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Play your favourite character with these Instagram hairstyles inspired by the series
Play your favourite character with these Instagram hairstyles inspired by the series
Play your favourite character with these Instagram hairstyles inspired by the series
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[Instahair]5 hairstyles inspired by Game of Thrones

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With their long braided hair and elaborate hairstyles, the characters from the series Game of Thrones have much to inspire us. Copy your favourite character with these 5 original styling ideas spotted on Instagram.

The Daenerys Targaryen half-up half-down hairstyle

Ice blond and wavy locks decorated with a few braids: fall in love with the Mother of Dragons' hairstyle!

To create this look, gather your hair towards the back using a hairbrush and select two large strands from either side of your face, level with the temples. Braid each of the sections to form four braids and stop plaiting before you reach the ends. Hold them in place with transparent hairbands. Then curl the rest of your hair with curling tongs to create pretty waves. All that's left for you to do now is hold the braids back using flat hairpins. A top tip? Cross them over to make sure that the hairstyle holds.

Sansa Stark's braid

Elegant and resourceful, Sansa exudes femininity but turns out to be surprisingly strong. She's a more complex character than meets the eye, just like her hairstyles!

To get this pretty two-part braid, separate your hair into three sections, keeping the largest section of hair in the centre. First, do a central inverted braid (created by crossing the middle strand underneath as opposed to over the top of the others) and stop braiding when you reach the nape of the neck. Then do a simple three-strand braid on either side, tightening them as you go. Again, stop braiding when you reach the nape of the neck. As a finishing touch, combine all of the remaining hair into one fishtail braid and loosen it slightly to create a de-styled effect.

Arya Stark's warrior hairstyle

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Arya's appeal lies in her crafty boyish nature that has her ready to draw her sword and hot-foot it at the drop of a hat. She adopts the masculine-feminine style with gusto.

To get the feisty look, opt for a half-up half-down style. Select a few fine sections - including one from either side of the face - and twist them around themselves. Then, layer them up and tie them together at the back of the head to create a tied-up style to hold back your locks. Feel free to add a jewel-style accessory or a medallion to add a feminine but not overly girly touch. To finish off the hairstyle, make the ends of your hair wavy with curling tongs to make it look like the hairstyle is never still, like the youngest Stark sibling.

Cersei Lannister's braided chignon

The Queen Mother looks incredibly regal with her blond hair enhanced by a royal chignon.

To copy this hairstyle from the south, opt for a braided version which will give you a stately Lannister-like demeanour. Start by marking out a central parting and then separate your hair into 5 random sections to create fishtail braids of varying sizes. Wrap the first braid around itself at the nape of your neck to form the base of the chignon. Then lift up all of the other braids on top of it, one by one, wrapping them around the bun in different directions to create nice volume and movement. There you have it! A hairstyle which is just as charismatic as Cersei herself!

Ygritte's wild look

With her fiery hair and temperament, this beautiful redhead melted Jon Snow's ice-cold heart. Get her irresistibly wild style with a braided half-up half-down style.

To tame your unruly locks , play with accessorised braids by firstly taking a large strand from the upper section of hair to gather it towards the back. Then start by braiding your locks, tightening as you go, and feed your hair through a hair ring mid-way down before continuing the braid. Stop the plait again just before you reach the tips to slide it through a bead and finish off the braid by tying it at the bottom. Do the same with two other sections of hair, either side of the central braid, and that's all there is to it!

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