Introduction: Elsa's Coronation Hairstyle for American Girl Dolls

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Hello!

Today I'll be showing you how to do Elsa's coronation hairstyle (from the movie Frozen) on your American Girl doll.

You'll need:

- a wire wig brush

- a squirt bottle full of water

- 3 hair ties

- a blue ribbon

- bobby pins (optional)

- tiara (optional)

Step 1:

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As usual, brush out your doll's hair, using a squirt bottle of water to tame flyaways. Don't squirt the eyes!

Step 2:

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Divide the hair into two parts. Take a piece of hair from the top right of the head, and twist it towards yourself. Keep twisting down the head, adding sections until the nape of the neck. Tie with an elastic.

Step 3:

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Repeat step 2 on the other side of the hair, then combine the two sides.

Step 4:

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Tie the ribbon to the hair tie, and twist it around the hair. Then, twist the whole ponytail with the ribbon into a bun. Secure with a hair tie.

*Optional* Use bobby pins to further secure the bun. And add a tiara for some royal flair.

Step 5: In Conclusion

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You're done!

Feel free to ask questions, and if you do this hairstyle, I'd love to see!

If you liked it, please vote for this in the Hair contest.

For more American Girl doll fun, visit my blog, irishagdolls.wordpress.com .

Thanks for reading, bye!

<3 , IrishAG

Comments

craft-and-crochet (author)2017-06-29

I like all of your hairstyles! You're really good at it!

CC

Thanks so much! :)

<3 , IrishAG

Np! <3

DIY Hacks and How Tos (author)2016-10-03

Nice. Of course now my daughter is going to want all her dolls to have Elsa hair styles. :)

Thank you for your sweet comment, you made my day!

Awww! :)

<3 , IrishAG

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