Ah, the beachy waves hairstyle. At first we thought it was just a trend. Few years later and we’re all still obsessing over this sun-kissed style inspired by the beach trips we wished would never end. But they did (they always do, huhu). It’s a good thing we can always look like we’ve been hangin’ out by the ocean even when all we’ve ever seen in the last couple of months is concrete and well, EDSA traffic. The beachy waves look is a good way to channel your inner mermaid—just ask Bea Marin.
We recently challenged her to create this look her way, and she took us up on it! We just sent her a box containing awesome products she can use to do the ‘do and we let her do her thing. Girl totally nailed it! Watch her video above to see how she did it. You might want to take notes!
Bea Marin on how to create a beachy waves hairstyle
For a frizz-free hairstyle, begin by washing your hair with TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Shampoo and conditioning it with TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Conditioner. This would make styling easier, and your hair more fabulous.
Brush your hair to smoothen it and get rid of the tangles.
Flat, limp locks just won’t do with this hairstyle, so spray the roots of your hair with TONI&GUY Sky High Volume Dry Shampoo to create body, volume, and movement.
For natural-looking waves, use a rounded, medium-sized flat iron. Create beachy waves by wrapping a small section of hair around the iron. Count 5-8 seconds and then slowly pull the iron towards the end and release. Curl by sections.
Set the curls with hairspray
Make sure your pretty curls don’t disappear by setting it with hairspray. Mist your tresses with TRESemmé Extra Hold Hairspray, making sure everything’s evenly covered.
Brush hair lightly
Run the brush through your hair again to loosen up the curls and make them look more natural.
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Bea makes it looks so easy! Well, it kind of really is, especially if you have great styling products to create the look with! So make sure you stock up and get stylin’!