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The tiara braid
The tiara braid
The tiara braid
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The tiara braid

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The braid is one of the most romantic hairstyles there is, and is constantly evolving from season to season. After the crown braids of this summer, this season it’s all about the tiara braid. Try it now!
 
Who can wear it? The tiara braid is romantic and chic, but it’s not just for hopeless romantics! This hairstyle is great for adding a casual, bohemian touch to any day-to-day look. The good thing about this braid is that you don’t have to have knee-length hair to make it work; unlike the braided crown which had to go all the way around your head! Short, mid-length or long hair, the tiara braid is perfect for you.
 
Create the tiara braid. Before you start, you need to give your hair texture so that the style stays in place! To do this, apply a texturizing powder to dry hair. This will also make it easier to style. Next, brush your hair and pull it to one side (your choice). Take out a fairly thick piece of hair and put the rest into a low, tousled chignon. Starting at the roots, near your temple, braid your hair all the way down to the ends. For a slightly relaxed braid, don’t pull it too tight or too close to your head. If you put the rest of your hair in a chignon, secure the braid in or around it. If you simply tied your hair up, roll the end of the braid around the hair band or simply secure in your hair using hair grips. For a bit of variety, why not try a tiara braid with a two-strand braid or a twist.
 
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