Monthly Archives: July 2017

Our July giveaway winner is LANCE NICE!

Congratulations to YOUR beauty queen! Your story inspired us and we hope you and your soon to be wife have a beautiful wedding day!

If you didn’t win this month, DON’T DESPAIR! As always, we have our next monthly giveaway happening for August starting tomorrow!

Thank you to everyone who liked, commented, shared and showed support!

XOXO, Hidden Crown


Most celebrities, whether they’ve already got naturally nice locks or have fine, stringy hair, have a little help at the end of the day. While it can be pretty obvious when celebrities use extensions, many still don’t want to admit it. Here is  just a few with “their” beautiful locks…

  1. Jennifer Lopez 
  2. Chrissy Teigen
  3. Megyn Kelly 

Until next time…


Hidden Crown

Never learned how to fishtail braid? You’re not alone. And this ethereal, intricate-looking ‘do might look intimidating. But it’s important to remember that braiding is probably the simplest hair skill to master. All you really need is a pair of hands and a hair tie — no hot tools or hair products necessary.

These fishtail braid instructions are easy to understand…

Step 1

Pull hair back into a ponytail. If this is your first time trying a fishtail, start by securing your hair with a disposable clear elastic or a hair bungee.

Step 2

Divide the ponytail into two smaller, equal-sized ponytails.

Step 3

Separate a half-inch section of hair from the outside of the left ponytail.

Step 4

Pull this piece across the top of the left ponytail over to the right ponytail.

Step 5

Next, separate a half-inch section of hair from the outside of the right ponytail.

Step 6

Pull this piece across the top of the right ponytail over to the left ponytail.

Step 7

Repeat steps 3-6 until you run out of hair.

Step 8

When you’re finished braiding, secure the ends with a second elastic.

Step 9

If you used an elastic to start at the nape of the neck, cut it out. If you used a hair bungee, simply remove. Be sure to adjust the hair so that there’s no crease.


Until next time…