Monday, January 9, 2012

Natural Beach Waves-No HEAT!

Hello beautiful!
All of us are in need of a quick but lovely way to wear our hair without heat or a big fuss. I have tried the sock bun and twist bun hoping for an overnight miracle to curly wavy beach hair. But unfortunately both ended in a super curly frizzy explosion, and a wet limp downfall. As a professional stylist that can be pretty frustrating, after all we should know how to do this right? So I found a different way to get real results in as little as 15 minutes preparation time! In my tutorial I have demonstrated how to use the simple french twist, made into a halo, to have natural looking beach waves. I hope you enjoy and if you have any questions or comments, post them here or email me at: todieforblog@yahoo.com

-Alexsis

7 comments:

  1. i've tried this style a few times, and i have trouble getting the back of my hair as curly as the front.. any suggestions? and do you use any products in your hair when you do this?

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    1. You can set your hair with a moose, or light hold gel. Then allow it to dry. Also, if it doesn't get curly enough, try doing two rope curl braids. Section off the bottom part of your hair and do it's own rope braid. Then go and do the top rope braid going in the opposite direction. This way you are working with less hair making the braid smaller and the your hair more curly. I hope this helps!-Alexsis

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  3. It won't let me watch the video:/ but I would love to see how to do this!

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    1. Go to Lexiibarbie on youtube and play it there

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  4. do you have to do the rope braid when your hair is dry to get those curls? or can you do it wet?

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    1. You can do it damp. So get a spray bottle and lightly mist your hair all over then twist it up. If its right out of the shower wet it wont dry overnight.

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