My hair dryer wasn't ceramic or ionic, so I also upgraded to the One 'n Only Argan Heat hair dryer because the ceramic plate is infused with argan oil and it's ionic to dry my hair quicker.
Even though my hair is short, it is very thick. Using a flat iron is a nightmare without clips, and getting beachy waves without section off my hair is next to impossible. These clips are fun and easy to use one handed, so I picked up a new set while I was at Sally Beauty.
Beachy Waves on Short Hair
1. Wash and dry your hair. If your doesn't hold curl well or you have curly hair that you're trying to change the curl pattern, spray your hair with hair spray and let it dry before you use heat.
2. Part your hair and section it off using clips. If your hair is thin, you might be able to section off the left and right and that's it. Since my hair is thick, I separate each side in to top and bottom sections.
3. Rather than taking a horizontal section of hair, you want to take a vertical section of hair and hold your flat iron vertically. Then flip the iron back and pull it through your hair. I leave the bottom few inches uncurled.
4. Let the waves rest while you finish that section. Then spray with hair spray. Gently loosen the waves to get the desired look.
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