It’s been about four years since I did a tutorial on how to do some flat iron beach waves. Seeing that this is the number one way I’ve done my hair over the past four
I save a lot of hairstyles on Pinterest. 78% of those I adore, but couldn’t possibly replicate (Double pull through braids were a massive fail and I’d love that 30 minutes of my life back
Gotta love when you find a quick under 2-minute hairdo to rock regularly. Yeah, it’s one part quasi chic twist, and one part “I swear I didn’t sleep in this overnight and was too lazy
Just wishing you a day filled with some sunshine and beach waves. Whether it be bed head beach waves, lazy -I can’t find a brush beach waves, flat iron/curling iron beach waves, or my favorite…
I love low ponytails, you know, the messy kind where they look like they’re almost falling out, but aren’t. Throw in a few twists so it vaguely looks like a braid or a knot or
Well, my hair is officially long enough to do some loopy braids. Aka a ‘do I’ve had my eye on for a while, but haven’t had enough real estate in the hair department to pull it
Ok, I have important things to talk abut and share, but sometimes there just are freakishly good hair days that are worth documenting too. My hair was actually clean for this one, which has me
So this is pretty cool. And amusing. And long overdue in sharing. This summer I made a video for Brocato showing how to use their Vibrastrait flat iron to easily make some messy beach waves.
It’s the small victories sometimes. Like my hair today, for example. I’ve been trying to achieve this type of wet beach wave look for over a week now, and finally figured it out. High five.
In case you don’t know, now you’ll know. Because the hair flip (especially when captured in a pic) is a good skill to have… • Stand in body of water that is about waist deep.