Beachwaver Vibes: Get The Look With The Hot Tools Deep Waver

Lorie Knickle May 25, 2020

Are you looking for a fun, beachy look that requires very little effort? Make the Hot Tools Deep Waver your go-to for a fun beachwaver vibe. Follow Master Stylist Cindy Duplantis as she shows you everything you need to rock these waves.

  1. For this look you will need the Hot Tools Deep Waver and heat protection spray. Cindy recommends Redken Fabricate 03 for this style.
  2. Spray thoroughly with your heat protection spray of choice.
  3. Section your hair, starting underneath. The bottom sections can be a bit larger to create the base for your style.
  4. Take the first section and place the deep waver close to the scalp. Hold horizontally and clamp the plates together. Hold for a moment, then open the deep waver, move down a few inches and clamp the deep waver in place again. Hold for a moment and release. Continue down the section of hair until you reach the tips.
  5. Hot Tip! For more volume, hold the hair up and opposite the direction of growth.
    Continue this process on all of the bottom sections.
  6. Once you reach the sections closer to the top of your head, make the sections smaller to create more waves.
  7. After all sections have been ironed, tousle and roughen up your roots to create more volume. Break up the waves by running your fingertips through to the ends so the look becomes more natural.

Check out the video below to follow along with Cindy!



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