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Curling Iron

6 Curling Irons You Need In Your Life

Are you a fan of beach waves, loose curls, sexy-mermaid waves, and just curls in general? If so, then you should have these curling irons.

6 Curling Irons For Any Type Of Curl

There are a lot of creative ways you can curl you hair. One of them is the now very trendy, beach waves. But if you’re getting tired of the same look, switch it up!

Today we see tons of how-to-curl tutorials on the internet. A lot of them look gorgeous at the end of their video and when we try it at home, it’s just not the same. One important thing to remember when curling you hair and wanting to achieve a specific type of curl is that your curling iron plays the most important role in curling. If you have just one curling iron, you better check the infographic below.


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How To: Effortless Beach Waves For Short Hair

Nothing beats gorgeous, beachy waves that look effortless. You often see this on women with longer hair, but what about us gals with shorter locks? This tutorial will help you create stunning beach waves for short hair in no time!
Get a gorgeous “I woke up like this” look with this step by step tutorial!

How To Create Beach Waves For Short Hair | Effortless Beachy Waves
When medium haircuts spiraled the internet, it inspired a ton of women to chop off their long locks (myself included). But it seems now we’re getting a bit bored and starting to miss all the styles we could create with our longer hair.

This tutorial will bring excitement to your shorter hair and show you exactly how to create those gorgeous beachy waves we see Victoria’s Secret models master. So if you’re in love with the beach goddess look, read on to find out how you can get effortless beach waves for your short hair.

What You’ll Need:
1. A 32mm barrel curling iron
2. Dry shampoo
3. Gloves (in case you’re not familiar with using curling irons)
Tip: Curls look so much better two days after you washed your hair. If you just washed, go ahead and put on some dry shampoo to improve the texture so that the curls stay longer.

Step 1: Brush through your hair
Make sure you don’t have any knotted hair. This will help when you begin curling your hair.

Step 2: Section it off
NEVER curl your hair in one go. Create 3 or 4 (depending on how thick your hair is) sections and start from the bottom by clipping the rest upwards.

Step 3: Start by getting a small section of your hair

Step 4: Curl this section!

Step 5: Repeat steps 3 and 4
Until you reach the top part of your sectioned hair.

Step 6: Loosen
After curling all your hair, run your fingers through to loosen everything up.

Step 7: Spray with hairspray
When spraying, make sure the bottle is at least 1 foot away from your hair.

Step 8: Adjust
Repeat steps 6 and 7 if you feel you’re not satisfied with the results.

And you’re done!

Tip: For better results, sleep with this hairstyle on to create the gorgeous, effortless “I woke up like this” beach waves the next day!

Feel free to watch the full video tutorial here:


The Best Hair Hack ♥ How to Cut & Layer Your Hair at Home



This hair tutorial will show you how to cut your own hair in layers.
This is great if you want to get rid of split ends that are dry and splayed.
I used the ponytail technique to create shorter layers at the front of my face and longer layers at the back.
I saw this method of cutting hair on Pinterest quite some time ago and I've been using it since (before this I was using the hair slithering technique to create layers).
The result is a layered haircut in a soft V shape at the back.
You can either use thinning scissors to soften the bluntness of the ends or your can use the point cutting technique which I showed you in the video.
To do the point cutting technique, slide your fingers horizontally down your hair to flatten the tip of your hair and cut into your ends using the points of the scissors.
Good luck!

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Flat Iron
Hair Brush
Hair Ties
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