Cinderella Hair Style
Every month, John takes our daughter Sylvia on a special Daddy daughter date. This month Sylvia chose to go and watch “Cinderella” the new Disney Film at the cinema. Next month they will be going to the Blackpool Tower ball room-using the “Blackpool Big Ticket” to dance the afternoon away to the Wurlitzer!
So, Sylvia spent the afternoon with me (Mummy preparing for her date). She wanted to dress up as Cinderella and go to the Ball (which is the movies). We were in luck costume wise. I bought a Cinderella dress a few years ago at a car boot sale for £2 and it’s now the perfect size. I just had to buy some bobbie pins which I got from the accessory store Claire’s
This is how we created the “Cinderella hair” look.
First we divided her hair and clipped the top section out of the way. John had to do this as I have trouble lifting my upper arms.
I then curled the remaining section of hair with the curling tongs.
Next we brushed the hair and rolled it into a french roll, leaving the pinning the curls on the top of the head. We then curled the top section, also rolling and pinning this at the top.
We used the Hello Kitty bobby pins and added two ribbons to finish off the Cinderella look. it wasn’t perfect but Sylvia was thrilled and very excited!
After finishing her hair, Sylvia put on a pair of sparkly shoes to complete her transformation. She and John then practiced dancing together before they left for her Cinderella date and movie. They had a great time.
The only disappointing thing for Sylvia (in her own words) was that her puppy Yoda had not turned into a Human so he could drive her and daddy in a carriage to Bolton!
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