Crowns or tiaras are a common accessory to hairstyles when it comes to events such as dances, weddings, beauty pageants and Halloween. The hairstyles tend to be simple, because more complicated hairstyles compete with the tiara for attention. A variety of crowns exist--crystal, pearl, rhinestone and plastic, and they come in a variety of colors. A crown can be worn by a woman of any age or a little girl. It can add a touch of elegance and royalty to the right hairstyle.
If you have longer hair, you can curl it with a curling iron or rollers. Gather the front of the hair and pin it to the crown of the head with small pins. Pin some of the curls to top of the head for extra elegance. Place the tiara in front of the pinned curls. The remaining curls cascade to the shoulders.
Updos are sleek and sophisticated and work best with straight, medium-length or long hair. Gather the hair to the top of the head in sections, twisting it and pinning in place. The hair must be pinned to the head tightly to secure the hairstyle. The crown is placed toward the front of the head or directly in front of the updo.
This works best with longer hair, which can be achieved with extensions and clip-ons. Curl the hair and pin it to one side of the head at the nape of the neck. Place the tiara on the crown of the head.