Get the princess look with our crown braid tutorial. We will give you a step-by-step easy guide on how to create the crown braid hairstyle. Read more for tips and tricks in braiding.
There are many different ways on how to braid your hair. But nothing can make our princess dream happen other than the crown braids. Crown braid as the name suggests is a french braid that wraps over our head that resembles a crown. This hairstyle is a favourite amongst women, from children to teens to adults. The hairstyle makes women of all ages look young and pretty. You can do a polished look for a friend’s wedding or messy braids to match your free spirit. Crown braids are very wearable on many different occasions. This hairstyle is best worn during the summer season to give that refreshing beach vibe. Or during winter to look like the ice queen. Really, you can wear this any time, any season. Want to try this easy crown braid hairstyle? Here is a complete guide on how to do a crown braid.
There are many different variations that you can do with the crown braids. You can do a dutch crown braid, twisted crown braid or even a crown braid on short hair. Half-up crown braids for a twist on the classic half-updo. But first, let us learn the basics of crown braid hairstyle.
Things you need:
Doing a crown braid only requires the simplest hair styling tools. You will need a mirror, a wide-tooth comb for detangling the hair, a fine-tooth comb for sectioning the hair and an elastic or hairpin to tie the hair at the end. To protect your hair from frizz you can apply a leave-in conditioner on your dry hair before braiding.
If you already master the art of french braiding, then this is an easy peasy task for you. It will only take a little practice to get used to braiding around your head instead of the back of your head.
Easy steps to do a crown braid:
Before styling your hair, it is important that you wash them clean with all-natural shampoo and conditioner. A clean and healthy hair is the basic and most important requirement for any good hairstyle.
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Make sure that the hair is fully dried. Apply anti-frizz serum to keep the strands in place. But if you are going for a boho look, you can skip this part.
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Using a fine-tooth comb, section the hair to be braided. Typically, the sectioning of the hair starts just behind the ear. But for thin hair, you may need to extend the section further back to have ample stands to create the crown braid.
Using a wide-tooth comb or a detangling brush, comb the section of the hair to be braided to remove the tangles.
Sweep the crown section to one side of the head. Make sure that all the hair strands are in the same direction.
Section the hair strands in three and start braiding from one side, slowly adding hair strands. Keep braiding until the other side of the ear. The braids should for a C-shape on top of the forehead framing the face.
Finish the braids until all the end of the hair strands. You can either keep the excess braids behind the ear or you can loop them at the bottom of the head. Secure with elastic or hairpins.
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Crown braid is a fun and refreshing way to style the hair. Whatever your age is, with proper styling, this hairstyle can fit you. It can be your prom hair or just a weekend getaway hairstyle. When doing any braided hairstyle, remember not to thug the hair too tight so as not to damage the hair follicles. Always keep your hair and scalp clean to keep your hair healthy and strong. There are many other ways to style your hair like french braids or dutch braids. To learn how to do dutch braids, read our How to Do a Dutch Braid at Home.