Disney Princess Hair Book Tag

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Hello! I know that I have not been super active lately, even though I had every intention to blog regularly this summer. However, there are a few days before school starts again, so I will make the most of them! Today I am sharing my thoughts through the Disney Princess Hair Book Tag! I absolutely love Disney movies (who doesn’t?), and it’s even better when you combine them with books! Huge thank you to Rendz at Reading with Rendz for tagging me so, so long ago!! Be sure to check out her lovely blog! And now, onto the tag!

The Rules:

  • Link back to Kyera’s original post on Kyera‘s Library and Mandy’s post on Book Princess Reviews so we can see all your answers!
  • Thank the person(s) who tagged you… show the community some love! Thanks again, Rendz! 🙂
  • Obviously, come up with your own wonderful answers!
  • Don’t forget to tag others to keep the tag going!

Best Hair Accessory|Favorite Book Sidekick

Princess: The golden ring around Belle’s bun is lovely, especially in the live action movie!

Book: Iko from the Lunar Chronicles is the best sidekick for Cinder and the gang, though I doubt she would like being called a sidekick…

Biggest Hair Change|Plot Twist that Totally Caught You Off Guard

Princess: Rapunzel had the biggest hair change for sure, going from super long and blond to short and brunette.

Book: I was completely surprised by the direction Wildcard went in. It was not at all what I expected, though it was interesting.

Prettiest Updo|A Book or Author with the Most Elegant Prose

Princess: Tiana’s bun is so lovely!

Book: Tahereh Mafi has the most wonderful writing style, and I will read absolutely anything she writes! I just finished Defy Me and ahhh I love those books.

Most Bounce/Body|Book that Bounces Between Multiple Time Periods

Princess: Even though Pocahontas has straight hair, it has lots of volume!

Book: It’s been several years since I read All Our Yesterdays, and I don’t remember much from the story, but I’m pretty sure it changed between time periods! I do know I enjoyed it, though!

Most Intricate Braid|Favorite Plot with Multiple Storylines that are Woven Together

Princess: Rapunzel has the most intricate braid for sure, with so much hair and all those flowers.

Book: I have to agree with Rendz and go with The Lunar Chronicles! It brings so many stories together in such a wonderful way!

Short and Sweet|A Book that’s Short and Sweet

Princess: Snow White’s hair is definitely short, and she’s super sweet!

Book: Love From A to Z by S.K. Ali is not necessarily short, but it was definitely sweet! Plus, it discussed a lot of important topics regarding Muslims and the challenges they face in our world today.

Nicest Half-up/Half-down |A Book or Character You Had Lot’s of Ups and Downs with

Princess: Ariel has a nice half-up and half-down look!

Book: I don’t love the Renegades trilogy nearly as much as I love TLC, so I had several ups and downs with Archenemies. I actually ended up enjoying it more than I thought I would in the end!

Medium and Manageable|The Last Book you Felt Right in the Middle About

Princess: Cinderella’s hair is not too long or too short, and she can put it back while she works or into a beautiful do for the ball!

Book: Probably From Twinkle, With Love by Sandhya Menon. I adore When Dimple Met Rishi, but this one was not quite as good. I still enjoyed it, but more in a neutral sort of way.

Best Bangs|Eye-Catching Cover

Princess: Aurora has lovely bangs!

Book: Aurora Rising definitely has an eye-catching cover, and I was intrigued by it! (Hey, I chose Aurora and Aurora Rising for the same one! Totally unintentional!)

Long and Loose|Longest Book you Read this Year

Princess: Ariel always has her hair loose and flowing beautifully!

Book: At 618 pages, Obsidio is the longest. All of those pages were 100% worth it, though!

Best Pony|A Book that Swings from POV to POV

Princess: Jasmine’s ponytail is so beautiful and voluminous!

Book: Aurora Rising has 7 characters with chapters of narration. At first, I wasn’t that into this story, but the ending really made up for the beginning!

Stunningly Straight|A Book that Made You Want to Dive Straight into the Sequel

Princess: Mulan’s hair is perfectly straight!

Book: I am so excited for A Heart so Fierce and Broken, the sequel to A Curse so Dark and Lonely. I really enjoyed this book, and the end definitely made the wait more difficult.

Enviable Curls|A Book with Twists and Turns

Princess: I love Moana’s curls, and if I had curly hair I would want it like hers!

Book: I recently reread Restore Me before reading Defy Me, and man, there are so many twists and turns and reveals and crazy things going on in that book!

Hair Closest to your Own|A Book you Strongly Connected to

Princess: My hair is a medium length with a bit of wave, similar to Belle.

Book: It’s actually been a while since I found a book I really connected to, but most recently it would be Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell. I read it before going to college, and at that time I could really relate to her fears and struggles and experiences as a college freshman.

Tag, you’re it!

I tag anyone and everyone who loves Disney princesses and books!

Chat with me! Have you read any of the books I mentioned? Who are your favorite Disney princesses?

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5 thoughts on “Disney Princess Hair Book Tag

  1. This is absolutely wonderful! I loved all of your answersssss!!!!!! Whenever I visit your blog you remind me of how I need to read Archenemies still! (I had my ups and downs with this series too)
    And I am also so excited for A heart So Fierce and Broken!!!!!

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  2. I had never really looked closely at the gold clip around Belle’s bun, but you’re so right. It’s such a good accessory – and Iko is certainly my favorite sidekick. I totally agree about Aurora Rising. I definitely didn’t think I was that invested, but I was in so deep by the end – and what an ending! And speaking of space books, Obsidio was soooooooo worth it. Thanks so much for doing the tag, and I loved reading your answers!! 🙂


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