this ladies story " I’ve tried curling irons, scrunching, hair in a bun at night - all in the pursuit of a beachy wave. My hair just did not keep a loose curl - and if I achieved curliness that lasted, it was more like orphan Annie. It wasn’t until James at Sally Hershberger waved out my hair by hand [I’ll explain] that I realized there really was a solution for volume and loose, beachy curls."
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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!
4. Natural Loose Waves Oh, don’t you just love those natural, romantic barely-there curls? Well, this easy hairstyle can also be achieved without any heat and here’s exactly how to do it! Start with dry, clean hair then slightly wet only the bottom half of your length. Apply styling mousse on the damp part, comb it to distribute the mousse evenly then put up in a tight rolled bun. Allow your hair a couple of hours to dry and form then let it down and enjoy your natural waves!
Beachy Hair= 1 Cup Hot Water ~1-3tbsp Coconut Oil (more if u have dry hair) ~2tbsp Alcohol (helps spray last longer & prevents hair buildup) ~2+tbsp Sea Salt (use more if ur hair is oily, only use sea salt not table) ~1tbsp Hair Gel (for better hold & texture) Shake before applying!