3 ways to do a Crown Braid

Published on August 30, 2019

In this tutorial we show you how to create three different crown/halo braids: a dutch crown braid, a double fishtail crown braid and a milk maid braid! Which one is your favourite?

the first crown braid we’re going to

show you is this classic Dutch crown

braids start by making a deep side part

and then pick up a section of hair near

the cord and split it into three equal

sections

cross the upper strand under and into

the middle and cross the bottom strand

underneath the middle add in loose hair

from above the braid to the upper strand

before crossing it under and into the

middle as well

and that Adhan loose hair to the bottom

strand before crossing it under nuns in

a metal container to bread like this

while angle the bread around the hut

if you want you can tag on the edges of

the grid for added volume

once the braid reaches the opposite ear

you want to make sure to add in all the

remaining loose hair continue to braid

normally while still angling the braid

around the Hat secure the braid with a

small clear elastic once it’s done let a

loose braid across the front of the top

of the head alongside the beginning of

the braid and pin it down Republicans

tuck and hide the ends of the braid

behind the Dutch braid

the second crown braid we’re going to

show you is this double dutch fishtail

crown braids pick up a section of hair

near the park and split it into two

equal sections break off a small piece

of hair from the upper section and cross

it under and add it to the inside of the

bottom section break off a small piece

of hair from the bottom section and

cross it under and add it to the inside

of the upper section again break up a

small piece of hair from the upper

section add in some loose hair from

above the braid before crossing it under

and adding it to the bottom section

repeat this with a bottom section break

up a small piece of hair from the bottom

section add in some loose hair from

Belov the braid before crossing it under

and adding it to the upper section

continue to braid like this while you

angle the braid around the Hat

if you want to can tack on the edges of

the bread for added volume

once the braid reaches a little past the

ear on the back of the head you want to

stop adding and loose hair and continue

to braid all the way down

secure the braid with an elastic once

it’s done pick up a small section of

hair from right beside and behind the

ends of the first braid and pray the

same as we did before so if we have to

Dutch fishtail braids in total

you want to angle the bread upwards and

around the hub

once the bridge is a little past the air

you want to make sure to add in all the

remaining loose hair bring normally

until you run out of hair and then tie

the braid up with a small clear elastic

grab the first spread at the back and

lay it along side the second bread and

pin it down with publicans grab the

second bread I’ll lay it on top of the

beginning of the first bread and pin it

in place with bobby pins hide the ends

behind the first bread and pin it in

place with bobby pins as well

the third and final krumbine we’re going

to share with you is this easy milkmaid

print pick up a large section of hair

from the top of the back of the head

twist it slightly push it up to create

volume and then pin it in place with a

couple of bobby pins

split the hair into two equal sections

at the nape of the neck

split the lap tail section into three

equal sections and braid a normal

three-strand braid that you angle

towards the right secure the braid with

a small clear elastic once it’s done

grab the remaining loose hair and braid

another three strand braid that angle

towards the left secure the braid with

an elastic on system

lay one of the Brits across the top of

the head and pin it in place with bobby

pins let the other bread across the top

of the head alongside the first one and

hide the ends of both braids behind the

other braids and pin it in place with

bobby pins

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