How to create the perfect blue wig, with our DIY guide
I don’t think I’ve ever seen a wig like the one that was made for the movie Beauty and the Beast.
The one with all the tiny beads of platinum hair that cascaded around it.
The wig was so unique and so different from the rest of the cast and crew that I couldn’t help but feel like I was in the film with them.
The wig, a purple one that’s a shade of blue, was the brainchild of two New York City-based hair stylists.
When it came time to create it, they were inspired by a photo of a young, blonde-haired Belle.
Belle was wearing a wig that she’d dyed blue.
It’s a wig made to look like a wig, but it’s really a wig with a different look.
It had a very simple, sleek look, but there were all sorts of tiny beads and gold details.
“I was inspired by the fact that she’s a blue-haired girl and I think she looked beautiful,” explained Lisa O’Brien, one of the designers.
This blue wig looks so much like Belle, O’Briens daughter, that she knew she had to do something that would look like the real thing.
The result was a wig created to replicate the look of a blue wig without having to dye it blue, as well as a miniaturized wig.
It took two years to make the wig, and it took a lot of work to create just the right amount of gold.
“When you start to look at a wig you’re like, ‘This is crazy,'” O’Connor said.
“The amount of time and effort that went into the wig is really impressive.”
I’m a bit of a wig fanatic.
In addition to the purple wig, Ollman and O’Brian created a wig for the character of Ariel in the movie The Little Mermaid.
Ariel is a blue haired, blue-eyed princess.
Ollmans sister, Jennifer O’Neill, was also a huge fan of the movie and was the inspiration behind the purple one.
“I just started researching this project and realized that Ariel is blue and blue-headed and that blue hair is a very beautiful color,” O’Reilly said.
After much deliberation, Ollimans sister and Ollon’s friend, actress Jennifer Garner, decided to wear a blue hair wig instead of the purple.
Ollmans mother, Mary O’Connell, a Broadway legend, also wore a blue hairstyle.
“My mother had worn a wig before,” Ollons sister told The Atlantic.
“And she wore a wig all her life.
It was a great inspiration.”
But for some reason, the purple hair wig never caught on.
In addition to not getting enough fans, the wig was never considered by the producers, who were more interested in the blue hair hair wig.
“We did have conversations with the producers about the wig being the last thing on the shortlist,” Ollimann said.
They told Ollmons sister that she was going to be the only one wearing the purple head wig.
Olliman and her sister ended up choosing a purple wig for their daughter.
When it came to the wig itself, Olinmans sister told O’Leary that the color is a mix of yellow and blue.
But the wig didn’t come without its critics.
“One person called it ‘fancy, tacky and tacky’,” Ollney said.
“They just called it something like a Barbie wig, which is a horrible insult to women and to anyone who wears a wig.”
“The wig was a little bit too expensive for the cast,” Oellomans sister added.
As the months went by, OLLMANS sister began to think about how to make a wig out of a cheap, plastic item.
“It just felt like a waste of money, because the wig had such a strong appeal for the audience,” OLLMAIDS sister said.
That appeal didn’t stop Ollllmans sisters sister from continuing to pursue the wig.
“I think the first time I bought a wig was for my sister, who was going through a bad divorce,” Orellmans sister said with a laugh.
“She wanted something that was so glamorous, and that was something I had to be like.
I had all these other things I wanted to do, but I just had to wear the wig.”