Beachy Waves

Today, I’m pleased to post my first ever hair tutorial!! In a few of my past makeup videos, I’ve done my hair in loose, beachy waves and have had comments asking for a tutorial.  So here it is!  This is a super simple way to get those sexy, slightly messy waves that are perfect for summer.  I do this to my hair multiple times a week and it makes for a great “second day” (a day where you don’t wash your hair) style as well.  It can be tricky to get the movement of the straightener down at first, but don’t be discouraged.  There is no right or wrong to this style, so just keep practicing and you’ll be a pro before you know it!

Products used:
Ultra CHI Soft Touch Flat Iron

On me:
Bronzed Beauty Makeup
Hollister Woven Shirt
Disney White Leather Glitter Mickey Mouse Watch
Essie Nailpolish (adore-a-ball)

I hope you’ve all enjoyed this hair tutorial! Please let me know in the comments below if you have any suggestions for future tutorials or products I should try.  Also, for more updates from Glow of Grace be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel, like on Facebook, and follow me on Twitter and Pinterest!  Your support means the world to me!

 

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Jamie says:

    I love that you are branching out with different facets of cosmetics and beauty care! I’d love to see what you think are some fun looks for spring as the weather gets nicer. Maybe some general looks for the season and how to pair them with different hair/makeup ?! Since you already do my makeup with me and you now are doing my hair, I figured it’s just easier if you tell me how to dress as well 🙂

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    1. Rachel says:

      No problem! I’ll start putting together some looks for spring/summer to share with you guys!

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  2. Dawn Weiland says:

    I agree with Jamie~ I would love to see some fashion too. The video was great. It’s definitely easier to watch it and mimic what you do. My hair is curly but super fine, it helped to separate the layers first to give it a fuller look.

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  3. Annie says:

    Thank you so much for posting this!! I had been looking for a good beachy wave look and this is the only method that actually worked! Thanks again!

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    1. Rachel says:

      You’re welcome!! I’m so glad that you found it to be helpful! 🙂

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