Thursday, 17 December 2015

How to get beach waves hair

I recently posted a image of my hair on Instagram and I had a few questions about how I got my curls to look this way, so I thought I would dedicate a blog post to my locks.

Naturally my hair is quite curly but sometimes I like to go for the more tamed tousled look, just like I am straight off the beach. So here's how I get my hair to look like I've been chilling on the beach all day even when I've really been hibernating from the cold!




Shampoo and Condition your hair  -  I use Green People Quinoa & Artichoke Shampoo and Conditioner.



After washing take a small amount of Lucy Bee Coconut Oil (around the size of a penny) rub it into your palms and then into the ends of your hair. 


Comb through with a wide tooth comb and place in a centre parting. 


Dry your hair  -  if you have the patience to give yourself a proper blow dry then go for it. If not just blast dry your hair ensuring there's no damp bits.


Section your hair off  -  I like to go for school girl plaits and work on one side at a time. I have SO much hair so it makes it easier this way.


I use my Tresemme Curling Wand and wrap small sections of my hair around the wand. 


I do this all over them loosen the curls with my fingers so it falls into soft waves.




I actually recently visited Number 8 Hairdressing for my monthly cut and colour. The've been cutting my hair for 8 years and will be doing my wedding hair next may! 

This time I went for some Bleach London Rose pink. Just a few hints in the ends of my hair for this festive season!








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