Monday, July 30, 2012

How to: loose waves using a 3 barrel waver.

Hey guys, today i'll show you how to create loose waves using a 3 barrel curler (as seen above) . I'll also show you a cute hairstyle to do with the waves at the end. So just keep on reading :)
I'm also making this because I searched ALL over youtube and could not find a tutorial on using the 3 barrel waver on short hair. So I hope I explained good enough :)

What you will need:
    Hairspray ( I use Aussie)
    Teasing comb
    Hair clip
    3 barrel curler (I'm using Revlons)
    I also used Chi silk infusion

Step ONE: If you are using any silkening gloss; this is the time to do so. You will apply this ONLY to your ends.

Step TWO: You then will teast the top of your hair (this will make your waves have more volume at the root.

 1. Lift up a small section of hair
 2. Spray hairspray at roots
 4. Using a teasing comb; start at middle of your hair and comb downwards.

 Keep doing this until you get desired volume. (it should look this crazy :p)

5. Lightly comb down the crazyness and it should look something like this.

Step THREE: Now you need to section off the bottom of your hair.

Step FOUR: Now it's time to start waving your hair!!

1. Grab small section of hair and clamp the waver down as close to the root as possible.
 2. Next you will place the top barrel on the last curve. (this will make the waves continuous)
 3. It will look like this when you're done.
 You will keep doing this and letting down layers of your hair until you have finished every piece. It should look like this. ** Doing your bangs is OPTIONAL.

Step FIVE: You will then take your fingers and shake your hair to break apart the sections.

It should look like this in the end. Make sure to spray hairspray!!!!!

You can leave your hair down or you can continue to the next step for a cute hairstyle :)

All you need to do is split your bangs down the middle; take one side, twist it and pin it down. Repeat on other side.

 And this is the result look!!

I hope you guys enjoyed this tutorial :)

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