Elsa Coronation Hair from Frozen (Disney) is a great hairstyle for everyday!

I am obsessed with the look and love how big the twist is on Elsa herself! I loved both Anna and Elsa from the film, Frozen, and love how the movie turned out at the end when Elsa unfreezes Anna.  Not to mention how glad I was when Kristoff won out in the end. I think my favorite character though had to be Olaf and I definitely loved Sven! It is so hard to choose! I may just need to go watch the movie again!

In case you missed it, see the Frozen Elsa Braid Remix too!

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Here are the quick steps to achieving the style:

  1. Begin by parting the hair in a deep side part on the right side of the head.
  2. Take a section of hair along the part on the heavy side.
  3. Separate this section into two halves.
  4. Cross the strand closest to the face over the other strand.
  5. Now twists the strands once more.
  6. Take a slice of hair directly behind the twist and bring it forward towards the face.
  7. Add it into the strand that is in the right hand, closest to the face.
  8. Now twist this strand over the other so they have swapped places.
  9. Repeat step 6, bringing in another section of hair and adding it to the strand closest to the face.
  10. Cross the strands once more creating another twist.
  11. Continue this way until all the hair has been twisted together.
  12. Place the hair into a ponytail at the nape of the neck.
  13. Twist the ponytail and gently loosen the sides to create a messy twist.
  14. Wrap the hair around the base of the ponytail and pin it in place.
  15. Finish with some hairspray to smooth down flyaways.
  16. Done!



Frozen Elsa Braid remix is a fresh spinoff from the braid featured in the film.

Elsa is the Snow Queen of Arendelle in Disney’s 2013 animated feature film Frozen. She is the older sister of Princess Anna and was next in line for Arendelle’s throne, until her powers over ice and snow led her to become the famous Snow Queen, ruler of winter.

It took me ages to finally see the movie. People were raving about it when it first came out and now that I am an adult it takes me quite a bit longer to see animated films. Of course, Disney never disappoints and Frozen is another great movie to add on my shelf.


Here are the quick steps to achieving the remixed style:

  1. Begin by separating the top section into pieces and back combing each piece. This will add height to the top of the braid.
  2. Next, take a section of hair from the top of the ears.
  3. Cross the left half over the right half, then cross them over each other once more creating a twist.
  4. Slide in a hair pin to hold the twist in place.
  5. Take another section of hair below the first; as in step 2
  6. Repeat step 3 but cross the right half over the left and twist once more.
  7. Hold the twist in place with another pin or two.
  8. Repeat steps 2-4 once more with the last section of hair.
  9. Now braid the rest of the hair down into a regular braid.
  10. Secure the end with a hair elastic.
  11. Gently pull on the sides of the braid to loosen it and rest it over your shoulder like Elsa!



A fishtail french braid is the new dutch braid and a fresh fix from the traditional french braid.

Mixing things up and wearing a fishtail braid is a perfect step this Spring. The fishtail braid is a modern twist on the classic braid. Create a tight braid for an ultra-chic look or wear it loose for a more carefree feel.

Luckily, a fishtail braid is easy to do and this quick tutorial will show you the basic technique in less than 2 minutes! Then check out the video below to see how to turn it into a fab french braided fishtail!french-braid-fishtail.png

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Follow these simple steps for a flawless fishtail braid.

  1. Begin by taking a section of hair near the part on the heavy side
  2. Divide that hair into two halves.
  3. Take a small piece from the edge of the right side, cross it over the top, and add it to the left side.
  4. Now do the same for the left side, crossing it over the top and adding it to the right side.
  5. Now repeat step three but after crossing the strand over the top, add in a section of hair from that side of the head.
  6. Repeat these steps until you reach the top of the ear then begin pulling in hair from the opposite side of the head, stretching it around the back, and adding it into the braid.
  7. When all the hair is pulled in, finish with a regular fishtail braid.
  8. Gently loosen the braid by pulling out the edges.
  9. Tie off the end with a clear elastic band and add a pretty hair clip to finish it off.

Fishtail French Braid

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Tuck and Cover Gatsby Style | MissySue.com Tuck and Cover Gatsby Style | MissySue.comThe Tuck and Cover (video tutorial) now has a new version, the Tuck and Cover Great Gatsby style! This is such a fun hairstyle and easy to do! If you love this look be sure and check out the Tuck and Cover Half too!

Over the weekend I was out shopping and spotted a girl in Forever21 sporting the hairstyle. It always looks so darn cute and I love seeing it in so many different places. While I was there I spotted this adorable headband and couldn’t help but purchase it for a new hairstyle post. As I was playing around with the headband in my bathroom I started randomly tucking my hair into it and before I knew it this hairstyle was created!

This look is super easy to do and all you need is a really fun headband.

Follow these quick steps to achieve the style:

1 / Place the headband over the head, lining the front up with your hairline.

2 / Grab the hair directly in front of your right ear and wrap it around the band so the ends hang back down again.

3 / Combine this with the hair directly next to it and wrap it around the band again as in step 2.

4 / Now, take the next section of hair, bringing it up towards the band but instead of tucking it in simply hold it over the band.

5 / Then, take the remaining hair and push it all up towards the band forming a clump or ball shape.

6 / Push the hair down so it tucks into the band but the ends remain sticking out.

7 / Pull down a few pieces on the side so it has a more asymmetrical feel and covers the left ear.

8 / Gently pull the hair on top to loosen it slightly.

Done! Now you can wear the Tuck and Cover Great Gatsby style with that 1920’s flair!

If you are new to MissySue, you will love the other versions of this hairstyle.

Original Tuck and Cover

Tuck and Cover Video Tutorial

Tuck and Cover Half

Tuck and Cover Great Gatsby Style

Tuck and Cover French Braid

Tuck and Cover French Braid Video Tutorial