Check out an easy way to make natural waves!
I’ve been looking for an easy “beach hair” tutorial for a while now, so thanks for posting this! I will definitely have to check out the Fekkai and John Masters products you used in this. My hair is usually super flat, so hopefully this will give it an extra volume!
Love this look! I can’t wait to try it. It is perfect for a quick style in the morning. Great tutorial, thanks for sharing : )
Love this look! What a great tutorial, perfect for running out the door! Thanks for sharing : )
perfect, i love this! your other tutorials inspired me to buy sea salt spray which I now adore. i will definitely try this out too
Really great tutorial! I’m constantly in and out of our salt water pool and I’m going to try this look post-swim… if my beachy hair is my cheapest accessory, salty water just might be my cheapest product!
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Once a long long time ago I had long long hair and this would have been a great tip. But for now I just can look at it and remember the days when … . You look fabulous by the way with the natural waves.
Great! My hair is naturally wavy (or as I fondly call it pooffy) and I’m always looking for ways to style/tame it.
love! the texture of my hair is not the same but I must give it a try.
Thanks for sharing- this is great.
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thanks for posting this, i don’t have much time for my hair either so this is really great! =)
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great tutorial! i’m a hair stylist and i would definitely try this on clients. i wish i could try it on myself but unfortunately my hair is straight as an arrow and it would never work. sadness.
Thank you for this great tutorial! Can’t wait to try it, I’m always trying to coax the wave out of my mostly straight hair.
Thank you for posting this video Beth. I’ll say this one I think I’ll be sure to use asap!! I love the natural wave but I’m also quite lazy when it comes to hair so this is a perfect solution! If they come out as nice as yours I’ll let you know;)
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Oh my god, I love this!! I try for the natural-beachy-wave thing, but end up looking halfway between finger-in-electrical-socket and woke-up-on-the-wrong-side-of-the-bed. This will really help! Thanks B!
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thank you for sharing.. i love it .. please post more hair tutorials.😀
super cute! I wear my hair like this all the time…I have to get myself that sea mist stuff- sounds perfect!
Does it work on shoulder length hair?
It should. I would just make the twists smaller and do a few more than I did in the video.
Great tutorial. I can’t wait to try this on my hair! I will definitely have to try the sea salt spray.
I’m always trying to replicate the perfect beachy look and this looks so easy it should be a crime! I also just recently bookmarked the John Masters Sea Salt Spray! AMAZING!
I like to use Fekkai’s Coiff Bouffant too! Works really well when I use my Yes to Tomatoes volumizing shampoo and conditioner.😀
i wonder wether i’d work on hair with a lot of layers, too…?
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