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Start with a shower. Afterwards, apply a smoothing balm to your
damp hair. Comb the balm through your
strands and create your usual part (side parts work best for this look). Reach
behind your head and start your French braid just above the top of your neck,
braiding back and down. Finish up by securing with a ponytail holder and
hopping into bed because when you wake up, you’ll be left with gorgeous waves.
Pantene Restore Beautiful Lengths Smoothing Balm, $5, walmart.com
Blow dry your damp hair until it’s just about done, but not
quite dry. Then, take sections of your hair and twist them around two fingers
like you would a curling iron. While doing so, gently slide the hair off your
finger so that you’re left with a tiny loop. Use a bobby pin to gently secure
the loop of hair to your head and repeat. These sections should be all
different sizes to create natural waves. Remember: the more hair you use, the
bigger the curl will be when you unpin in the morning. Finally, run your
fingers through your finished product and spritz with a sea salt spray.
Beach Babe Texturizing Sea Salt Spray, $6, ulta.com
Foam curlers are a great way to achieve the perfect waves
because they’re quick and easy to use. Start by blow-drying your hair until
it’s almost dry, but not completely. Next, brush your hair out and add a mousse
that will give your hair some hold. Then, take a 2” section of hair and wrap it
around the foam curler. Make sure to wrap each piece of hair away from your
face. Secure with the Velcro straps, and you’re good-to-go! When you remove the
curlers in the morning, you’ll have beautiful and bouncy waves.
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sleeker feel, add a drop of hair oil and comb through.
Goody Dent-less Waves Large Foam Rollers, $10, target.com
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