If you have long wavy hair (or you want to have one), you’ll love these chic ideas. You can even create waves without using heat!
There was a time when almost everyone wanted to have sleek, straight hair. Some women would invest in rebonding, blowouts, and other hair straightening treatments to achieve this. Now, there are straight-haired women who wants to have wavy or curly hair. We really want what we do not have, don’t we?
Thankfully, there are styling tools and products that are available to help you get the hair you want. If you’re in the mood for long wavy hair, check out these pegs that can inspire you.
Long wavy hair ideas to try
1. Sock curls
If you’re not a fan of heated styling tools because of the potential damage they can do to your hair, try sock curls. Instead of using a curling iron, you simply use—yep, that’s right—socks to create waves.
Simply roll one section of damp hair around a sock, then tie the sock into a knot once it reaches your nape or your crown (it’s totally up to you). Repeat until all sections of your hair have been rolled around a sock. Wait for your hair to dry, untie the socks, and voila! Hello, heatless waves.
2. Tousled hair
Here’s another heatless hair hack that you can do. Instead of socks, you’re going to use bobby pins to create tousled hair. Twist small sections of your damp hair into tiny buns, secure with pins, and wait for your hair to dry.
When you’re going out in the afternoon, you can wash your hair in the morning and pin your hair. Do some crafts or watch your favorite TV series while your waves set. Remove your pins when your hair has dried, and be amazed at how you were able to make it wavy without using a curly iron.
Editor’s tip: Apply TONI&GUY High Shine Serum Drops as finishing touch to make your waves sleek and frizz-free.
3. Shallow waves
When you simply want to add a little bounce to your pin-straight hair, you can create shallow waves using a blow dryer or a curling iron. You can also use a flat iron to do this. Just remember put your tools in low to medium heat setting so your waves won’t be tight.
Shallow waves are perfect when you want to glam up on a casual day. You can wear this ‘do when you go to the mall or to your favorite nail salon for a pampering session.
4. Beach waves
Got long, layered hair? Spice it up even more with beach waves. If you already have naturally wavy hair, the layers can help distribute the volume to give your long hair a good shape. If you have straight hair, various curling techniques can give you this hairstyle.
What’s great about beach waves is that it doesn’t need to be polished and perfect. It’s a great ‘do for second-day hair when you want to play with texture. You can even disguise a bad hair day with beach waves.
Editor’s tip: Protect your hair from heat damage when using styling tools. Spritz TONI&GUY Heat Protection Mist on your hair before blow drying or curling.
5. Sexy romantic waves
Chic, classy, and sophisticated—be all of these when you create sexy romantic waves. This hairstyle goes perfectly with your favorite LBD and statement jewelry. With sexy romantic waves, you’ll look stunning as you clink glasses with your friends at a cocktail party or talk with your beau over a sumptuous five-course meal at your favorite restaurant.
Editor’s tip: Get hair that’s free from damage and frizz by using Cream Silk Triple Keratin Rescue Ultimate Repair & Shine Conditioner. This product also helps make your hair soft and shiny, so you can rock whatever hairstyle you like.
Get the products you need to nail long wavy hair using these links:
TONI&GUY High Shine Serum Drops
TONI&GUY Heat Protection Mist
Cream Silk Triple Keratin Rescue Ultimate Repair & Shine Conditioner
Ready to rock long wavy hair? Remember, though, that your hair is great, whether it’s straight, wavy, or curly. With the right tools and products, you can style it to suit whatever mood you’re in. Have fun!
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