How to Get Gorgeous Beach Waves in 20 Minutest
Hair Care Tips for Straight Hair
Got straight hair? Start with freshly washed hair, that’s moderately dry (not blow-dried, it must be air dried). Add a dab of light hair oil that’s non sticky, like Dabur Vatika Enriched Almond Hair Oil. Next, with the help of a curling iron, wrap around sections of your hair to give it loose curls. We recommend you don’t use curling rolls as that would give you tight curls and you don’t want to make it look too perfect. For a messy beachy look, finish by finger combing and seal it with a hairspray, if needed.
Hair Care Tips for Curly Hair
Got curly hair? No sweat, you can get beach waves too. Start with blowing out your hair with the help of a round brush. Yes, if you want a different look, you will have to work hard for it as well. By straightening your hair a bit, the waves you create will be more prominent. Next, you will need to make loose waves like we suggested for straight hair. But ensure that you apply a heat-protecting serum before you start working with the blow dryer. This way, not only will your tresses by saved by the heat treatment, the humidity in the air will also not ruin your look. Again, finish it off with a hair spray to maintain the texture.
Hair Care Tips for Wavy Hair
Got naturally wavy hair? Say hello to your go-to hairstyle for long hair. You don’t need freshly washed hair to style this look, you can even work with day-old unwashed tresses to get that extra texture. Start with a spritz of hairspray, then divide your hair into sections, twist each section in the direction you want the curls and make a tight bun. Let it be for a couple of hours and then leave it loose. Alternatively, if you want to get beachy waves after a shower, dab a bit of mousse, scrunch the curls with your hands, let it dry and then touch up any limp part with a flat iron.
Go on, and rock the beach waves in style!
Read More Tips On:
How to Get Shiny Hair
How To Remove Dandruff
Healthy Hair Tips
Long Hair Tips
Tips for Dry and Damaged Hair
Was this Article helpful?