10 great Halloween hair tutorials

Not sure what to be for Halloween? Why not start with the fun part? We’re talking about your hair! These festive Halloween hair tutorials are a great jumping-off point for some awesome costumes.

Rosie the Riveter (via The Freckled Fox):

Rosie the Riveter

This slight variation on Rosie’s classic ’do is a breeze to pull together.

Minnie Mouse (via Giselle Ugarte on YouTube):

You’ll be the Queen of Halloween with this look. You’re basically making Minnie’s ears out of your hair – so cool!

Medusa (via The Joy of Fashion):


Pinning rubber snakes to your hair for that Medusa look? Genius!

Princess Elsa (via Twist Me Pretty):

Princess Elsa

Who wouldn’t want to go as everyone’s favourite Disney princess? Bonus: Once you’ve mastered this Elsa braid, you’ll be able to wear your hair that way all the time!

Princess Leia (via taniathepirate on YouTube):

This video contains a whopping five different Princess Leia hair tutorials – perfect for die-hard Star Wars buffs.

Frida Kahlo (via Refinery29):

Frida Kahlo

A lot of the time when girls dress as Frida Kahlo, they focus so much on perfecting that eyebrow that they forget a major component – her intricately braided hair. Show those other Fridas at the Halloween party who’s boss!

The Queen of Hearts (via Adele Campbell on YouTube):

Yes, you really can get your hair to stay in a heart shape!

Pippi Longstocking (via Make):

Pippi Longstocking

The secret to achieving that gravity-defying hair? Hidden wire!

Flapper (via Cosmopolitan):


Fun fact: you can achieve the look of a bob without actually chopping your hair. Which is good, because who is that devoted to their Halloween costume?

Cinderella (via Kayley Melissa on YouTube):

Who knew that scoring an updo worthy of royalty was this easy?

For more costume inspo, check out these great posts:

The 10 best celebrity Halloween costumes ever

4 super easy DIY Halloween costumes

10 awesome Halloween makeup tutorials

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