5 Minute Beachy Waves | Hair Tutorial With Minimal Heat

Today I wanted to share with you a quick hair tutorial that has been my go-to this summer! I posted a poll on my Instagram a few days ago, and I got so so many people asking for a tutorial. I have naturally curly/wavy/frizzy hair, so I love that this tutorial emphasizes my natural curls... just a lot better! In the summer I really try to minimize the hat that I use on my hair, so I love that this tutorial only requires a little heat! 

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The night before... 

The night before I want to have these curls, I will wash my hair and put them into two braids. (I like to wait for my hair to be about 50% dry so it isn't wet still in the morning). I also little to put  little bit of this hair oil in the ends because I have such dry hair, and I will add some of this heat protectant spray in my hair. (This one smells SO good!) 

 

In the morning... 

After the braids are dry I will take them out and gently run my fingers through them to break up the waves. I prefer to use my fingers rather than a brush because I find that the brush will just make my hair frizzy. I will then go in with a little more oil if I feel that the ends of my hair are dry. 

Finishing touches

I will use my 1/4 inch curling wand (the smaller the wand the better!) to create a few curls with my bangs and on my very top layer of hair. I will add seven or eight curls with the wand, and then spray some of this sea salt sprayin to give it a bit of texture. I love how these curls turn out, and I think they are so cute with a little bandana or a hair accessory. I love having a bronzy, shimmery makeup look with this hairstyle, I think it is so gorgeous for the summer! 

Rebecca xo

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