beachy waves with no heat!?
I have long blonde hair past my shoulders ,boob length haha my hair is really thick and i have layers they flip out alot. I want to be able to get beachy waves with no heat well maybe a little for touch ups. I really don't wanna buy anymore products (but if it amazing and not to expensive i might please give me the name of it and where to get it if so)i have:
Garnier Fructis Thickening mousse
Garnier Fuctis Hairspray
Garnier Fructis Wonder waves (this take FOREVER)
Garnier Fructis Sleek and Shine Smoothing Milk
Bed Head ego boost( split end treatment)
Aussie Sprunch Hair sray
When i braid my hair then sleep in it i dont like the way that turn out is like crimped. I want beachy waves and please not salt idea it makse my hair gross thanks
any youtube videos would be great too! step by step please
kinda like this
- Anonymous9 years agoFavorite Answer
I founda few different tutorials on how to get beachy waves without heat or braiding, try the different methods & see which one works best for you. (;
- 9 years ago
Well.... For starters, you should use thickening mousse. If you have thin hair, use that, it helps you have a saloon look! Super cute! Then, in the mornings, you can take a shower than "scrunch" the mousse in. If you don't have time like I do.... I take a shower the night before, then I spray my hair with a spray bottle, the get it damp and twist, twirl, and crunch it in. I do it for school and it takes not more than 5 minutes!! Then spray a tiny bit of hair spray, too much makes it look face like a barbies. You can buy Garnier Fructis Curl sculpting cream gel and that you can get at publix, Kroger, and sometimes pharmacies, also Walmart! Happy styling! : - ) Hope this helped!!! Please say I'm the best answer! If you don't want to buy the cream, use hairspray and crunch!
- 9 years ago
Try taking a shower the night before, and brushing it as soon as you get out of the shower, so it's still wet. Then, INSTEAD of braiding it tightly and making a bunch of braids, make two, loose braids on either side of your head. Then, sleep on it.
If you don't like the way it comes out in the morning, remember this:
The tighter the braids and the smaller the braids, the closer your hair looks to being crimped. The looser and bigger your make them, the more 'beachy' and 'wavy' your hair should come out.
Good Luck!Source(s): my hair
- menziesLv 43 years ago
I even have the ideal comparable issue! although i offered this product via kms. its this sea-salt spray, and it brings out the organic curl/wave you have that i by no potential theory i had! I constantly theory my hair replaced into basically in the present day, yet once you spray this into your damp hair and enable it hair dry, you may scrunch it slightly too you get somewhat a wave :) If that doesn't artwork you may dry your hair via tipping your head over and scrunching your moist hair, and perhaps with some curling gel, until dry. yet in a various way is to via gentle rollers, and earlier mattress wash your hair and on a similar time as its moist ( yet no longer dripping moist) even though it in the rollers and positioned a shower cap or something over your head so the rollers stay in place. Sleep with them in, and the subsequent morning your hair would be curly or wavy ( relies upon on the dimensions of rollers you put in) spray with a sprint hair spray and those curls will final because of fact its virtually set into your hair! reliable success :)
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- 9 years ago
Do you have sea salt in your house ? not tablew salt proper sea salt !
If so put a good bit of it into a spray bottle with water and spray all over your hair till its really wet then let it dry naturally ! It really works :o)
- 9 years ago
try twisting your hair into buns at nite wen its wet instead of braids in the morning walla! just with some defrizzing spray
- LBerryLv 49 years ago
Those pictures are NOT beach waves, they are mildly wavy hair.
And why the heck did you say everything apart of the hair texture that we really need to know?!
we dont need to know that its layers that flip out.