Is your hair ready for winter? This boho halo braid is the perfect new style to get you through the season! In this tutorial from Evie Rivera-Peterson, she shows us how to get the perfect halo braid, fit for a queen. Take a peek at the steps below and be sure to check out all of her tutorials!
STEP ONE: Apply Redken Full Frame 07 mousse throughout the hair
STEP TWO: Blow-dry hair with a round brush to create volume and texture. Follow this up with a 1-inch curling iron, pinning each section to secure them until cool.
STEP THREE: Apply Redken Braid Aid 03 to the hair to help smooth the flyaways and hold the ends together.
STEP FOUR: Create a section at the top of the head in a halo parting and continuously braid from one side to the other in a circular motion. Once finished, secure the ends with an elastic band.
STEP FIVE: After securing the braid, rouge out the sides of the braid to create a thicker look. Then secure the braids down with a few Tearsheet grip pins.
STEP SIX: Take down the sections under the halo and using a Tearsheet finishing brush, comb out the section to create vintage waves. To finish the look, spritz Redken Fashion Work 12 throughout for a pliable hold.
Hair/ Evie Rivera-Peterson
Photo/ Chris Grosser
Make-up/ Mary Davana
Wardrobe/ Colleen McCann
On set with Tearsheets