Crown isolation is important for adding definition to the crown of your hair. Using the techniques below, you will create a well-managed hair pattern that will isolate your crown from the defined waves in your hair pattern. Let’s get started!
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How to brush your hair using the beehive method
First, grab your hand held mirror and position yourself in front of another mirror so you can see the back of your head
Take your King Wavy soft brush and brush the back of your head, from the crown, angling downward
Now, brush from the crown to the back of the ear, which is angle two
For angle three, vertically brush your hair from the the top, front angle of your head, toward your side burns (be sure to be consistent with the same angle and brushing pattern each time)
The fourth angle will be brushing from the top right corner toward your right eyebrow
For the fifth angle the top part of your head, brush straight toward the front of your head
The sixth angle is the top left corner, brushing toward your left eyebrow
Angle seven, brush from the crown of your head, down, toward the left sideburn
Angle eight will be the back left corner, brushing down from the crown of your head downward.