The beachy waves is one of the most classic and sought after hairstyles for women. Experts predict that women will continue to try and get this hairstyle for the new year… but here comes another options: boho waves. The main appeal of beachy waves is its use of natural looking curls. With boho waves, it takes that to another level. The result? You have waves that look like you have slept in them and so natural that it gives that free-spirited vibe to it, thus the name.
If you’re a fan of this hairstyle, here’s some good news: the trends suggest that boho waves are going to be popular in 2015. So why don’t you take this time to practice how to do this hairstyle?
Step 1: Add texture to hair.
Before you start working on your hair, spray a small amount of texturising or sea salt spray. This will help to provide more texture to your strands and create that relaxed look later on.
Step 2: Part your hair and start curling.
Once you have parted your hair the way you want to, start taking out small sections of hair and wrapping it onto a curling iron. For relaxed curls, work on small sections of hair at a time. Make sure to curl it towards your face.
Step 3: Re-wrap your hair.
When you are done curling a particular section of your hair, uncurl it and then wrap the same section again on the curling iron. However, this time, wrap it towards the opposing direction (which should be away from your face). Hold the hair until the surface of your hair gets barely hot. This technique will produce a barely there and somewhat messy looking waves, which is exactly what you’re looking for.
Step 4: Continue curling the rest of your hair.
For best results, make sure to alternate between small to large sections of hair when curling them. This will help produce natural looking waves due to the lack of uniformity in the wave pattern.
Step 5: Work it with your fingers:
When you are done curling all of your hair, it is time to put your best tool to use: your fingers. Fluff your waves up using your fingers. You can also add a spray wax if you like, however it is completely optional.
Would you wear this hairstyle trend this year?