Beachy Waves in 3 Easy Steps 🌊
You know that amazing natural wave your hair gets after a long day at the beach? Well you can recreate the look at home in 3 simple steps, sans the sand ;) ☀️ Step 1. Start with damp hair and gently detangle hair using a wet brush like the Wet brush - Go Green Infused Tea Tree Brush For added detangling, try an affordable yet effective detangler like Suave - Kids Purely Fun Detangler Spray  to add moisture and condition Step 2. Use a wave spray that contains sea salt like sun bum - Texturizing Sea Spray this will help add texture and hold and create that messy beach wave that you're trying to achieve. *Bonus points if it actually smells like coconut and sun tan lotion like this one! 😍 Step. 3 Seal frizz and add shine with a light weight hair oil like Love Perpetua Shine Drops by Evo. This will keep your waves soft instead of crunchy and give your hair a brilliant healthy shine. ✨
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Overnight Waves Tutorial
I am allllll about overnight hair styles. Gone are the days where I regularly use heat tools to style my hair. Every once in a while I’ll do it, but for everyday I can’t be bothered! Heatless styles are also great for reducing heat damage and breakage. This is a tutorial for my preferred overnight waves using two twists. This style works best for wavy and straight hair types. About my hair: thick, naturally wavy/curly, frizzy, dry What you’ll need: -comb -small elastic bands -leave-in spray -styling cream/gel/mousse -finishing spray/hairspray Steps: 1. Start with damp hair. 2. Apply leave-in conditioner and disperse through your hair with a comb or fingers. 3. Apply your preferred styling product(s). This will help your hair hold the style’s shape. 4. Either air dry your hair or wrap in a towel for about 15-30 min (less if your hair is fine, more if your hair is thick. I do about 30 min) 5. Take hair out of towel (if using) and comb it. 6. Part hair in desired area in front and part about equally down the back. 7. Work with one side at a time. Take a small section of hair at the front of your head, and another section from the back of your head. 8. Twist the pieces together like a rope braid. I start just above my ears. 9. Add in a section of hair from the front and from the back to continue the twist. 10. Continue adding hair and twisting down. Secure with an elastic. 11. Repeat on other side. 12. Go to bed! Let this style sit for 8-10 hours. The longer the better, especially if you have thick hair. 13. In the AM, remove your twists and gently shake your hair near the roots to loosen waves. 14. Spray hair with your preferred finishing spray/hairspray. Products I used: KRISTIN ESS - Ultra Hydrating Curl Leave-In Cream KRISTIN ESS - Hair Hydrating Curl Defining Crème R+Co - FOIL Frizz + Static Control Spray Notes: You can twist your twists around each other into buns or clip them on top of your head if the twists will bother you when you’re sleeping! You can modify this style by starting father or lower on your head, or doing two 3-strand braids. #CheriePartner
R+Co-FOIL Frizz + Static Control Spray
Silk scarves are my favorite hair accessory!
Silk scarves are my go to for errand days, messy hair days, beach days..etc They provide a cute pop of color foolproof to do yourself/ with so many styling options protect your hair from the elements (humidity, sun, etc) Next time your thrifting check the scarves bin! Sometimes there are super cute vintage scarves for the low 🤩
Pin straight hair can ALWAYS be a CUTE look 😊
Remember the days of high school where it was the coolest thing ever to have pin straight hair! Well, I do! I even remember my first hair straightener - it was a white Conair brand covered in rainbow polka dots! It was like $14.99 and I found it in the college prep section at Target! Fast forward to my first retail job at Best Buy back in the early 2010s and I was able to score my first prestige hair tool, the famous CHI - Air Expert Classic Tourmaline Ceramic Flat Iron ! I’ve honestly had this flat iron for YEARS and it still works like Magic ✨✨✨! If I remember right, back in the day this flat iron retailed around $100! Very expensive compared to my $15 one! But i was able to get it for 1/2 off when I had my Best Buy discount. It’s been more than 5 years and my baby is still going strong - 100% recommend it to anyone 👍🏼! Now back to CUTE hairstyle 101! Whenever you’re in need of a quick and super cute look, you can always straighten (if you are okay with putting heat on your hair)! For reference, I have long fine wavy brunette hair. I typically do not put heat on my hair but on the occasion that I want to change up my look, I will! When I do want to straighten my hair, I first wash it, let it air dry, and once it’s dry I separate my hair into two parts (top and bottom). Once I have my bottom part ready, I comb through it to make sure no knots are in it, and once that’s done I begin to flat iron my hair at the second to highest temperature. Since my hair is fine, I can do my entire head of hair in 20 minutes using this flat iron. The ceramic plates of the iron leave my hair naturally shiny and I typically do not add any other products unless it’s humid outside. The final look as you can see is a flawless pin straight hair that is perfect for a fun day out with friends, a formal or causal event, or for a date night! I think this hairstyle would be cute on any length and texture of hair. Let me know your cute hair style ideas in the comment section! Edit: Additionally, for an extra dosage of cute hairstyle - you can always add a super adorable headband to straight, wavy, or curly hair! I’ve added a third picture to show you how a headband can be the extra pop you need when doing any sort of hairstyle. The bonus about it is that your hair can be down, tied up, semi tied up, or in a bun and the headband will look stunning. This headband here was from Ross! Y’all don’t need to spend and arm and leg on cute accessories! Amazon has some great options as well!
