Crown braid tutorial

 Veröffentlicht am 19. Mai 2014  hair
Mai 192014
 

I’ve been making this crown braid for years. People always seem to find it fascinating, I guess mainly because it looks more complicated than it really is. Here’s how you can make one.

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I usually start with freshly washed, blow-dried hair. One of the best things about this braid is that you get awesome curls for the next day :D If your hair is still slightly damp, the curls will most likely last a little longer. I usually put in some styling mousse, blow-dry and brush my hair. I make a partition behind my right ear.

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Then I’ll just start french-braiding towards my neck, past my left ear, etc. I don’t take hair from higher than the top of my head. The idea is sort of to go around the top of my head, if that makes any sense.

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Just keep going, french-braiding away! Once you’ve made a full circle and have no more hair to add to the braid, finish the braid and fix it with one of those tiny rubber bands for hair.

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Take a few bobby pins and start attaching the braid right next to the french braid. For this particular braid I used four bobby pins. Fix with hairspray and you’re done!

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PS. This project was finished while listening to 90’s techno my husband played in the next room… Baby don’t hurt me!

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  1. No mutta sehän käy näppärästi!!

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