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In this hair tutorial learn how to create beach curl waves for your hair with natural non toxic products, inspired by Heidi ...
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How to Create Beach Curl Waves
Hey you guys! I’ve got a hair tutorial for you, it’s really quick and easy and it’s just some booze kind of almost beach wave curls ways. But you use a curling iron, so you don’t use that three barrel iron. I kind of think those are too, they can be too tight or crispy weight. And I don’t really like it. So I use a curling iron. So I just want to show you how to do with the curling iron. It’s really easy, quick. I think it’s really great too, so enjoy the tutorial and look for hair question. My mom and I are going to do because we do hair maker for production companies. Fill on commercial stuff like that, and I wanted to know if you will be interested in having me sneak the camera into our make up trailer. Wherever I can sneak it, that’s does not can get me a trouble, but something that you guys will be interested in and see it what it’s like on film set.
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So what you’ll need is a curling iron. This is actually professional Marcel curling iron; you don’t need one of this. You can just use your regular curling iron. Your claw just to pull your hair up or you can use like these little clippies just anything that pulls your hair up into a section. So take your hair into a top section. Some setting mist or heat protectant, a lot of people have told me well my hair, my curls don’t stay very well and that will help your curl stay. And it will help protect your hair from the heat damage because heat’s very damaging for your hair.
Okay, what we’ll do is take into like a half of section. And get all the hair all the way and then take you settings mist. So just going to spray that all over, take your curling iron. And what you’ll do is take it this way and just put it against your hair like that. Good to do away to couples seconds, take it out and you should have just this little wave right there, see that? Right where that wave ends, flip your curling iron around so that this is now on the bottom and curve it to this way.
So you’re giving a look of a three roll, but it’s just, I think this looks a lot softer. It’s a lot bigger up there also it just, it looks like a soft, soft wave. I really think it’s pretty. Then turn your rod around and do it in the other way. Then connect it right where you ended the last one. And I can stretch it up so that I can see this; it’s actually giving like the S type of effect. So that makes sure that it’s curling, do you see that?
Then just turn your rod around do it to other way, it’s really simple, really simple. Okay so do this all the way around the bottom layer of your hair, and I will see you when I’m finished and we’ll start on the top. Okay, so half the bottom finished and it doesn’t really have to be too neat because the top will cover it. So let’s move to the top, just take off your clips and claws and I‘ll let the hair style it up stuff up there, pull it up.
Now just take it down and spray and work the same process, so let’s start again. Take these and just take out to the root of your hair, so all the way up to the top and just let that stay for a few seconds. And then turn it around and do the other side. Remember right where the end the loop, you want to do the other side and do the opposite way.
Well don’t come through it until you’re completely done. Okay and then you want to the come to the back and take another section like this. And its actually I do the first few curls, so I spray it, I always spray it, and then I’ll do first few curls at the roots. Just like this from behind, you do the first link so, and then the second one, and then I’ll come to the side and I’ll finish it. It’s not going to be perfect, but it’s really hard if you’re going like all the way out, so I just turn it and go like this.
Got most to it done, I’m at my bangs now. I just want to show you what I do with my bangs. I’ve done in a couple times where I curled the whole bangs. But it looks weird to me; this is for those of you that have bangs. If you don’t have bangs you can skip over this part. So what I do instead crimping the entire bangs, I’ll just take like one piece of my bangs, like a small piece that drapes over the bangs. And I’ll just crimp back. So I’ll just crimp it, how I have been doing my whole head and that way it gives the crimp texture in my bangs but I’m not doing the whole thing. See so I just going to cross things but that way I can keep someone on the straight and still it doesn’t make my hair look off.
Okay so once this curled in, just kind of comb through it, loosen it up. That will give you a nice site kind of a like beach wave. Okay so go on take your comb and I’ll just back hold a little bit to give me a little bit ironing, just a little and you’re done. You have really wavy curl; I don’t if you can see it, all the way around. This is just really pretty and natural. I really like it, like I said I like it better than three barrel because it’s loose when you’ve done it. Head on it might take a little bit longer, but looks better. And you don’t have to go buy an iron. So you can just use the ones that you have so there you go. I hope you liked it. Thanks for watching and please subscriber.