How To Get Beach Waves Hair With A Straightener

In the simple five steps below I walk you through how you can get beachy wavy hair.

  1.     With dry clean hair section off your hair into three parts. I start off at the bottom and work my way up. Using the curling wand start curling your hair. If you have long hair like me, you’re probably going to need to do it in two sections. I first curled the top part of the strand then moved to the bottom half of the strand. I tried to curl a small piece of hair all at once, but the curl came out loose and not very curly. So I decided the best option is to do the top part of the strand then move on to the bottom. Depending on how long your hair is you might want to do the same thing.

  2.     Once you have all of your hair curled go back through and curl any straight ends you see. You want everything to be curly, leave no stray straight hair.

  3.     Finger comb your hair to break up the curls. Work your fingers through all of your hair until there are no large chunks of hair. You want it to start looking like naturally wavy hair.

  4.     I like to add some anti-frizz shine. I always use John Frida Secret Weapon; it is the best non-salon option. I love how light it is, and it never weighs my hair down. I use this “Secret Weapon” even when I’m not going for the beachy wavy hair.

  5.     Lastly, I spritz on some texture spray so really give my hair that beachy look. I’m using the Kevin Murphy Hair Resort Spray. There are plenty of surf sprays to choose from; another favorite is the surf spray Bumble and Bumble. Just use the one that you like best. I like the one from Kevin Murphy because it didn’t weigh down my hair or leave it feeling icky.

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