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Weekend 'do: Dianna Agron's halo braid from the SAG awards


 
Looking for another one of those versatile 'dos you can work for day or night?  Take a tip from Dianna Agron and snag her look from the Screen Actors Guild Awards a few days ago.  It’s perf for going from school to a date night with your crush, or from practice to the movies with your girls. Yeah, fishtails may seem a li'l tricky, but if you follow our step-by-step guide here, you’ll have it down in a jiff!


1. Pull your hair back, and tie it off, leaving the front face-framing sections loose. You can braid the strands from right to left or left to right, whichever side proves to be more easily done. Divide the loose hair into two sections.


2. Take a thin strand of hair from the outside of the front section, just above the ear. Pull this strand over the first section, and add it under the second section on the other side. Over and under, kind of like tying your shoelaces, working around your face so that the braid forms a halo.

 

3. The skinnier the strand you use, the more intricate the braid.  For this style, Agron wears it a tad bit more loosely, so feel free to avoid using a super skinny portion that may be difficult for a beginner to work with.


4. Keep repeating the steps until you reach your other ear. Tie off the braid with a clear elastic and pin the tail down.


5. Pull the rest of your hair up into a loose bun at the back of your head. Loosely tug a few pieces so that you achieve that fuzzy, messy-on-purpose look. Finish with a spritz of hairspray.

BY JORDAN SARNOVSKY ON 2/3/2012 12:00:00 AM

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