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  • Kiana Swinchock

    to get beach wavy hair: Split & braid your hair into two sections & tie with a rubberband. Twist the braid away from your face and then twist the flat iron onto your hair in the same direction your hair is twisted. Do not touch rubberband or else you will get that weird crease. Repeat this process twice! After hair is cooled, then take them out and run your fingers through the braid. Saw this on Rachel Ray Show. It gives you nice beachy waves! - Click image to find more Hair & Beauty Pinter...

  • Amy Bonetti Price

    Easy wave hair. Split and braid your hair into two sections and tie with a rubberband. Twist the braid away from your face and then twist the flat iron onto your hair in the same direction your hair is twisted. Do not touch rubberband or else you will get that weird crease. Repeat this process twice! After hair is cooled, then take them out and run your fingers through your hair -- gives you nice beachy waves

  • Rachel G. K.

    Beach waves: Split and braid your hair into two sections and tie with a rubberband. Twist the braid away from your face and then twist the flat iron onto your hair in the same direction your hair is twisted. Do not touch rubberband or else you will get that weird crease. Repeat this process twice! After hair is cooled, then take them out and run your fingers through the braid. Saw this on Rachel Ray Show. It gives you nice beachy waves!

  • Randelle Palmer

    BEACHWAVE Split and braid your hair into two sections and tie with a rubberband. Twist the braid away from your face and then twist the flat iron onto your hair in the same direction your hair is twisted. Do not touch rubberband or else you will get that weird crease. Repeat this process twice! After hair is cooled, then take them out and run your fingers through the braid.

  • Mave Taylor
    Mave Taylor • 2 years ago

    It didnt work on my hair either :( bummer

  • Breeze Keck
    Breeze Keck • 2 years ago

    how do you do this?do you just hold the straightner in different spots?or do you just move is slowly down the twist?

  • Aly L
    Aly L • 38 weeks ago

    yes it's fine if you use a product made for heat.. wouldn't hurt your hair more than a blow dryer.. less than regular straightening.. it worked for me but my hair does wave (and curl) pretty easily.. i did do it on more than two twists as my hair is thick though

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