Hairstyling is a hobby that can be therapeutic. It is one way to be creative with your hair even when you’re staying at home. And if you love braids, you’ll enjoy creating this crown braid hairstyle.
Braids are perfect for summer. Whether you create a simple side braid or an elaborate hairstyle, you’ll definitely look fresh and feel presko. The crown braid is no exception. In fact, it is simple yet it adds oomph and a Greek goddess-like vibe to your summer look. Ready to try it? Read on t learn how to make this ‘do.
Crown Braid: A Tutorial on this Greek Goddess Look
Prep your hair
Always start with clean hair whenever you’re creating any hairstyle. If you often braid your hair, you might notice falling strands every time you take off your hair tie or unravel your braid. to reduce hairfall, use Dove Hairfall Rescue Shampoo and Dove Hairfall Rescue Conditioner to help make your hair more resistant to breakage.
Part your hair
Create a center part and clip the front sections of your hair. These will frame your face once your crown braid is done.
Extend the part
Divide the back sections into two vertical sections. The parting doesn’t need to be perfect as long as it’s in the middle.
Put the right section in a Dutch braid. Start on the area above your nape and braid your hair upward. Add more hair to the braid as you go along.
#Tip: Tilt your head forward so that you can create your crown braid more easily.
Continue making the Dutch braid even as it crosses over to the other side of your head. This is exactly how your crown braid will be formed.
Braid until the tips
Continue braiding your hair until you reach the tips, then secure it with an elastic band.
#Tip: To make your braid look thicker and more voluminous, pull the sides gently.
Secure the ends
Add more bobby pins to make sure that your crown braid is in place. Keep bobby pins discreet.
Finish by spritzing TRESemmé Salon Finish Extra Hold Hairspray. This spray has a humidity-resistant formula, so your braid stays up for a long time.
Summer is always perfect for braids and updos, and what better way to combine both than by creating a crown braid. You can even do this on second-day hair! Now, you can beat the heat in style with this ‘do.