Year Round Beach Waves How To

Hi everyone, as we say goodbye to summer I thought I would share how I create year round beach waves in my hair with TRESemmé since it’s the best way to hold on to summer! Plus I get so many inquiries about how I curl my hair so I figured I would share all of my tips and tricks with you. I think you’ll be happy to learn that it’s super quick and easy. I listed all the steps below so you can try it out too and I’ll be rocking this hairstyle during most of New York Fashion Week so make sure follow along on social media.
In case you missed my last hair tutorial with TRESemmé, you can view it here—> Side Swept Braid How To


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Outfit: The Racer Cami | Camel Cardigan | Denim | Velvet Choker | Moonstone Lariat c/o Elizabeth Stone Jewelry | Rory Bracelet | Ring c/o Kendra Scott Color Bar


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Step 1: Rinse and Condition your hair with TRESemmé’s Botanique Nourish and Replenish Shampoo and Conditioner
Side Note: Beach waves do not require perfectly clean hair! You can wash your hair and then go a couple of days before using some dry shampoo and trying this style. In fact, I feel like my waves always hold better when my hair is a little dirty.


Step 2: Spray the Nourish & Replenish Hydrating Mist all throughout your hair and not just because it smells amazing like coconuts at the beach, but also because it helps to detangle and hydrate your locks. That’s another reason that the new TRESemmé BOTANIQUE Collection is so great because your hair can still smell like summer all year long.


Step 3: Dry your hair. I love my T3 Micro Dryer. After drying, add some grit and texture to your hair with or mousse. You can also use TRESemmé BOTANIQUE Damage Recovery Oil Elixir for weightless shine and texture that won’t leave your hair feeling greasy.


Step 4: Next, tease all the hair around the the crown of your head with a comb and Spray TRESemmé Thermal Creations Heat Protectant Spray throughout entire head to avoid damaging your hair with hot tools.


Step 5: Part your hair to your liking and use a 1.5” curling wand to create beach-wave-like-curls.  I like using my T3 Trio Wand. The trick is to curl one small section at time leaving out about an inch to an inch and a half of hair left out at your ends. I usually take half inch sections of hair and hold for a little less then 10 seconds. Make sure to keep all of the curls facing the same direction around your head and do not brush or tug on them until the very end. This will allow the curls to set.



Step 6: Spray your entire head with hairspray to hold all of the curls and then after a few minutes, gently run your fingers through your hair pulling all of the curls into soft waves. Complete the hairstyle with plenty of Tres Two Extra Hold Hairspray.



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