of the animated movie and books, seeing Belle at Disneyland, etc...  we know her classic style is a half up with curls, with some type of bun in the back, possibly featuring a yellow ribbon or gold hair accessory of some sort. Of course, although our minor details may not be spot on with the new movie, this hairstyle will definitely pass for Belle!  We can't wait to see the actual authentic details when we go watch this in the theater next month! 

Gorgeous Belle hair tutorial. Half up bun hairstyle from Beauty and the Beast.

Beauty and the Beasty hairstyle tutorial. Emma Watson (Disney Belle) inspired.

This hairstyle is fairly easy to make (for a Disney Princess hairstyle) and would be great to go with a Princess Belle Halloween costume, a day at Disneyland or Disney world, a Disney Princess party, watching the Beauty and the Beast movie premiere, etc.

Supplies needed to recreate this glamorous hairstyle: 
  • 3 small or medium hair elastics
  • Several bobby pins
  • Finishing hair spray
  • To create the voluminous bun for this style, we used our "Hollywood Half Up" accessory made by Scunci.  When we saw this tool at Walmart, we thought it would be perfect for helping to create Belle's hairstyle and it really was simple to use.  We have an older Belle hair tutorial showing another idea for making the bun from several years ago if you want to check that out. This Bell hairstyle could also be created by following the first few steps shown in our video, and then making a regular twisted, braided, or messy bun with the half ponytail and tying a yellow ribbon around it, or adding a gold clip or barrette (instead of using a bun maker like we did.) 
  • The ringlet curls cascading underneath the bun were created using our 3/4 inch curling iron, starting at the the root.
  • A topsy tail (affiliate) is optional for creating this hairstyle, but does make it easier and can be used for many other styles as well. These can be found online and in some stores that sell hair accessories. 

Browse our Disney Princess Hairstyles playlist. We have renditions of hairstyles for Jasmine, Elsa, Anna, Cinderella & Aurora!
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Feb 17, 2016

Nicole Brown Simpson Braid, Hairstyle On People Magazine Cover

Nicole Brown Simpson Braid Tutorial

*We took a "photo of the photo" on the right from a magazine cover. Original credit to People Magazine.

A few weeks ago (while standing in line at the grocery store) I noticed this hairstyle worn by Nicole Brown Simpson, on the cover of People Magazine.  Of course, it immediately caught my eye as it is a beautiful braid. And although the photo must be at least 20 years old (since she passed away in 1994) this is a braid that I don't think I have never seen before! Apparently I was not the only one to notice this unique looking braid because over the past several weeks, we have had over 10 requests for a tutorial from fellow braiding enthusiasts!

After studying the photo and trying several different methods of recreating the braid on our mannequin, I could not choose between 2 techniques... so I am showing you both of those in our video today.

Nicole Brown Simpson Braid, Video Tutorial (Click here to watch the video directly on YouTube.)



Keep in mind... Of course, I have no idea how this braid was actually created on Nicole (I wasn't there.)  ;) This is just our interpretation with a similar looking outcome. Our first technique I think looks most similar to the original braid. If you take smaller sections than what I show in our tutorial (above) and keep the braid tighter, you should have an almost identical match to Nicole's braid.

Nicole Brown Simpson inspired hairstyle tutorial

Nicole Brown Simpson inspired hairstyle tutorial

The 2nd technique shown in our video is not new.  It is one that I remember seeing awhile ago on a Russian YouTube account: "Русский."  This braid looks very similar as well.... but not quite the same. On Nicole,  the hair in the middle is laying straight all the way down, where on this braid you can see a slight twist between the sections. But as shown in our tutorial, this braid is easier to take out when you are done, so it may be the way to go!
Braid from People Magazine

Tutorial for braid seen on Nicole brown Simpson on People Magazine cover

Supplies needed to recreate this hairstyle:
  • 1 small, clear elastic to hold the braid at the end.
  • Gel, pomade, or water to help control flyaways.
  • Finishing hairspray.
P.S. We always get questions about where we got our mannequin head.  We found it on Amazon. (Affiliate) The one we purchased is synthetic hair because I didn't want to spend a lot on it. Although if you are looking for better quality, human hair is the way to go.
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Oct 21, 2015

Halloween Hairstyles, Queen Elinor Hair

Halloween hairstyle.  Brave ponytail tutorial.  Merida's mom Queen Elinor hair.

