When you want to pull your hair out of your face, consider crown braids. Crown braids are simple and elegant. Every woman with medium-to long locks can create a crown braid. However this incredible updo comes in various shapes and shades. You can achieve it using a French Dutch and fishtail braid. The best part about crown braids is that you can pair them with various elements or fancy designs. View our gallery of crown braids for 2017 and make sure to choose the best style for you.Simple Crown Braid
Let’s start with a simple style like this. It is a straightforward hairdo that requires several minutes to re-create. It is a Dutch braid but if you are not good at it, try a fishtail or any other braid that you are familiar with. So, you should create one that wraps around your head and finishes in a simple knot at the back of the head. Keep your bobby pins ready, as you will need to secure your bun.Half up half Down Fishtail Crown
There is nothing feminine rather than a fishtail crown braid that is styled in a half up half down pattern. If you know how to create a fishtail then it is an easiest style to achieve. So, you should introduce some fishtail braids that start from the center part and wraps at the back of the head before finishing on the other side. You can leave some tendrils at the front for a flirty vibe.Crown Hairstyle with Side Swept Bangs
Fringe is bonus for crown braided hairdos. Bangs or fringe may conceal some imperfections while bringing out the best of the features. In this picture you can see that a crown braid has been paired with side bangs to give the face a visual roundness. Feminine highlights and lowlights accentuate the braid while enhancing the entire look of this model.Loose Fishtail Braid
If you want to have a crown braid that is pretty thick, create it loose instead of tight one. This charming fishtail braid looks cool and effortless. Keep in your mind that you should weave your fishtail loosely for a feminine touch. Apart from the braid, hair color also can upgrade the overall look and provide a better look. Twisted Crown
Everyone can create a rope twist regardless of her abilities to style the locks. Rope twist doesn’t require special skill to achieve. This style comes from creating a twist that starts at the front and wraps around the head. However it doesn’t incorporate all the strands. We can see some flyway tendrils at the front that add a soft touch to the style.