Crown braids are some of my absolute favorite hairstyles ever! They are great because they are not only a heatless style but great for everyday while still being soft and feminine. For this tutorial I will be showing you how to create a french braid style crown braid, done with a milkmaid twist. By doing it this way you won’t have those odd bumps that usually show up on one side when braiding the hair in a complete circle around the head. I have yet to figure out the secret to getting that…
Winter fairy queen crown with berries, jewels and a tiny robin sitting on the side
"The sprites placed their crown on my head. I watched as their old queen turned into cherry blossom petals and was whisked away into the wind. Since the spites didn't speak I'm sure they were saying their goodbyes as their queen of the past blew away and was born again through a new tree"
@jai.marii Removed my twist. Today was wash day. All I accomplished was a light detangle & giving myself a hot oil treatment...that has currently been on my head for 50 billion hrs now. Wash day = wash days.Video is up on my channel ab these Senegalese twist. Click the link
More views of my favorite hairstyle everrrrr on @emmmbo this weekend at #wetheryans2015 wedding! She didn't want milkmaid braids where the hair in the back of the head is split in half and empty. So I merged a braided updo in the back with overlapping crown braids in the front. This hairstyle wouldn't be the same without those dainty flowers!
head sizing chart for crochet hats (newborn-adult large) Knitted or crochet caps should be made about 1" - 1 1/2" smaller around than the head circumference, as the hats should stretch and sizes are not an exact science.
I rubbed the Grow New Hair Treatment on two parts on the top of my head as well as at the back of the crown where my hair was beginning to thin as would a man’s... I did that for about a month along with all the other products, and this produced amazing thickness, shine, and looks like more new growth. Seriously, I believed all the testimonials I read here, but I must say I really don’t have words enough to describe this incredible, amazing natural product.