5/23/14

No Heat Beachy Waves Hair Tutorial

Happy Friday Everyone!
Today I'm sharing with you all my method for creating easy, volumized, beachy waves with absolutely ZERO heat. If you have stick straight hair like me, you know that getting a beachy textured look can be a big challenge. For such an easy-going hairstyle, it's usually pretty complicated (and fussy) for us to replicate- usually using curling irons and tons of product (which usually just gets crunchy and falls flat in an hour).

Well this method gives you great results with hardly any effort. It's seriously so easy, you won't believe it. All the work is done for you overnight!  This volumized, wavy look will seriously last until you wash it out.

So right in time for the weekend (and hopefully for some warm and beautiful weather where you live), here is one of my favorite summertime hair tutorials. I hope you love it!



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I hope you all have a wonderful weekend!!

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9 comments:

  1. I really love that you have done a tutorial without using heat! This is great in the summertime so that you can let your hair heal a little. This looks exactly the same as when people use the conical wands to create 'beachy waves' which this seems a lot easier and faster!

    -Shelby
    http://bittersweetshelby.blogspot.co.uk/

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  2. Love this idea! Thanks for sharing!

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  4. I love this simple look. I'm definitely trying this!

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  5. Amazing hair!!!

    Kisses

    Tiff
    http://mabulledepensees.blogspot.fr/

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  6. This look is so cute! I have super straight hair and usually I don't even bother curling it because it's so hard. This looks super easy so I'm definitely trying it!

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  7. So pretty! I seriously have to give in and finally try that Not Your Mother's spray.

    http://www.livelovelauren.com

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  8. Thanks for Your great tutorial! I like it so much. Do You have more of this?

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