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How to Wear a Floral Crown This Spring

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How to Wear a Floral Crown This Spring How to Wear a Floral Crown This Spring How to Wear a Floral Crown This Spring

Spring’s officially in full bloom—and the season has us feeling very floral. Whether you’re more of a festival girl or fairy chic, adding a floral crown to any hairstyle can take the look from tame to trendy. Embrace the flower power this season—while procuring your spot as queen bee, simply by adorning yourself with a few flowers. It’s time to rock a floral crown, and here’s how.

How to Wear a Floral Crown with Wavy Hair

Wavy hair + floral crown = totally boho vibe. Give hair body and motion by adding waves and finishing with a tulip tiara. No more shrinking violet—you’ll surely make waves with this style.

Get the look by following these simple steps:

Step 1: Apply mousse. Work a foam mousse through strands to help give your strands some bounce. Try the L’Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle BOOST IT Air-Whipped Densifying Foam.

Step 2: Make waves. Use a curling wand to help create shape. Wrap pieces of hair around the barrel and alternate between curling towards and away from your face for better blending.

Step 3: Finger comb curls. Once you’ve allowed pieces to cool, drag fingers through to break up coils and get a natural, piece-y look.

How to Wear a Floral Crown with Straight Hair

For a style that will look completely ethereal when coupled with a crown, go super-straight. No crimps or kinks—just silky, sleek hair. Finishing with a touch of floral festiveness transforms into an appropriately springtime look.

Get the look by following these simple steps:

Step 1: Use a heat protectant. Spray the L’Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle SLEEK IT Iron Straight Heatspray onto sections for heat protection at up to 450 degrees.

Step 2: Straighten your hair. Run a flat iron through dry hair, pulling pieces taut. Continue flat ironing until your tresses are strikingly smooth.

How to Wear a Floral Crown with an Updo

Every little girl fancies fairytales and dreams of becoming a princess. It’s a fantasy you may have resigned with age, but that’s no reason not to indulge in a pixie vibe every once in a while. Make a polished bun the base for your crown and voila—enchanted elegance.

Get the look by following these simple steps:

Step 1: Make a ponytail. Gather all of your hair as if creating a high pony.

Step 2: Bend into a bun. Twist into a spiral, wrapping around the base of the ponytail.

Step 3: Secure with a hair tie. Hold in place with a strong hair band.

How to Wear a Floral Crown with Braids

Nip boring braids in the bud by decorating with a floral headpiece. Take fun and flirty to the max by pairing playful plaits with a crown. Style hair in two fishtail braids for a mane that can withstand music festival life—and leave you photo op ready.

Get the look by following these simple steps:

Step 1: Spritz with a texturizer. Apply a texturizing spray to help add grit before you start styling.

Step 2: Section off hair. Split hair into two sections, pulling them in front of your shoulders. Separate each new section into two.

Step 3: Braid. Focus on one half of your head. Take a piece of hair from the outside edge of one section and add it to the inside edge of the other. Keep adding pieces from one section to the other, swapping back and forth until you’ve reached the end of your hair.

Step 4: Repeat. Braid the hair on the opposite side of your head.

Step 5: Add elastics. Tie off the ends with invisible clear bands.

Step 6: Gently pull apart. Strategically tug at the braids for an undone, tousled appearance.

How to Keep Your Floral Crown in Place

Give your sensational new style the royal treatment by properly affixing your horticultural halo. Once you’ve topped your tresses, remember nothing’s worse than losing your crowning achievement. After placing your floral crown on your head, spray a few bobby pins with the L’Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle Lock It Bold Control Hairspray to cover pins and help add some extra grip. Insert the pins into your hair with the grooved side facing down, making sure they’re holding onto both a piece of hair and a part of the crown.