Halo Headlights & Fogs

What are halo headlights? Halo projector headlights are an aftermarket alternative to regular reflector headlights. They not only focus better due to built-in lenses, but they also look different and add that custom look to a vehicle. Custom halo headlights may feature a clear or tinted lens, chrome-plated or black background, and one or two glowing halo rings inside. Quite often halo headlights feature LED accents or an LED strip that are wired as DRLs for a custom effect. Halo rings, also called ‘Angel eyes’ can be wired to DRLs, high or low beam, or to fog lights.

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Halo Headlights and Fog

So, what are the best halo projector headlights? The best halo projector lights feature a quality projector lens that allows focusing the light output of a halogen or xenon bulb that is used for high or low beams. Note, that if your car uses factory HID bulbs, the aftermarket headlights to work with it should be marked as ones that can work with HIDs. Otherwise, the lights will not only focus wrong but may also melt due to higher operating temperature. So, the best halo headlights for your vehicle should not only have the design you like but also should be designed to work with the bulbs you’ve got.

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Now, let’s see, what are the brightest halo projector headlights. There are three main types of halo rings: CCFL, LED, and plasma. It’s hard to say, which of these three is the best. So we recommend picking the lights based on the way they look when they operate. LED halos may look dotted. Some like this look, some don’t. CCFL halos give an even glow, yet there is a metal element on each halo. Plasma halo lights employ the latest technology in the headlight industry, yet such lights are available not for every vehicle application. So our recommendation is to study the technical specs of the lights you are interested in, and we’ll gladly help you with that!

certified mechanic at Halo HeadlightsSteven is a certified mechanic and technical writer at Halo Headlights. Steven is excited about fast cars, loud music, and car mods. On yearly basis, he visits SEMA, as well as other car shows. He has installed thousands of HID and LED kits and did hundreds of custom headlight retrofit projects. Now, he is ready to share his experience with Halo-Headlights.com readers. If you have questions for Steven, just ask your question using the form.

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Halo Headlights & Fog
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 by Stephen
Location (Sity, State): Houston, TX
Vehicle: 2009 F-150

I am a big fan of that sharp BMW look, and even though I mainly drive trucks, I always keep upgrading my lights to aftermarket ones right away. This way, the truck looks more aggressive. Also, it differs from hundreds of other F-150s on the roads. At the moment I have headlights by Anzo and tail lights (LEDs) by Spec-D

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15 Comments to “ Halo Headlights & Fogs”

  1. Lanz says :Reply

    I was looking for headlights for my 1965 Chevy c10 truck ,I want a brighter light with high & low beam 7 inches & would like for them to hook up same as my old lights what do you have ?

  2. Glenn Allen says :Reply

    looking for headlights for a 1968 Chevelle need a set with four lights high and low beam that I can plug in as if they are original stock lights.5 inches

    1. Susan Andrews says :Reply

      Hi there, try out these Philips sealed beam headlights: Link. Note, that they are sealed beams (not serviceable).

  3. Daryl Shipman says :Reply

    Do you offer 70mm angel eye halo rings that are waterproof and suitable for exterior installation? I want to attach them to the surface of my fog lights. Thanks.

    1. Susan Andrews says :Reply

      Hey Daryl,
      here are 2 good options that I can recommend:
      ZXreek 70 mm halo rings (waterproof);
      Grandview halo rings, 1 pair, 70 mm, waterproof.
      PS – I’ve seen them in person.

  4. Antoine McPhee says :Reply

    Hello. I’m looking for some halo headlights and possible taillights for my 1998 Suzuki Esteem/Baleno. Do you guys have anything available I cant seem to find none anywhere?

    1. Susan Andrews says :Reply

      Hey there,

      It seems like the major manufacturers of aftermarket headlights and tail lights (Spyder, Spec-D, Anzo) do not offer custom solutions for your Suzuki. However, you can try out a custom project. Just pick a pair of OE headlights from eBay or local junk yard, remove the plastic lens by heating the headlight. Next, you can add a set of custom halo rings, LED strips, LED accents or think of the other things you may wish to add. Also, you may want to paint the inner part of the light with a black spray paint (make sure to select the paint that is resistant to temperatures). But do not paint the actual reflectors. When you do all the installation, use black or clear silicone sealant to put the transparent plastic lens back in place.

      Hope this helps!

  5. Pat Zsombor says :Reply

    I have a set of your 7″ halo headlights. after only about 2 hrs of use, 3 of the led’s in the halo ring have stopped working. is this serviceable?

  6. DAVID says :Reply

    looking for a halo ring to put on the outside of my projector headlight just dont know what size for my 2016 chevy silverado LT 1500.

    1. Susan Andrews says :Reply

      Hey David,

      I’m afraid I do not have the 2016 Silverado LT 1500 handy, so I cannot provide the exact dimensions at the moment.
      So you can do the measurements by yourself and then pick the right size of halo ring on Amazon or the other automotive shop.

  7. Scott Budry says :Reply

    Hello I’m looking for aftermarket Halo led full replacement headlights for a 92 ford Thunderbird anyone know where I might be able to find something like that?

    1. Susan Andrews says :Reply

      Hey Scott,

      I’m afraid the manufacturers I can recommend do not offer a complete headlight assembly for the ’92 Thunderbird. Yet, there is still an option to install halo rings into the stock lights. The procedure isn’t too complicated, by the way. And, you will not need any specific tools to do that. Alternatively, you can hire someone to do that for you. I am afraid that these are the only options I can offer at the moment.

  8. Ronnie Bryan says :Reply

    Low beam stopped working fuse are good .
    Relays are good

    1. Susan Andrews says :Reply

      Hey Ronnie,
      Maybe the bulb is out?
      Also, I’d check the connectors.

  9. BENJAMIN BRICCO says :Reply

    I bought a 2015 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara in February. I just saw today the halo changed colors. I do not have a remote so I dont know what app I can use to find out how to do that.

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