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How Should One Go About Styling Hair With Loose Waves

  • The look of beachy waves is beloved not only by celebrities but also by people who are simply obsessed with beauty. Getting those perfectly loose curls can be a little intimidating, but we've found some beauty tutorials that make it very simple. Loose wavy hairstyles are the newest hot trend when it comes to hair, so getting those curls to look perfect can be challenging.

    It would appear that the new trend in hair styling for this season is to create fabulous loose waves into the hair. This is because loose wavy hairstyles look amazing and bring naturalness and sexiness into one, which means that any woman can benefit from this fabulous hairstyle as long as the hair is the necessary length.

    This year, and especially this spring and summer season, loose wave hairstyles dominated the hair styling industry, and you can easily observe why; pure innocence, sexiness, and elegance all together ensure that you will capture all of the attention when you wear one of these hairstyles.


    It is not difficult to learn how to create a fabulous hairstyle using loose waves on your hair. You will be able to style these gorgeous waves through your hair in no time at all if you have the right hair styling tools, products, and a little bit of practice. We have compiled this list of the most important steps to take into consideration when selecting this kind of hairstyle because it is absolutely necessary to adhere to the appropriate tutorials if you want to achieve the ideal outcome. Have fun while you read!

    First Lesson: How to Use a Hair Dryer and Curling Iron

    We have a wonderful tutorial for those of you who have thin hair that will show you how to get waves that are hardly noticeable but look completely natural. You will only require a small amount of mousse, a curling iron, and a blow dryer.

    Before You Begin: Make sure you have the appropriate haircut. If your cut is too blunt, the thick ends of your curl will make it appear less defined. You can achieve beachy waves by cutting long layers into your hair in a staggered pattern.

    First, apply the appropriate styling product to damp hair, taking into account the hair's natural texture. If you want to tame the frizz in your thick hair, work a smoothing oil through it from the middle lengths to the ends. If you have very straight hair or fine hair, you will need additional hold to keep your waves intact, so comb mousse all the way from the roots to the ends.

    Step 2: Completely dry your hair with a blow dryer, using your fingers to pull your hair taut while pointing the nozzle of the dryer downward.

    Step 3: Beginning around the face, use a curling iron with a one-inch barrel to create waves in sections that are two inches long. Keep the iron at a 45-degree angle and twist the hair away from the face as you straighten it.

    In the fourth step, you will curl the back half of your hair by first clipping the completed front sections out of the way. Maintain a vertical grip on the iron, with the top of the handle positioned slightly above the ear.

    Part 2 of the Tutorials: Braid Waves

    The hair ends up with a wonderful wavy texture after being braided. In order to modernize this method, I began my braids a little bit lower on my head and then pulled them wider in order to achieve a more undone look with my waves. This alternative tutorial makes use of wet human hair weave, in addition to a hair clip, and two small hair elastic bands. Not even a single curling wand could be found.


    In the first step, apply some product to your wet human hair, then make a part down the middle of your head and clip one of the sides out of the way.

    Step 2: Starting approximately one inch above your ear, separate a large section of your hair and cut it down the middle. This should be divided into three equal sections.

    Step 3: Braid the entire side using a Dutch braid, also known as a reverse French braid, by incorporating more hair as you move toward your nape and tucking the strands underneath. Continue braiding the three strands of hair until you reach the ends, and then secure them with a tight elastic band when you reach the nape. On the other side, repeat the process.

    Step 4: To loosen and widen the braids, give them a light tug on both sides at the same time.

    Step 5: Once your hair is completely dry, take out any elastic bands you may have used and run your fingers through your hair to create a tousled look.

    The Third Tutorial: Using Pin and Curl Clips

    When it comes to wet-setting hair, it makes sense to look at the tutorials that were used before modern heat styling tutorials were available. These tutorials can be found by searching "wet-setting hair" on Google. This straightforward arrangement produces a more undone wave than the conventional pin curl sets, and it only takes a few minutes to style. Traditional pin curl sets produce a more structured curl.

    First, apply the product to damp hair and then make a vertical section in the front of your hair, just above one of your ears. It is not necessary for this to be sectioned perfectly; in fact, it is preferable if it is not perfectly straight so that there are no part lines.

    The second step is to create a loop by wrapping the strand around your fingers away from your face to make a curl, and then wind the curl with your fingers all the way down to your scalp.

    Step 3: To keep the strand in place, you will now need to slide a pin curl clip or a duckbill clip upwards from below. The lower prong should rest against your scalp, and the upper prong should be positioned so that it passes through the middle of the curl.

    Step Four: Continue taking vertical sections all the way from the crown to the nape, wrapping them away from your face, and pinning them until you reach the center in the back of your head. It is important to remember that these pin curls do not need to be perfect. Imagine something speedy and straightforward, like wrapping the curl, pinning it, and moving on.

    Repeat the previous step on the other side of your head, this time wrapping the band in the opposite direction (but still away from your face).

    Step 6: After your hair has had enough time to dry, you can remove the clips.

    Step 7: Run your fingers through the curls to loosen and soften them up. This will help break up the curls.