We are continuing on with our "Halloween Hairstyles series" this week with a fun Queen Elinor inspired ribbon wrapped ponytail (as seen in the Disney movie "Brave" on Merida's mother.)

We noticed Queen Elinor actually wears 2 variations of this hairstyle in the movie; The first, as a single ponytail (which we chose for our tutorial today.) And the other is basically the same concept, only doubled up in 2 ribbon ponytails (or pigtails) laying side by side.  I think both styles are gorgeous and perfect to go with a variety of medieval, princess, queen or royal costumes.

We are loving the effortless look of this ponytail and would actually consider wearing it on regular occasions (such as school) and not just for dressing up.

Halloween hairstyle idea.  Disney's Brave ponytail tutorial.

Depending on the thickness of your hair, you may want to tease it slightly to add more volume... or you can choose to skip that step and leave it "as is." We love the "bubbled" look of the ponytail, which was made by stretching the hair between the ribbon (shown in our video tutorial below.) But, this step can also be skipped if you prefer your ponytail to lay more straight and sleek.

Queen Elinor hairstyle tutorial and costume idea

Queen Elinor from brave hairstyle tutorial

Disney's Brave hair tutorial

Queen Elinor Hairstyle Video Tutorial: (Click here to watch the video directly on YouTube.)



Supplies needed to recreate this style:
  • 1 ponytail holder or large elastic.
  • 1 medium, clear elastic or small ponytail holder.
  • We chose some gold ribbon for wrapping around our ponytail.  You can use whatever you have on hand (leather, yarn, rope, ribbon, etc.) 
  • We also added a gold braided headband accessory to accent the style.  Queen Elinor of course was wearing a gold crown if you really want your costume to be authentic. ;)
  • An Elinor costume to go with your hairstyle (optional of course.) We found the dress shown in our photos at a local store in the Halloween section.... and it wasn't actually meant to be a Queen Elinor costume.
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Oct 14, 2015

Princess Leia Hairstyle, Spiral Braid Bun, Star Wars Inspired

Princess Leia Ceremony Hairstyle Tutorial

This week we are doing another fun Halloween Hairstyle tutorial for any of you who may be thinking of dressing up as Princess Leia this year!  This would also be a great hairstyle to wear to the theatre for the upcoming new Star Wars Movie "The Force Awakens." Although, I think this style is actually very pretty and not too "weird" to wear for other occasions as well. ;) 

When I picture "Princess Leia hair" in my mind, I most often think of the famous large pigtail buns she wore wrapping over her ears, which is probably her most iconic hairstyle.  But, I recently watched several of the older Star Wars episodes and noticed this elegant braided updo from the ceremony in "New Hope." We thought this braided style was so gorgeous, we wanted to give it a try. 

Princess Leia Spiral Braid Bun Updo Hair Tutorial

If I had to guess, the original hairstyle (done on Carrie Fisher) most likely involved using some extensions for both thickness and length.  Either that, or she has some seriously crazy long and thick hair! We thought it would be fun to try and achieve a similar result with just "The Princess's" natural hair and a bun maker.  Although our braided bun didn't turn out to be quite as large and glamorous as the original style, I think it still turned out cute.  This style should be achievable even with fairly thin hair, although you will need some length.  If your hair is on the shorter side, you may in fact have better luck using some extensions, a braided hair piece, or a wig

Star Wars Inspired Princess Leia Hair Tutorial

Princess Leia Hairstyle Video Tutorial: (Click here to watch the video directly on YouTube.)



Supplies needed to recreate this hairstyle:
  • Bun maker, hair donut, or sock bun.
  • 1 ponytail holder or large hair elastic.
  • 2 medium size hair elastics.
  • 3 small, clear, hair elastics.
  • Several bobby pins.
  • Fairly long hair.
Still looking for your perfect Halloween Hairstyle?  We have several to browse through here: Halloween Hair Ideas
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    Sep 30, 2015

    Disney's Descendents Hairstyle Tutorial - Evie

    Disney Descendants Hairstyle Tutorial

    Our hair tutorial this week (and our first Halloween Hairstyle of the season) is inspired by a fun style we saw on Disney's new show "Descendants" which was worn by "Evie" ie Sofia Carson.

    In the original style, Evie is wearing a blue/purple woven or braided headpiece (which sort of resembles a crown or tiara) sitting atop her classic dark blue hair.  We wanted to create a DIY of something similar, as well as something simple and inexpensive for anyone who is planning on dressing up as Evie for Halloween... or for anyone else just because it's a cute style!

