Freshman Saffron Eugea demonstrates how to do a braided crown using seventh grader Camila Caro as her model. Eugea explains what you need to do to achieve the braided crown. " I like doing hair," junior Chandra Rice said. "Being able to try new things is awesome and a great challenge."
“Be a Queen”
How to do a “Crown/Halo Braid” (Photos By Tyler Cox)
Step 1 Split your hair with a deep part to one side and split it into 3 pieces
Step 2 number the 3 pieces from 1 to 3 starting from the front of your head going back, and place 3 under 2, then 1 under the new 2.
Step 3 before you cross the new 3 under the new 2 add a strand of hair to 3
Step 4 continue this pattern around to the nip of your neck
Step 5 begin to angle your braid up wards toward the top of your head
Step 6 finish off the braid and pin it in place with a few bobby pins