The Blue-Haired Girl is the daughter of the Blue-Haired Fairy, from Pinocchio. According to Farrah Goodfairy's diary, fairies aren't like princesses and heroes, they are magic, and the Blue-Haired Fairy's daughter from Pinocchio disappeared because she didn't want to follow her destiny, and now she's a lost memory. Without her, Cedar would never become a real girl. Farrah couldn't let that happen, she flew to Cedar, because a Fairy Godmother helps as many fairytales as possible, especially her friends.
When she was a kid, she was very excited about her wings did grew. She is a fairy godmother, and thus she is of no importance, since fairy godmothers are servants to their magic.
She has blue hair, and wings.
- Main article: The Adventures of Pinocchio
Ever After High (II)
A young Faybelle is overjoyed to find that her wings have tripled in size overnight. Faybelle's mother, the Dark Fairy, escorts her to her first fitting in Fairy Town. As fairy royalty, the residents of Fairy Town stare when they arrive, which the Dark Fairy tells Faybelle to embrace. Upon entering the shop, a blue-haired fairy, who is accompanied by a blue-haired girl, accidentally bumps into the Dark Fairy and politely apologizes, but the Dark Fairy does not respond. Faybelle tells the blue-haired girl that her wings grew, and the blue-haired girl says hers did too. After Faybelle's fitting, they leave the shop and Faybelle asks her mother about the blue-haired fairy they saw, to which the Dark Fairy tells Faybelle that she is a fairy godmother, and thus she is of no importance, since fairy godmothers are servants to their magic. Fairy's Got Talent