How do you get beachy waves without a curling iron?
For the rest of you, here’s my trick to getting my hair to do this:
- Spray your damp hair with a lot of salt spray (here’s a great DIY recipe).
- Twist your hair into thin locks all the way down to the ends.
- Let dry.
- Take out the pins if they’re in there and then try not to touch your hair at all.
How do you make waves without heat?
The perfect way to get wavy hair without heat overnight, and with minimal effort!
- Scrunch dry or damp hair into a messy bun.
- Secure with a hair tie and hair pins as needed.
- Let hair dry and release the bun (and the waves!)
- Seal the deal with a quick spray of our Shine Bright Tonight Hairspray.
How do I get wavy hair without heat overnight?
The perfect way to get wavy hair without heat overnight, and with minimal effort! Step 1. Scrunch dry or damp hair into a messy bun Step 2. Secure with a hair tie and hair pins as needed Step 3. Let hair dry and release the bun (and the waves!) Step 4. Seal the deal with a quick spray of our Shine Bright Tonight Hairspray
How do you get Beachy waves on short hair?
Here, vlogger Jillian Lansky gets beachy waves on her short hair by first flat-ironing her hair (the waves will look more polished when you’re working with straight hair), then clamping section by section, holding the iron horizontally on the lower sections and vertically on the top sections.
How can I Keep my Waves from falling in my braids?
This vlogger has naturally curly hair —which means a ton of built-in texture already—but if you don’t, try coating your damp hair with an even layer of sea-salt spray before making your French braids to help keep your waves from falling.
How to do a beach braid with sea salt spray?
Step 1. Kick things off with a light spritz of texturising sea salt spray like our Miracle Beach Waves Spray. It’ll give you a matt, textured, tousled style like the surf was up! Step 2. Separate hair into 2 sections and braid each. If you have shorter hair, use a pin to secure where strands are too short Step 3.