5 Easy Ways to Curl Your Hair | Luxy Hair
6 Easy Ways to Get Beachy Waves
One of beach waves' key features is that they begin about halfway down your hair — which makes pulling hair into a ponytail, and curling just the tied section, the perfect method. Plus, it's easier to keep track of what pieces you've curled (versus those you haven't) when your strands are gathered in one place. The total time will vary depending on how much hair you have, but you should be able to pull this off in 10 minutes or less.
If you're all about that low-maintenance hair routine, you're probably no stranger to the good, ol' air dry. With a few strategically placed buns (two at the nape of your neck!), you can air dry your way to a Malibu look. Just twist, pin and wait it out. That's it.
If you can't get enough of your flat iron already, here's yet another reason to love it: All you need for this tutorial is a couple of a minutes, a sea salt spray and a hair straightener. Just two long twists, carefully flat ironed, give you a style that is ready in no time.
You've probably been told that if you want small, tight curls, you should use a thinner curling iron, and if you want large waves, you should use a large barrel curler, right? Well, YouTube beauty guru Luxy Hair is about to blow your mind. As she demonstrates, if you use a small barrel curling iron and break up your hair into large sections, you can quickly and efficiently curl all of your hair into large waves. Incredible!
Though it sounds counterintuitive, getting beach waves in shorter hair can be trickier than if you have longer locks. The reason: There aren't as many simple hacks as there are for longer hair. Still, this very easy beach waves tutorial is easy to follow and takes under 10 minutes, making it a perfect option for any day of the week.
As with the first tutorial on this list, this trick incorporates a flat iron into the mix — a choice that, as YouTube beauty vlogger CarolaneCP says, makes the waves extra shiny. If you have thick, long hair, this tutorial might take longer than the others, but your waves will be totally worth it. Just make sure your flat iron is facing down to the floor rather than horizontally the way you normally would to ensure you get soft waves that look totally natural.
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