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Offer Your Clients Sexy Beach Waves For Spring

by CurlStylist on Sunday, March 13, 2011

beachy wavy hair

Step by step tips for getting beach waves at home

We’ve got a step-by-step guide to creating sexy beach waves at home in minutes from Butterfly Studio Salon owner Kattia Solano!

You’ll need:

1 inch to 1 1/4 inch barrel curling iron

A volumizing gel or spray such as Shu Uemura Tasai Cream

A light hold hairspray such as the heat activated setting spray, Soft Lacquer by Oribe

Step 1: Apply the volumizing gel or spray directly onto wet hair.

Step 2: Flip your head over and blow dry your hair to add volume to the roots.

Step 3: To add smoothness before using your curling iron, twist large sections of the hair around your finger starting at the bottom and twisting until there is tension.

Step 4: Separate your hair into four sections and apply your light hold hairspray directly onto the areas you will be curling (about 3 inches down from the roots and 3 inches from the ends).

Step 5: Place curling iron about 3 inches from the roots and wrap medium sections of the hair around the barrel. Be sure to stay away from the ends (you want your ends to appear straight).

Step 6: Continue around the head until all hair is curled.

Step 7: Apply a light hold hairspray all over and lightly scrunch the hair with your fingers.

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