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learn to make waves using your flatiron instead of your curling iron! xo #hair

Pinning it just at the sides, beachy boho waves

This changed my life. Before, I curled towards the face and wondered why I looked like a circa-1994 soccer mom. Away from the face = Hollywood. Towards the face = soccer mom.

Works best on slightly wavy to curly hair. Not as effective if you have pin straight hair (unless u get a wave perm like me!) Try this… I used to do this when I had straight hair: Twists as I’ve shown, then put roll into buns and clip with a claw. Once hair is dried… Soft curls!

Nice color for the fall, its time for the brassy blonde to come out!

" I'm stressed, exams are here at Greenville tech, I'm trying to stay strong and finish all my assignments, tests and papers. The music on the radio is repeating way to much and work is long and sleepy. This place is what I'm dreaming off, and I can't seem to focus. So for the next week and a half I'll will dream in my spare time, study every moment, and work my butt off. Good luck everyone on your finals" ~Rachael N~

Anticipating summer!? Get even more prepared with a tutorial on the best beach waves EVER!

DIY Beach Wave Spray Pour the hot water into the spray bottle, then add your nickel sized dab of pomade, salt and argan/coconut oil. Put the top on the bottle and shake to break down those ingredients while the water is hot. Then add the leave-in once those ingredients dissolve.

For lazy girls like me (Amy Q.) A quick and easy way to have "styled" hair, I did this today and it took only 10 minutes for me. My hair falls just below my shoulders and its naturally wavey/curly, fine textured-Amy Q.