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3 hot hairstyles from Frozen



Frozen is having a serious shining moment, and these hairstyles are definitely break-out-in-song-worthy. Each can be worn as everyday looks with jeans and a tee or polished for parties and events. Whether you have long or short hair, they’ll be flattering. Promise!



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    Elsa’s front twist

    This style is so simple to achieve and can easily be dressed up or down. And if you have short hair, don’t fear. Just skip steps 5 & 6 and rock the look with your hair down. Let it go!


    1. Start off by adding a frizz fighting serum all over your hair and combing it through.

    2. Create a deep side part in your hair and beginning right at the part, start rolling your hair away from your face.

    3. Continue to roll your hair backwards, adding more hair into the twist as you go.

    4. Once you’ve reached the back of your head, secure the twist with a temporary clip.

    5. Take the rest of your hair and twist it around into a bun, remembering to include the hair you used for the original twist.

    6. Remove the clip and spritz with hairspray.


    Garnier Fructis Sleek & Shine Anti-Frizz Serum, $5,

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    Anna’s crown braid

    This style works best for girls with long hair, and is perfect for any upcoming summer festivals. And if you don’t have bangs like Anna, don’t shy away. By following these simple steps, you will most definitely accomplish the princess’ look.


    1. Apply a texturizing cream to your hair to give it some volume and hold.

    2. Grab a large chunk of hair from behind your ear, braid it all the way down to the end, and secure with a tiny clear elastic.

    3. Take your braid and pull it across the top of your head like a headband until it is completely behind your other ear.

    4. Secure the braid with bobby pins.

    GL Tip: Add extra bobby pins throughout the braid to ensure that it doesn’t come out during the day.

    5. Pull the rest of your hair back into a bun, and spritz with a frizz-fighting hairspray.


    Not Your Mother’s Beach Babe Texturizing Cream, $6,

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    Elsa’s French braid

    This hairstyle is gorgeous and can be worn to class or to the mall with your besties. To embody the Queen and her iced-out look, style with your fave cool blue sundress.


    1. Comb your hair backwards until it doesn’t fall into your part, and spray hairspray throughout.

    2. Begin your French braid mid-way down the back of your head. When you get to the end of your braid, leave a tiny bit of room before securing with a clear elastic.

    3. Use the tiny space leftover to begin gently loosening the braid by pulling it apart. Do this all the way up your braid until you’re satisfied with the look.

    4. Run your fingers through the top section of hair to loosen it up.

    5. Finish it off by adding a sparkly hair tie to the end.

    Herbal Essences Body Envy Volumizing Hairspray, $4,

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