Long Blonde Beach Waves These stunning curls really show off those gorgeous blonde, platinum, and strawberry hues. With highlighted hair, curls and waves have a lot of visual interest. To create curls that last, use a large barrel curling iron, pinning up every section after you curl it. Then take them down and shake them out, spritzing your hair with a salt spray.
Beach Waves for Bob The perfect waves for short hair are bouncy and fun. To get this look, use a large barrel curling iron on the top layers of the hair. Next you’ll want to break up the curls and tease the top and back of the hair to create volume.
Easy, chic hair can only mean one thing: casual waves. Lona Vigi, celebrity stylist, spells out how to get the look in a few easy steps. First, apply a light mousse, like Nexxus Mousse Plus, to damp hair and roughly blow-dry to amplify texture. Then create an off-centered part and clip the top half of your hair into two sections. Use a large barrel curling iron to add waves and body (including face-framing loose waves). To finish your look, use fingers to loosen waves and dial up movement.
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