Exotic Princess Jasmine from the 1992 film, Aladdin, wore her long and voluminous hair loosely with ties around the pony tail. You could recreate her iconic look with volume on top and a full ponytail, adorned with a crown, band or fresh flowers to frame your face.
Cinderella had many famous looks – her most beloved being the one she wore to the infamous ball, that time she left her shoe behind. A high up-do is a must to recreate her look, complete with a side-swept fringe and, of course, a tiara.
The Little Mermaid’s Ariel, who left fans longing not just to be a mermaid but for long, flowing hair like hers, is one of the easier Disney princess looks to recreate. Think long, smooth locks in loose waves that tumble over the shoulders, adorned with a natural accessory like a flower crown or accessory with freshwater pearls.
Belle was one bad-ass Disney princess, and her hair styles were often badass too. From practical low pony tails finished off with a bow to a half up-half down look that doesn’t hide your face, there’s plenty to be inspired by thanks to Beauty and the Beast.
Pocahontas’s hair is so famous that it’s still used as a reference for long, dark hair today, more than 20 years after its release. Also famous is the braid she sports in the film, which is a beautiful choice of hair for a wedding, especially for those brides who prefer to keep their hair neatly, and beautifully, tucked away from their face.