Belle of the Ball Updo from Heather Chapman, Inspired by "Beauty and the Beast"

Anne Moratto | April 11, 2017 | 10:20 AM
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Spring means weddings, proms, and this year it also means the recent release of the Beauty and the Beast live action movie. According to Pravana, clients of all ages are looking to replicate Belle’s iconic up-do from the majestic ballroom scene.

Styling queen Heather Chapman recreated this using Pravana's gluten-free, vegan styling products Super Shape Hair Spray for touchable, all-day hold, Lived-In Powder Potion for texture, and Hydra Pearl Replenishing Oil to tame flyways and add long-lasting shine. Watch the video here to see how she did it! 

And for preserving a beautiful Belle-like brunette, Pravana offers THE PERFECT BRUNETTE Blue-Green Toning Regimen,  This blue-green toning complex eliminates orange/red brassy tones to reveal beautiful, brunette shades. 


Stylist: Heather Chapman @heatherchapmanhair

Videographer: Huck Hinshaw @pleasantlycavingin

Photographer: Johnny Juarez

Makeup: Suzie Kim @suziekmakeup

Wardrobe: Caisa Airmet @caisadilla

Model: Mariah Armknecht @mariaharmknecht



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