    Descendants "Evie" Hairstyle Video Tutorial: (Click here to watch the video directly on YouTube.)



    P.S. If you are wanting to make some curls or waves to go with your headpiece (like Evie is wearing) feel free to watch our curling wand tutorial.

    Evie Hairstyle and Headpiece Tutorial From Descendants

    As shown in our video tutorial (above) we braided our headpiece right into "the Princess's" hair.  This is not actually necessary.  If your hair is too short, or if you would rather make the headpiece on its own and bobby pin it into place, you definitely can.  We just thought it would be a fun way to keep the headpiece in place without having to use bobby pins or clips and worry about it falling out while trick-or-treating!  

    Halloween Hairstyle, Evie from Disney's Descendants

    You may have noticed in our photos and video that we are showing 2 different ways to finish this style.  Depending on your personal preference, you can either leave the braids sitting on top of the hair (as shown above) or you can drape some hair over the back/center of the headpiece to hide the elastic and give the hairstyle more of an authentic look to the original style (shown below.)

    DIY Halloween Hairstyle and Headpiece from Descendants (Sofia Carson)

    Evie hairstyle for halloween

    Supplies needed to recreate this look:
    • Ribbon: We found the 2 rolls of ribbon shown in our tutorial at our local craft store in the discount bin for 50 cents each.  You can really use any ribbon you want, but I would suggest finding some that is around 1/2 inch thick to easily create the "point" in the front of the headpiece. We used around 3 feet of each roll.
    • If you have beads, you could thread the beads onto the ribbon and randomly add them throughout the braid for added bling and sparkle. 
    • If you really want to make this hairstyle authentic, you could actually dye or spray your hair dark blue! Or you could look for a blue wig, which would be less messy.  ;)
    • Curling iron/wand or other curling method if you are wanting curls.
    • 1 medium/clear elastic.
    • Finishing hair spray (optional)
    • Hot glue gun
    • Scissors
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    Apr 1, 2015

    Disney's Cinderella Ball Hairstyle Tutorial 2015

    Cinderella hair tutorial

    This tutorial is inspired by the hairstyle Lily James aka Cinderella wore to the ball in the 2015 Disney Cinderella movie.

    Ever since the new Cinderella movie was announced, we have had many requests for a Cinderella hairstyle tutorial.  We're a little slow on getting around to this, but we finally saw the show in theatres this past weekend. We loved it, by the way!  We also noticed the many cute braided hairstyles throughout.  But, we decided to film a tutorial for the ball hairstyle, as it was the most requested. 

    As a bonus, this simple and elegant style is quite easy and should work with most hair lengths and textures.

    Cinderella hairstyle tutorial from the ball
    
    Photo courtesy, the official Cinderella movie trailer.

    You might notice in our pictures that "the Princess's" hair didn't turn out quite as curly as Cinderella's did.  We were a little disappointed in our curls as we ended up having to take the curlers out after just a couple of hours, and they didn't hold as well as they usually do.  We wanted the curls to look effortless and natural, but not quite as flat and blah as they turned out!  If I were to try this style again, I would leave our curlers in overnight, or go for a curling wand or curling iron. ;)

    Disney Cinderella hairstyle tutorial

    The braided headband in this style can be made in several different ways, depending on your hair length and thickness.  If your hair is fine, I would recommend making a braid on each side and doubling them up to make the headband appear to be thicker and more textured.  And of course, if your hair is shorter, you can make a braid on each side and join the ends at the top, instead of the braids having to reach all the way across her head.  We chose a rope braid because the headband on Cinderella appears to be a twist of some sort, but of course, you can do any type of braid you want.  If I had to guess, I would say the original hairstyle was probably created by using a hair piece for the headband, as well as some added extensions for the glamorous looking curls.  You can purchase a synthetic braided headband if you want, which would make your hair appear to be thicker and the braid more voluminous. 

    If you are looking for some magical sparkle just like Cinderella, some glitter could also be added as the finishing touch!

    Cinderella hairstyle video tutorial
    Photo courtesy allure.com

    Supplies needed to recreate this hairstyle:
    • Several small, clear elastics
    • Several bobby pins
    • Naturally curly hair ;) or a curling wand, curling iron, or other curling method.  We have a tutorial for our "sponge rag rollers" if you want to try that.
    • Finishing hairspray (optional)
    Cinderella Hair Tutorial: (Click here to watch the video directly on YouTube.)


