December 01, 2017
we get asked a lot how to get natural LOOSE WAVES that showcase relaxed curls, so today we’re going to show you.
if you’re starting with clean hair, you may find it difficult to hold the wave. misting in ‘fix’ all over the roots will really help to prep your hair before you start styling it.
after you wash your hair, follow this process:
work nvenn’s ‘protect’ through the hair a second time before you start curling it.
HEAT PROTECTANT is a must-have for anyone who uses heated styling tools. nvenn’s protect creates an invisible layer between your hair and the styling tools. it’s vital that you make sure to coat your entire head with it- not just a few areas.
your hair might be a little moist after using the protectant, that’s okay. it’ll have time to dry as your curling iron is warming up.
with your curling iron heated up and ready to go, it’s time to section your hair. divide it into three even sections; (the nape or “the basement”, the middle or “the main floor”, and the top of the head or “the roof”)
keep in mind that the sections you curl need to be pretty big because we’re going for those LOOSE WAVES.
the key to ensuring the waves look NATURAL is alternating the directions your curling the hair in. you’re going to alternate the direction from section to section and also from the top to the bottom of the strand. for the first section, you want to start towards the root and curl the top part of the section away from the face and the bottom part towards the face. for the second section, you’ll want to do the opposite.
you’ll repeat this process throughout every section on the head.
to finish the style, use some of nvenn’s ‘smooth’ to tame any flyaways. you’ll want to warm the product up in your hands and gently work it throughout your hair, breaking up the curls.
once you’re happy with your waves, spray a layer of nvenn’s ‘fix’ to finish the look and keep the waves in place.
have you tried this stye? how do you like to wear your WAVES? tell us in the comments :)
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