Weightless Waves You’ll Wear for the Rest of The Summer and Beyond

Miriam Herst | 30 July 2018
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Wear these weightless waves till the cold front comes in.

We love a hairstyle that requires minimal effort and also accurately portrays what we aim for our signature summer style to be: easy, effortless and carefree. These weightless waves will take you all of two minutes to create and will simultaneously help you nail the perfect air-dried style. Learning how to air-dry your strands in a way that yields perfect results every time is a skill you’ll want to lock in before fall arrives. Grab these key effective products from your local drugstore and learn how to create these weightless waves just in time for the last month of summer:



Weightless Waves You’ll Fall In Love With



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Easy and effortless in a summery way.

You’ll want to start off your weightless waves routine by washing your hair with a thickening shampoo and conditioner to give your waves all the volume and “oomph” you’re looking for. We love using TRESemmé Thick & Full Shampoo and Conditioner to prep for the perfect weightless waves. When you get out of the shower, carefully squeeze out excess water but avoid rubbing your towel against your strands. This will ensure that your waves are as defined and frizz-free as possible.

TRESemmé THICK & FULL SHAMPOO
TRESemmé THICK & FULL CONDITIONER

Next up, you’ll want to spritz Bed Head by TIGI Beach Me Wave Defining Gel Mist on the bottom three-quarters of your hair. Spray the product generously through your strands and try not to touch them with your fingers. Once again, this will help you avoid frizz and friction and leave with weightless, effortlessly defined waves.

BED HEAD BY TIGI BEACH ME WAVE DEFINING GEL MIST

Let your hair air-dry while you do your makeup and start your day. Or sleep on your damp hair for a very literal slept-in look. This hair product cocktail will ensure that your strands look more ‘chic and undone’ and less ‘bedhead and frizzy.’

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