Crown hair: 10 stylish braided looks

Amra | 14 September 2018
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Braided crown hair is only a click away…

There’s a new braided updo in town! And, if you’re looking for a fresh way to style your hair for the season ahead, you should get acquainted with the crown hair trend everyone’s obsessing over.

Once you’ve mastered how to create a braided crown hairstyle (with the help of our handy tutorial), you’ll want to see the 10 different ways you can incorporate crown braid hairstyles into your mane life, below.



Crown hair: 10 styles that’ll instantly update your hair wardrobe



 

Crown hair: Close up shot of a woman with chestnut brown hair styled into a crown braid, complete with a hair scarf accessory
Adding a scarf to your crown hair will take it to the next level. Credit: Instagram.com/stylinglikesteph

1. Crown hair with scarf

The main reason we love crown braid hairstyles is that they’re so many ways you can rock them! Try pairing your complete crown braid with a scarf to fast forward your work style game. Credit: @stylinglikesteph

Crown hair: Close up shot of a woman with dirty blonde hair styled into a Dutch fishtail crown braid
Let us introduce you to your new obsession: the Dutch fishtail crown. Credit: Instagram.com/missysueblog

2. Dutch fishtail crown

Are you a fan of Dutch braids? Then you’ll have a whale of time fashioning your mane into this Dutch fishtail crown braid.

Leaving out some tendrils at the front will amp up the romantic vibes and make it the perfect style to wear to weddings or date nights. Credit: @missysueblog

TONI&GUY Flexible Hold Braid Balm

Editor’s tip: Your crown braid hairstyles will always look selfie-ready if you use the TONI&GUY Flexible Hold Braid Balm to create them.

Suitable to use on both wet and dry strands, this balm gives flexible hold and provides your plait with added structure.

Crown hair: Close up shot of a woman with golden blonde hair styled into a rope twisted crown braid
You can twist your way to the perfect crown hair look. Credit: Instagram.com/megankeeverhair

3. Crown twisted updo

Struggle with braiding? You can still create this lovely braided crown hairstyle by dividing your hair into two sections and twisting them. It’s easier than braiding but still looks great. Credit: @megankeeverhair

Crown hair: Close up shot of a woman with dark brown hair styled into a high crown braid with tendrils left out at the front, wearing denim and posing in a studio setting
Pancaking your braids will make them look this fuller. Credit: Instagram.com/brittsully

4. Messy crown hair

Major #hairgoals right here, especially if you’re after a style that’ll allow you to channel off-duty vibes.

To get the look spot on, you’ll need to pancake your braid to create the illusion of a thicker plait. So, gently pull apart each section of your plait to make it looser and messy, and watch as your hair instantly becomes Pinterest-worthy. Credit: @brittsully

Crown hair: Close up shot of a woman with her dark natural hair styled into a crown braid
Goddess status hair can be yours. Credit: Verity Jane Smith

5. Crown braid on natural hair

Another reason we adore crown braid hairstyles? They’re protective and can help keep your mane looking on-point 24-7, making them an ideal style for ladies with natural hair.

Now, there’s no need to wait: you can recreate a similar, stunning crown hair look with our easy tutorial, here.

Crown hair: Back shot of a woman with dark brown to silver ombre styled into a half up crown braid
There’s nothing wrong with looking like you’ve stepped out of a fairy tale. Credit: Instagram.com/whatlydialikes

6. Half-up, pull-through crown braid

Channelling boho vibes will be easy with this half-up pull through crown hairstyle around. The best part? Like the twisted crown, you don’t need to be a plait pro to get this gorgeous half-up look. Credit: @whatlydialikes

Recommended read: Half-up, half-down hairstyles perfect for all occasions.

Crown hair: Close up shot of a woman with long dark brown hair with blonde ombre styled into a messy half-up, half-down crown, wearing a red top and posing outside
This half-up, half-down crown is great for second day hair.

7. Half-up fishtail crown hair

This effortless (and festival-ready) half-up fishtail crown braid looks fantastic on Rapunzel tresses that have a touch of ombre or balayage done on them.

VO5 Dry Texturising Spray

Editor’s tip: When it comes to creating textured crown braid hairstyles, like this one, the VO5 Dry Texturising Spray is all you need to use to get the roughed-up effect this look requires.

Crown hair: Close up shot of a woman with dirty blonde hair with a crown braided headband with glitter sprinkled on it
Don’t have a headband lying around? Try this! Credit: Instagram.com/scunci_hair

8. Headband

You know in the spot you’d usually place a headband? You should weave a crown hair plait there, instead! Doing so will subtly give your go-to look a new feel, all without you having to spend ages on your hair. Credit: @scunci_hair

Crown hair: Close up shot of a woman with dark brown hair with caramel highlights styled into a crown braided side plait
Which side will you pick? Credit: Instagram.com/stephi_z_

9. Side braid

Meet the modern version of Princess Jasmine’s hairstyle: the side crown braid. This pretty braid is all you need to make you feel put together, no matter the occasion. Did we forget to mention it won’t need any touching up because its practically budge-proof?  Credit: @stephi_z_

Crown hair: Close up shot of a woman with golden blonde hair styled into crown, complete with babys breath flowers
Once you see how pretty crown braid hairstyles look with flowers, you’ll be sold. Credit: Instagram.com/amythepro

10. Crown hairstyle with flowers

If anyone knows how to make a statement, it’s this beauty. Team your braided crown hairstyle with baby’s breath flowers to mimic this ethereal look and get ready to make an unforgettable entrance.  Credit: @amythepro

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