How to create Summer Waves
This hair style tutorial is designed for hair which already has a natural wave to the hair.
Once the hair is fully dry, use the new ghd gold stylers (Mine are the moon silver colour available here)
S wave the hair in random pieces, so that they don’t all look too samey!
The great thing about this technique is that it looks so natural and you can just pick certain pieces out of the hair which haven’t naturally dried as wavy.
Run your fingers through your hair to break up the S waves, for even more beachy realness!
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🌞 SUMMER WAVES TUTORIAL 🌞 #adgifted 1) Begin with damp hair. Add @ouai rose hair & body oil, scrunch into mids & ends. 2) Spritz @ouai wave spray throughout & squeeze into mids and ends. 3) Blow hair with @ghdhair Helios (I’m using the limited edition Neo-Mint from the Upbeat collection) Heat on medium and power on medium, softly scrunching hair as you blow to encourage natural wave shape. 4) Once hair is fully dry into natural wave, use @ghdhair gold styler (here I’m using the limited edition moon silver from the Upbeat collection) Grab sections of hair that haven’t waved as well naturally and give them an S wave, bending the hair in S shapes whilst tapping the styler throughout the hair. 5) Once you’ve added the S waves where you want, run your fingers through your hair and break up the S waves to appear more natural. 6) If you have bangs bend slightly back (more C shapes) and again, tap the stylers onto the hair to mould into shape. 7) Give hair a good shake out for some volume. 8) Get your little flowers and apply a small blob of eyelash glue onto the back of each (prep a few and allow to dry until slightly tacky, not wet) 9) Place sporadically in hair, mixing up the sizes of the flowers. 10) Have a little boogie and tada! You’re summer ready 🤍🤍🤍 #hair #hairgoals #summer #summerhair #hairstyle #hairvideos #hairtutorial #hairwaves