Trick 1: Curling wand
For casual, classic and loose waves, use a curling wand. With your hair completely dry, comb it very well and apply some texturising spray all over it. Working with heat protection is vital to the health of your hair. Wrap the hair flat around the cone with the roots at the base and the ends near the tip. Finally, spray the whole hair with some light-formula hairspray in order to secure the texture and to save the soft look of the curls at the same time.
Trick 2: Hairdryer
For bedhead waves, use a hairdryer. Use the concentrator attachment to blast the twist with heat until completely dry. Hold the end with fingers, but if you are new to this technique use a glove so you won’t burn yourself.
Trick 3: Crimped waves
Gather all of your hair and braid it into a standard French braid. Repeatedly, clamp down on the braid from top to bottom until the hair feels warm to touch. Pressing heat into your hair from both sides with a powerful flat iron every day could cause dryness. Thus, try to avoid the maximum temperature to use to keep hair colour safe from dulling and fading.
Trick 4: Beach waves
The curling wand was invented to create model-worthy waves. Always use a heat protect spray when you curl your hair. After, insert your fingers into the curls in order to merge the curls together and loosen them a bit.
Trick 5: Glamour waves
Use a flat iron for glamour waves and start curling small strands of hair from the bottom part. The secret is to curl your hair with the iron pointing down – this will take your beauty game to the next level! Wait for a couple of minutes before releasing the curl. Repeat the process with the next section of your hair.