These new HASK Hawaiian Sea Salt Beach Texture Collection of products are making me wish I had my long hair again. I’m loving how easy these products help me achieve beachy waves. And the smell! These products smell like vacation.
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How I Do Beach Waves with Short Hair
When I have short hair, it tends to get really poofy if I just let it all air dry on its own. To achieve the look of beach waves, after shampooing and conditioning with HASK’s Hawaiian Sea Salt Beach Texture Shampoo and Hawaiian Sea Salt Beach Texture Conditioner, I blow-dry most of my hair, leaving some of it to air dry.
After I’ve blow-dried most of my hair, I spritz it with HASK’s Hawaiian Sea Salt Makin’ Waves Texture Spray. After spritzing my hair with the texture spray, I lightly scrunch my hair, adjusting any fluffy pieces with my fingers. The trick is to not touch your hair with a brush once the scrunching process has begun.
Once my hair is completely dry, I go through it and define a few waves with a curling iron or with my flat iron. I typically take about five chunks on each side and define those waves/curls, and then about five chunks in the back, making sure not to curl the hair the same direction. When you curl the hair in the same direction, it tends to look too polished. With beach waves, we’re going for that “natural” look.