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For those sexy waves, I am going to use the Sedu Revolution flat iron. Starting with my first section, I place my flat iron in at the root horizontally. I gently close the plates, lightly gripping the hair.
I flip the iron 180 degrees. Then, I pull the iron straight up, and rotate as I release. I usually take my time with this motion to achieve that great sexy wavy style. I continue styling each section in this way, repeating the motion while I work around my head towards the back.
The most difficult area to reach is the back of my head. So I take my time here. It's okay that I can not get as close to the roots, a little root drag looks good in the back. It gives me the added volume I need.
If you don't get the sexy waves you want in the first try, don't worry. This wave technique takes a little time and practice before you create the ideal waves that you want.
Just let the section you were working on cool down a few minutes before you try it again. Move onto the next section while you are waiting. This wave technique takes time to master, but with a little practice, sexy waves are easy to get.