Summer Beauty Tips and Secrets

6 Easy Braided Hair Looks

Braids are a wish come true for long and short cuts alike. Try one of these easy grown-up twists.  

Model wearing a braided halo hairstyle
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Braided Halo

Separate the upper portion of medium-length to long hair (from temples to crown) and temporarily clip it atop your head. Take a small section at each temple and tightly French-braid it, working back toward your crown; secure each braid with a clear elastic. Next, unclip the hair at your crown. Use one hand to hold this section up and the other to tease it at the roots with a fine-tooth comb, making a little pouf. Gently smooth over the teased portion with a paddle brush. Then anchor the braids to the bottom of the pouf with bobby pins.

 

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