In pigtailsIn a braidIn a bunIn a scrunchie
When she was young Elsa wore her hair in a braid, but as an adult (in the lead-up to her coronation) she wore it in a bun. Then, after running away and embracing her powers, Elsa switches back to a braid.
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Although their names aren’t listed in the film's credits, they are seen written in the Runic alphabet on their memorial stones.
The gloves were given to Elsa by her father. However, it's thought that the gloves didn't actually stop her powers from working, but acted more like a placebo since Elsa was able to freeze her hand shackles later in the film.
Elsa's coronation took place "three years later."
Purple is the traditional color of royalty, so when Elsa released her cape into the wind it can be seen as the moment where she “let go” of her responsibilities as queen.
Although Elsa’s age isn’t mentioned in Frozen, screenwriter Jennifer Lee did confirm that Elsa was 21 years old.
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During the “First Time in Forever" reprise, Anna tells Elsa that they’ll “change this winter weather” together, and Elsa screams out that she can’t as she accidentally strikes Anna.
Here’s a little trivia: Marshmallow was originally going to be a polar bear before the writers came up with the concept of using a snowman as Elsa’s bodyguard.
Elsa’s ice castle changes colors depending on her emotions. It becomes red when she’s frightened, purple when she’s sad, and amber when she’s angry.
After Anna performs an act “of true love” to save her sister, Elsa realizes that love is the key to controlling her powers. She was then able to thaw Arendelle.