Stop trying to bottle salt air to transform your limp strands into beachy waves. We've got the lowdown on how to make your hair wavy, sans ocean breeze
Don't you just love effortless, flowing, beachy waves? They've become a huge trend in the beauty world, to the point where this summer style has become a perennial staple. However, it's not always summer, and we can't always be at the beach. For you landlocked and winter-ridden girls, follow these tips on how to make your hair wavy regardless of the season or location.
The best way to get wavy hair starts in the shower. Wash your hair the night before you want your wavy hair. Use shampoo and conditioner designed for curly or wavy hair. Once out of the shower, comb hair and apply an anti-frizz serum (try Total Beauty's 2013 Beauty Award winner John Frieda Frizz-Ease Sheer Solutions Lightweight Frizz Control ). Next, pull your hair into two sections, one on each side of the head.
Loosely braid each section and lightly spritz finished braids with a spray gel. Try the fishtail braid for a good texture. Wear this style overnight, and remove braids in the morning for bombshell wavy hair.
For faster beach waves, there are loads of salt sprays available. These sprays mimic salt water to create beach wavy hair without the saltiness or stickiness. Spray on wet or damp hair and let it dry naturally for wavy hair that looks like you've been at the beach all day. When thinking of how to make your hair wavy, these sprays are the quickest and easiest way to get the style.
There are other great hair products to enhance your wavy hair. Use shine serums for healthier looking waves. Leave-in conditioners will protect hair from product damage and keep hair healthy and full. For a more in depth tutorial on how to make you hair wavy, check out these expert tips.
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