Mermaid hair is a great look for Halloween and beyond, and it's probably the easiest to put together at the last minute.
Use a comb to make a straight part in your hair from the top of one ear to the top of the other. (For now, hold the top part with a clip.)
Bubble braids are a cute and easy way to dress up any Halloween outfit, but they are especially good for making Princess Jasmine's style.
To get the look, separate your hair into a half-up, half-down ponytail and add voluminous curls.
JThese fake bobs, which look like the ones worn. were very popular in the 1920s. They were called "nervous bobs.
One of the year's most popular hairstyles is a low chignon, which can also be used as makeup hair. It's easy to wear, and you can dress it up or down based on where you're going.
"Pull your hair up into a high ponytail and spray it all over with holding spray for a mermaid-like look."
This year, micro braids have been one of the most popular hairstyles. For Halloween, try pairing the style with a Cleopatra costume, like this sultry look from a famous hairstylist.
Betty Boop's long eyelashes, cherry-red lips, and tightly curled black hair have made her a beauty icon for decades.
Next, use a style cream to smooth down any stray hairs and separate your hair into two high ponytails, leaving a few strands out in the front to use as accents.