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Leeza's stylist shows you how to do a halo braid

Leeza's personal hairstylist Dean Banowetz shares his best tips on how to make a quick and easy halo braid—one of the hottest hairstyles.

The best thing to do is just mix it up and remember the messier it is, the sexier it looks. All you need to do is a quick little braid. You can even put a ribbon in the braid. Distress the braids by messing them up a little bit and pulling a couple of pieces of hair out of them.

Dean says that he loves using hairpins and bobby pins. The wider ones are hairpins and the tighter ones are bobby pins. Just take the braid and wrap it around the front and secure it with a bobby pin. 

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