Friday, 26 October 2012

Make Waves

  



I keep falling in love with Neha Dhupia’s gorgeous curls over and over again so I decided to try it for myself but without using a curling iron! Three things I tried that worked (on a temporary basis as my hair is extremely silky and straight).

1. Use a salt spray
Ever notice how fab your hair tends to look after a day spent by the ocean? It naturally gets soft waves on its own. Most people have some sort of natural wave to their hair, and a good salt spray is great for really bringing this out. Salt sprays should do the job for pretty much any hair type, from thin and straight to thick and wavy. They also add volume (especially great for girls with thinner hair) and help get rid of frizz. Since salt sprays can be pretty drying, it’s not a good idea to use these every day.

2. Hair Buns
Wash your hair, section it into equal parts, and twist and wrap damp hair into two to four low buns. You can spray a little hair spray (or even salt spray) for extra hold and definition. This is best to do at night after you get out of the shower. When you wake up, undo the buns and lightly brush through your hair with your fingers. You can also apply more salt spray and scrunch if you wish, in order to give your waves extra definition.

3. Braids
Just like the previous method this one works well in the night. Before going to sleep soak your hair in water and then start tie small braid on your damp hair. Tie small thin braids if you want more curls and big thick braids if you simply want soft waves. Make sure the ends of the braids are tied with a tight grip. Now get ready to sleep on the hairstyle that you just created and get up with fab wavy hair.
Images from: Google and High Heel Confidential

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