It's coming to that time of year where the undone look is in and I'm always looking for ways to create that. I'm talking how to get beachy waves without a trip to the beach as you know, we can't all have that all the time as much as we may like to. So if you're wondering how to get waves hair with little effort then you're in the right place.
It's so important to start with a great shampoo and conditioner and for this look, I'd completely recommend the John Frieda Beach Blonde range and their shampoo* and conditioner*. Don't be put of by the the name, this range isn't just for blondes. In fact I don't really know why they called it that, but you know, they did, but all of you that are lusting after beachy waves then this is totally for you. These cleanse and hydrate your hair while adding texture and shine and that's just what you want for this look. Onto the actual drying of your hair and to get the beachy textured waves in your hair that your after, then you need a good salt spray and again the John Frieda Beach Blonde Sea Waves Sea Salt Spray* is great and so is the Schwarzkopf got2b Beach Matt Mermaid Look Texturising Salt Spray* so I couldn't not mention that too. Both of these work in the same way, you just spritz it onto towel dried hair and dry, but what I'd recommend doing is twisting your hair into long strands as you go and dry it that way and you'll get even more of a beachy wave in your hair with a little bit more texture. I love this look, it's perfect for the spring and summer and it helps me feel a little better about not heading to a hot beach as I can have the amazing hair that you'd end up with as a result of it anyway. Such an easy look to do and just about everyone can pull it off. You can pick all of these products up on the high street, so don't worry about breaking the bank on this look. It's a total bargain!
Beachy waves are just around the corner with a little help from these friends...
Have you got a hankering for wavy hair?