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    Oct 15, 2014

    Cinderella Hairstyle, Princess Hairstyles

    Cinderella hair tutorial
    A hairstyle literally fit for a Princess!  A Cinderella hairstyle tutorial. 

    Hey guys!  As part of our "Halloween hairstyles series" this month, we wanted to add another style to our Disney Princess Hairstyles collection. We decided on a beautiful Cinderella inspired updo. Anyone planning on dressing up as Cinderella for Halloween this year?

    Also, this hairstyle doesn't have to be just for Halloween.  I think this would make a lovely and elegant style for a flower girl, bride, Prom, Homecoming, church, etc.

    Cinderella updo tutorial

    I'm assuming pretty much everyone has watched Cinderella at some point, right? You might remember she was wearing a style similar to this at the ball (while wearing the gorgeous blue ball gown.) Of course, this is not an exact replica of Cinderella's hairstyle (as is the case with most cartoon inspired hair) but rather our interpretation of a Cinderella bun.

    There are many different ways you could go about creating this style and we actually tried a few different techniques before we settled on this one. We mostly just wanted to keep this tutorial easy, simple, and quick for everyone.  ;)  The technique we used in our video tutorial below should work with long hair, medium hair, and maybe even hair on the shorter side.  If you are working with extremely thick hair, you may want to split the ponytail up into a few different sections before you roll her hair up, instead of creating one big roll like we did. 

    Cinderella bun tutorial

    In hindsight, if I were to create this style again, I would place the ponytail up a little higher on her head for a more authentic look... keep that in mind if you give this one a try. Also, Cinderella has bangs, and "our princess" does not.  So, if you have bangs, all the better for this style! You can style them in front of the headband just like Cinderella.

    Disney Princess Cinderella Hairstyle Tutorial

    Supplies needed to recreate this look:
    • 3 medium size elastics
    • Several bobby pins
    • Topsy tail (optional)
    • Blue headband or ribbon
    • Finishing hair spray, pomade, or gel

    Cinderella Hairstyle Video Tutorial:  Click here to watch the video directly on YouTube.



    Looking for a different Disney Princess hairstyle? In years past we have recreated several, including:

    Belle 
    Jasmine
    Elsa
    Anna
    Aurora

    Enjoy!
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    Oct 1, 2014

    Genie Hairstyle, Halloween Hairstyles

    A fun genie ponytail and DIY headpiece

    Genie hairstyle tutorial, Halloween Hairstyles

    Now that October is here, we are super excited to kick off our Halloween Hairstyles tutorial series today with a cute genie hairstyle and DIY veil / headpiece!  Anyone planning on being a Genie for Halloween? 

    genie high ponytail and veil tutorial

    Did you watch "I dream of Jeannie" back in the day?  I sure did! You may remember that Jeannie wore her hair like this, but with a thick braid wrapped around the base of the ponytail (in front of the fabric ponytail holder.) You could easily add a braid to this style if you want more of an "I dream of Jeannie" look!  If your hair is not long enough or thick enough to do that, I have also seen synthetic braided ponytail holders which would slip right over the top of the ponytail and save you some stress.

    Genie costume headpiece tutorial

    This costume accessory and hairstyle could work for a "generic genie" as well as a Jasmine inspired Disney Princess costume.  Of course, you can use any color of fabric you like.  I would recommend finding fabric which is sheer and quite thin, as it will look more authentic and will lay nicer.  ;)  If you want to get creative, you can embellish this look by adding beads, glitter, sequins, or other fancy décor to your finished design!

    Easy Genie Hairstyle Tutorial

    This high ponytail hairstyle and "genie ponytail holder" are both super easy to make.  No sewing is involved here, and the ponytail of course is nothing extravagant.  Now all you need is a cute Genie costume to go with your hairstyle!

    Supplies Needed:
    • 1 strip of fabric, approximately 2 inches wide by 5 ft long
    • 1 rectangle piece of fabric, approximately 2ft x 3ft
    • Scissors
    • 1 empty toilet paper (or paper towel) tube 
    • 2 small safety pins (or a hot glue gun)
    • 1 hair elastic for the ponytail
    • curling iron or wand (optional)

    Genie Hairstyle and DIY Headpiece Video Tutorial: (Click here to watch the video directly on YouTube.)


    Still looking for Halloween costume and hairstyle ideas? Click here to browse our Halloween Hairstyles playlist on YouTube which includes several Disney Princess hairstyles from Frozen (Elsa and Anna,) Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, How To Train Your Dragon 2, and more!
     
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