7 Ways to Get Beach Waves
We're willing to bet money on the fact that effortless, laid-back waves will never go out of style. Beach waves are one of the rare trends that surpasses trendiness and becomes a beauty stalwart as a go-to look for stars and civilians alike. This probably has more than a little to do with the fact that they're super-easy to create and achievable for almost every hair type. Behold, our seven favorite ways to get those coveted beach waves.
1. Naturally Wavy: Start With The Right Haircut
For women with medium-textured hair with a wave, achieving the beachy Gisele Bündchen look is all about the cut. “If your hair's not layered the right way, it won't curl the right way,” says celebrity hair stylist and John Frieda International Creative Consultant Harry Josh, who’s been Gisele’s mane man for years. Layers should be concentrated around the face, leaving the back almost one length. He recommends using a round brush on front layers to get subtle movement at the ends.