How to get natural looking beach wavy hair

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How to get natural looking beach wavy hair

The best way to get natural looking beach wavy hair is to use a deep waver. After doing lots of research I decided the best one on the

The best way to get natural looking beach wavy hair is to use a deep waver. After doing lots of research I decided the best one on the market in the UK is the "Toni & Guy Deep Barrel Hair Waver"  which RRP is around £35. 

To to use it I find it works best if you follow these steps:-

1) Wash your hair as usual 
2) Blow dry hair so it's not wet 
3) Spray in a heat protection spray (such as  "John Frieda Frizz Ease Heat Defeat Protecting Spray " 150ml RRPs at around £5.89)
4) Separate hair in to manageable sections
5) Take the first section and clamp the deep waver about 1/3 of the way from your roots to the ends of your hair. *Be careful as the waver gets very hot on the inside and outside so if you have heat protection gloves wear them, if not just be very careful!*
count 10 seconds then release the clamp. Repeat this process down the rest of the section to create the waves
6) Repeat the waving process on each section until you have waved your whole head
7) To create the 'beach' look spray your hair with a sea salt spray. The best one I've found is the Toni & Guy Sea Salt texturising spray (200ml RRP £7.49) two or three sprays per section should do it then scrunch your hair about a bit to give it a more messy look.
8) Finish with a hair spray to hold it in place and your look is complete!


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