Beachy Wave gives a bold, sweeping statement that clearly reflect the persona of the wearer. This expressive hairstyle works best on long and straight-ish hair and off course curly hair. Who wants to achieve this look for the first time this article is dedicated to them. Here is a tutorial for beachy wave hairstyle in two different ways: using spray, ghd Eclipse Styler, and Wand.
Tutorial: Beachy Wave hairstyle tutorial with spray
Begin with a damp hair. Twist your hair into chunks, keeping in mind the smaller the chunk, the tighter the twist, the curlier the wave. Gather them at the top. Now take your sea salt and spray. Keep your top in one hand; scoop the remainder of your wig up into the handful of twists and then all at once. Don’t worry about the unruly strands. Once your hair is completely dry, undo your topknot and comb the curls with fingers. Here you are!
Tutorial: Beachy Wave hairstyle tutorial with tools
- ghd eclipse styler
- hair clip
Prep your hair with a heat protectant. Part your hair and clip up the top. Work with the underneath layers first. Create beachy waves by turning the god as you move down your hair. First you want to turn your ghd away from your head, then turn it 180 degrees back to your head. Continue styling your hair in small parts. Hold the ghd eclipse firmly on each section as you turn it back and forth down your hair. The firm casing makes this way more comfortable to hold onto than any other hairstyler. Unclip a layer of hair around so you can keep waving your hair in small parts. Continue until all your hair has been waved. This way you can beachy wave hairstyle quickly. Thicker hair can take not more than 10-15 minutes to do.
Tutorial: Messy Beachy Waves with Wand
Messy, beachy waves are can be styled any time of the year, sexy and lustrous! To recreate this look use heat protectants, to keep hair healthy and shiny looking, then apply flexible hold hairspray. You can use a little eye shadow powder on the scalp to make hair appear voluminous. To maintain a messy looking, use the wand on the last two inches of hair.
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