Just in time for Christmas, another new and exciting book is being released to make every little girl’s dream a reality. Disney Princess Hairstyles: 40 Amazing Princess Hairstyles With Step by Step Images (Edda USA; October 2014; $12.95) is about to hit the bookshelves in late October. This beautifully illustrated book has 40 hairstyles inspired by 11 princesses each shown on a real life child so you can see exactly how the style would look in real life. I was offered the opportunity to preview this book and I thought I would share my thoughts with you.
Just like in DISNEY FROZEN HAIRSTYLES: Inspired by Anna and Elsa (Edda USA; October 2014; $12.95), this book is filled with vibrant pictures of your favorite princesses intertwined with photos of real life little girls. I love the combination of animated and real life pictures. It gives the book a sense of fantasy and reality all in one. This book has hairstyles inspired by multiple princesses so it’s layout is different than the aforementioned Frozen book. This book starts with Braidschool and is then divided into sections based on each individual princess, not the type of hairstyle. This layout is much more appropriate for this book and makes it easy for your little princess to head straight to her favorite character!
As I admitted in my previous book review, I am not a very good hairstylist. My sister is a hairstylist and every bit of that talented gene went to her. I am in definite need of a book like this to help me create these looks. I mean, these looks could be used with my Disney bounding ideas! This book is easy to understand and the step by step instructions, along with illustrations of each step, made me feel like I could accomplish whatever look I wanted.
The princesses portrayed in this book are Ariel, Aurora, Belle, Cinderella, Jasmine, Merida, Mulan, Pocahontas, Rapunzel, Snow White and Tiana. As you can see, this is a great mixture of classical Princesses and new Princesses. There are anywhere from 3-5 looks per princess. They range from easy to difficult, in my opinion, but with the illustrations and how to instructions are very possible to achieve. My favorite looks are Locks of the Ocean (Ariel), Belle’s Bow (Belle), Tie The Knot (Cinderella), High Ponytail (Jasmine), Flower Girl (Rapunzel) and anything from the Aurora section because they are all fabulous!
This book is a must for any little girl who loves to get dressed up in her princess dress and pretend she is one. The price is on point for an illustrated book. It will make an excellent Christmas gift, stocking stuffer or just a little something extra for that special someone. I wish this book had been around when my nieces were young. They would have adored it! Check it out in book stores later this month!
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