CHI-Air Expert Classic Tourmaline Ceramic Flat Iron
My go-to French braid in a bun!
My hair is a little crazy! Having dry, thick, wild curls is an adventure in itself, but having those key styles to dress up a bun is so important! Today I’m sharing my go-to hairstyle when my hair is almost ready to be washed (I can only wash my hair once a week—curly girl problems) and I want it to be out of my face for work. I call it an easy French braid in a bun! Here are the easy steps to get this cute style yourself: 1. Brush your hair! Especially if you’re curly like me—it will ruin your curls for that wash cycle but since we’re at the end anyway it doesn’t really matter. By brushing our your hair it is less likely to tangle. 2. Something I like to do to add volume and texture is a styling powder. Many brands make them, but today I’m using the Redken Dry Shampoo Powder REDKEN - Dry Shampoo Powder 02 With Charcoal it’s basically a charcoal powder to soak up excess oil in your hair. Lasts forever! At $22 for 2oz it had lasted me over 6 months! My only complaint is the dispenser, I wish it was like briogeo’s, which is a aerosol-free sprayer. 3. Part your hair like your normally do, then tie up one side while you work on the other side. 4. Begin your French braid at the front of your part. You can make the braid as tight or loose as you’d like! 5. Make sure you continue along the side of your head, not the top. 6. Secure your first braid with Bobby pins and/or tie it up! 7. Repeat this on the other side. 8. Remove all of your temporary Bobby pins, grab all of your hair and put it in your usual bun. I keep mine lower on my head depending on the day. 9. Secure any stray hair or bumps with Bobby pins and you’re ready to go! I work part time at a print shop where it’s crucial that my hair is up and out of my face so I can operate heavy machinery. This is a cute style I wear instead of a boring bun 🤪 What are your favorite hair styles for your job(s)?
REDKEN-Dry Shampoo Powder 02 With Charcoal
Balay all day!
Looking for a long-lasting natural haircolor? A balayage may be right for you! This client wanted to keep it really natural And brighten up the pieces around the face (aka money pieces). The money pieces are done many different ways, but I usually do teeny tiny foils around the front hairline to really brighten it up and still blend in when she pulls her hair back! Balayage means free hand painting, so I took small sections and back combed with my clay lightener to be able to blend with her natural color without leaving lines or splotches! This tends to be a huge issue with balayage so back combing is almost foolproof! ALWAYS TONE BLONDE HAIR. If your hairstylist does not know how to tone your hair, it’s time to find a new one! Toning is extremely important to keep the gold/orange and brassy look away! Maintenance: Definitely use purple shampoo once to twice a week, this can be extremely drying so make sure you don’t use daily. And use a hydrating conditioner after use! Here I used: Olaplex shampoo and conditioner, these rebuild bonds back into your hair after lightening services! It’s also great for repairing environmental damage such as hard water, chlorine, even sun bleaching! For styling products I used: Kevin Murphy Smooth AgainKEVIN.MURPHY - Smooth.Again Kevin Murphy Body Builder Mousse KEVIN.MURPHY - Body.Builder Kevin Murphy Anti Gravity SprayKEVIN.MURPHY - Anti.Gravity Spray
Feel bored with your hairstyle? This cute hairstyle might inspire you...
If you’re feeling bored with your usual hairstyle and want to make some difference, I strongly recommend this cute hairstyle to you! I know that not everyone likes to spend much time on hairstyles, so easy hairstyles are the way forward. It's simple to do and can be done in just minutes! All you need is to prepare some cute hair accessories like bows!🎀
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