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Long wavy hair
How to do a Half-Up Hairstyle on Long Wavy Hair
I have pretty long hair down to my hips. Many people just aren’t sure how to style long hair, and for a long time, neither did I. Up until recently, I would just let my hair down and call it a day. Because my hair is also wavy and most hairstyles are designed for straight hair, it’s been difficult for me to find cute styles that work on my hair without looking like an absolute mess. Also because my hair is on the drier side, I tend to stay away from heat tools unless I absolutely have to. Today I’m going to show you a heatless hairstyle that shows off your length without being basic! I saw this hairstyle on TikTok in a tutorial by @learnwithlati. This girl is absolutely amazing, and I urge you to check her out if you have long hair that you don’t know what to do with. This style doesn’t take long at all, about 2 minutes, and doesn’t even need a hair elastic! Products needed: Wide toothed comb Hair oil/detangler if needed Hair spray (optional) Bobby pins (optional) Steps: That’s it! Ridiculously easy, right? You can go ahead and hair spray it if you need to or use bobby pins to hold in place, but it shouldn’t be a problem at all if your hair is long enough.
Trendy colors, styles and cuts for long wavy hair!
Are you completely in love with your long hair, but feel the relationship is getting quite repetitive and boring? Do you feel like you need a change, yet would never decide to go for a shorter cut? Perfect! I prepared a few color, style and slight cut changes that might get you inspired, and give you a completely new look. Check out the most trending hairstyles of 2020, grab your curling iron and get creative!
What damage that air drying could bring to the wavy hair?
I guess many people habitually choose to dry their hair in order to save time, including myself. However!!!!! This is not the correct choice. But most people have no idea about the damage to dry by such behavior, especially the wavy hair. Alright, let’s focus on listing these possible damages below! There are possible damages below: 1. The hair cuticle is open when the hair is wet, at the same time the hair is more easily damaged. If somebody lies down under this condition that the hair is not fully dried, the hair will rub against the pillow, which may cause the hair cuticle to fall down and damage. UNHEALTHY WAVY HAIR WILL ONLY BE FRIZZY, NOT PRETTY AT ALL!!! 2. Besides, the wet scalp is prone to bacteria after a long time, which will have a few negative impacts on the hair roots. Like breed dandruff and mites, thereby speeding up hair loss. 3. The hair dried with a hairdryer can maintain a fluffy, natural, long-lasting, and beautiful wavy effect. The air-dried hair will only hang down and close to the scalp, there is no hairstyle at all. 4. Also from the perspective of professional medical theory, prolonged wetness could affect people’s physical health. It may cause female gynecological diseases, headaches, swelling, joint pain, or other complications. 5. There are still many reasons that can be detailed, such as the wet hair is easy to make people catch a cold, hair loss is easier than usual, the hair becomes oily quickly, etc. Therefore, considering the health of the hair and scalp, it’s recommended to use a hairdryer instead of air drying to thoroughly dry the hair from the root, minimize the time when hair is wet. Please keep the beauty of the hair.
Caring for my wavy hair 💗
Not too long ago, I really didn’t know that I had wavy hair. Like many people I had spent years brushing it and straightening it and not giving it a second thought. Finally, my laziness got the best of me and I decided to stop heat-styling my hair. I think the first step of caring for wavy hair is finding the right stylist. Around the time I decided to stop heat styling my hair I went to a new hair stylist who absolutely transformed my hair. He cut in long layers and took out a lot of the bulk in my hair, and I really think these two things were key to getting my waves to hold up. Having more layers definitely helps enhance the waves and keeps them from falling out. So here is my current styling routine! Wash and condition hair: honestly I am not super picky at all about what shampoo or conditioner I use, but I try to get ones that have less sulfates and silicones in them. If anyone has any great recs for shampoo/conditioner for wavy hair, feel free to drop them below!! Post-shower: I know the Curly Girl Method has you apply your products when your hair is still soaking wet, but I can’t stand standing there, freezing cold with my hair dripping everywhere. So I wrap my hair loosely in a t-shirt as soon as I get out of the shower while I dry off and apply my skincare. Then once I am dressed, I take my hair down and apply my products. Leave-in conditioner: I have talked about this before, but this is the most amazing leave-in conditioner I’ve ever used. sexyhair - Healthy Tri-Wheat Leave In Conditioner Smells amazing and leaves my waves so amazingly soft. I apply this all over my midshaft-ends and lightly rub it in. Wave spray: Again, I’ve talked about this product before but it is seriously my holy grail hair product. OUAI - OUAI Wave Spray I spray this all over my head, seriously you cannot use too much of this stuff. (Side note: I don’t recommend spraying this on dry hair because it can get sticky, but if your hair is wet you are 100% good to go.) Once I have applied this, I flip my head upside down and SCRUNCH. Depending on what I’m doing, sometimes I will plop my hair with the towel again just to keep the wet hair off my shoulders, otherwise I just let it air dry. And voila! I love being at a place where I really just love how my hair looks daily, and I never have to spend more than 10 minutes styling it!
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