Veronica J (@veronicaj)
8 months ago

Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you make your wave hair:

Begin by sectioning the hair.

Take sections of hair — the smaller the section, the tighter the wave. (If you have thin hair, you can take smaller sections. If you have thicker hair, take bigger sections.)

Start clamping the top of the hair and work your way to the bottom. Clamp the first section, and then clamp the next section right after the very first bump.

Continue to the next section of hair and do again.

For the top layer (last layer of hair) you can apply the Be Professional Waver as a wand to create loose curls.

Saige likes to use a regular curling iron for the last layer. The waver creates the right amount of volume and thickness underneath.

Take small sections of hair on the top layer and curl. Use fingers to pull curls and waves together and add some texturizing spray to get that beachy, messy, lived-in look.