Elsa's Frozen Coronation Hairstyle Tutorial

Elsa's Frozen Coronation Hairstyle Tutorial



Learn how to braid Elsa’s coronation hairstyle in this CuteGirlsHairstyles tutorial inspired by Frozen. Own Frozen on Digital HD and Blu–ray™ Combo Pack!

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About Frozen:
From the studio behind 2010’s “Tangled” and 2012’s “Wreck-It Ralph,” Walt Disney Animation Studios presents “Frozen,” the coolest comedy-adventure ever to hit the big screen. When a prophecy traps a kingdom in eternal winter, Anna (voice of Kristen Bell), a fearless optimist, teams up with extreme mountain man Kristoff and his sidekick reindeer Sven on an epic journey to find Anna’s sister Elsa (voice of Idina Menzel), the Snow Queen, and put an end to her icy spell. Encountering mystical trolls, a funny snowman named Olaf, Everest-like extremes and magic at every turn, Anna and Kristoff battle the elements in a race to save the kingdom from destruction.

About Elsa:
In the mountains of Arendelle, Elsa learned how to let go and embrace the icy powers that make her special. With the help of her sister, Anna, Elsa grew to realize that love can conquer fear and she now has what a family’s love can give her: happiness.

About Cute Girls Hairstyles:
The idea for Cute Girls Hairstyles began in 2001 when Mindy McKnight’s twin daughter’s were 18 months old. She quickly became tired of the simple “waterspout” piggies on top and eager to try out some new hairstyles like intricate braids and beautiful buns.
In October 2008 Mindy decided to record the hairstyles in a blog format. Now Cute Girls Hairstyles has become a hairstyle reference for hundreds of thousands of moms and girls all over the world appearing on ABCNews’ 20/20, TODAY, Katie, Good Morning America, and the Anderson Live daytime talk show.

hey everyone I'm Mindy from cute girls hairstyles and today we are going to show you how to do Elsa's coronation here now this hairstyle is really cool and as soon as I saw it in the movie I knew it was like one that we had to do it's really amazing and I'm sure you're going to love it okay now when doing this hairstyle it's important to remember that you're dealing with a drawing and a cartoon which doesn't always translate exactly to real human hair so we're gonna do just a slightly modified version that's gonna make it easier for you to style so to begin with I'm going to come up here to way back for me and maybe like towards the middle to end of her eyebrow I'm gonna do a nice little part line I don't want to do it too high because I don't want it to really show from the front a ton but in the movie of course Elsa's hair is all combed over to the left but the reality of is that the gravity starts pulling it down and it just kind of looks scraggly by the time you're done doing all the hairstyle so this is much better so after you have your nice part line right here on this side I'm gonna turn her to the front and I am going to starting on that part line thank you and about three inches back on her head I'm going to just begin sectioning and I'm gonna take that section and swoop it kind of on a downward rounded angle towards the back of her head and right down till about the middle of her head where the bun will sit so we have this nice little section of hair right here that we're not going to use from in it so I'm gonna take that and I'm actually going to secure this side out of the way to begin so this is a little tricky method so now what we need to do is get all of this to flow to the left and look really nice and soft and pretty now in order to do that the top part will stay kind of naturally on its own as you can see the problem is this back area if you comment like this it just naturally wants to fall down so we're gonna take our comb tip a little bit more for me face and we are going to pick up small sections and add a little bit of teasing now if you don't want to do this you don't have to you can also wet the hair down that will give it a little extra weight and help hold it too but for her I'm just going to go ahead and add a little bit of teasing okay now we're going to flip it back over and take our smoothing comb and just smooth the top pieces so it doesn't look like rat it so it looks really nice and soft okay now one other trick I'm just going to show you is that when you're doing this we have this part line right here where we parted earlier you just want to make sure that this hair is brought as close to that part line as possible because we're going to use that to hide it once you have this kind of where you want it go ahead and secure it with an elastic once you have your ponytail in place where you want it then we're gonna take the blue ribbon she wore in her hair and I'm gonna thread it through the elastic and mine's extra long right now we'll just cut off what we don't need ready and we're going to take this and I'm going to twist the hair and I'm going to take this string and twist it around the hair and now we're going to go ahead and twist this up and sure they want it and I'm gonna pin as I go so I'm going to use a variety of either bobby pins or hair pins and I'm going to just take them and start pinning them down as I twist this because I want it to lay pretty flat on her head and in order to do that you have to kind of twist as you go or else you end up with part of the bun sticking up I'm gonna pin this down so now we're just gonna snip off the ends of the ribbon and those will be hidden in a minute okay now we're going to go to the front and pick up a section right here in the front and begin twisting and we're gonna twist it and then just really gradually add in hair so it doesn't look like a really segmented twist we don't want it to be like an obvious place where different pieces of hair are wrapping in and the goal is to keep it right along the back of the hairline so that we're covering up that part when we create it initially and it looks like it the ponytail part just the bun part just rats right into this hair section so we're going to continue to twist and continue to twist until we've added all that hair in and then we're going to continue to twist and now we're going to take this hair and wrap it right up underneath the bottom of this bun to create another section of hair to the bun and you'll know in the movie like I went back and watched it several times that it doesn't seem to be visible ribbon in the outside twist of her bun so this is what we've done to create that effect we're just going to twist continue to pin again using hair pins or bobby pins put those down again and again continue to twist put a bobby pin right here hold that piece and try to make it look even wider and thicker than before and when you get to the end just tuck them up underneath go ahead and secure them with bobbies one time or those little Indies right there we have our bun and then you can go back and just gently pull on this to loosen it a little bit and you see how we create the effect that that just falls right into that twist when in reality it does not and then of course loosen the twist up a little like Elsa was wearing it nice and full and you're good to go okay nice here's the final Elsa's coronation hairstyle so you're the lovely twist in the bun tada it's so cute now don't forget that we have a Hidden Mickey in video so be sure to leave a comment if you find it but don't say where you found it and we hope you guys have enjoyed it and we'll see you next time bye bye guys

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