This crown braid hairstyle looks very nice. And it’s very stylish and elegant. It’s perfect both for special occasions and casual hangouts with friends.
There are different types of braids and you should know that if you want to make it perfect you should practice a little bit and be patient because it’s taking a little bit of time to get it right and perfect. Brush your hair nicely and be sure that it has some volume. Now we can get started:
Start the braid behind your right ear. Split your hair into three sections and begin a Dutch braid.
Bring the section under not crossing over. Put the left under the middle and the right under the left.
Continue braiding and adding the hair from the both sides. Curve the hair around. When you are done adding in all your hair finish in a regular braid and secure the end .
Now stretch out the braid. That way it is going to look thicker .
To complete the crown shape pin in the end inside of the braid. Add some pins under the braid to stay longer and you are DONE!
That braid is a fancy one, but when you are at home and want to have your hair out of your way while doing some chores or hanging out you should learn how to make the classic cenet French braid:
The braid strarts from the top of your forehead and moves down to your neck. Start to take small strands from the top of your forehead, three strands. Start as you are making a regular braid, but after the first crossing to the next one start adding small pieces of hair from the both left and right sides of the braid. Continue this way until you reach the neck, when you are about to make out of the hair tail a regular braid. It’s easy. The first time your French braid will not look perfect, but if you practice it you’ll master it.