Diane Kruger's Barely There Braids
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There's nothing worse than fussing over a difficult look when the temperature is rising. Twisting and braiding portions of the hair rather than the whole mass is a quick alternative to painstaking styles. To create this style, Kruger's hairstylist Richard Marin advises spraying a texturizing spray onto damp hair, and letting it air dry. "Add loose curls to your ends with a curling iron like the Remington Ceramic Curling Wand
, then shake your hair to allow some the waves to frame your face," Marin said. "Add a braid or two in random areas to add texture, and finish the look with a spritz of texturizer instead of hairspray to keep hair loose and carefree."