We've been given multiple Beauty and the Beast clothing lines, adorable nail polishes to get ready for the upcoming premiere of Disney's live-action remake, and some insane products that show serious dedication to the film. However, in the midst of all of the excitement, we seem to have forgotten that a true look is not complete without a fabulous hairstyle, and YouTuber/makeup artist/beauty guru Jackie Wyers has us covered.
Check out this tutorial for three hairstyles inspired by Belle throughout the movie. And the best part? They build off of each other making them all super simple to master as you go!
1. Emma Watson-Inspired Half Updo
Step 1: Part the front two inches of your hair in the center and section off the two sides of hair, pulling the rest back. Add a texturizing/voluminizing spray, and use a small elastic to keep this bit of hair smooth and out of the way.
Step 2: With a big barrel curling iron, curl the front sections of your hair backward. This will help when it comes time to twist!
Step 3: Beginning with one side of your hair, gently twist the hair backward, grabbing more pieces as you move toward the back.
Step 4: Pin in place with a large clip on the back of your head, and use bobby pins to secure the twists on the side. Repeat on the opposite side of head.
Step 5: Combine the twisted sides into a mini elastic on the back of the scalp. Flip the ponytail part of the hair up and through the elastic before securing to give an extra pretty butterfly twist detail!
Step 6: Add a few undone curls to the rest of the hair to create more texture in the finished look.
2. "Village Belle" Style
Step 7: Continuing from the first style, gather the loose, bottom half of the hair in a low ponytail with an elastic.
Step 8: Spread the hair above the elastic into a hole, and pull the ponytail up and through to get a second butterfly twist.
Step 9: Fluff out the second twist, and add a bow to complete the princess-like look!
3) Bun Updo
Step 10: Wedge a headband of your choice into the already-created style so that the twists cover the sides of the band.
Step 11: Pull the elastic of the bottom ponytail slightly downward to loosen the butterfly twist.
Step 12: Pin a small bun-maker to the back of your head.
Step 13: Pull the pony tail around the bun-maker and secure loose ends around the bun with bobby pins.
Check out Jackie's full tutorial here!