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Wave Hairstyles

 Whilst Marcel Waves were created with a heated curling iron, making it longer lasting and easier to achieve. Designed in 1872 by Francois Marcel, a French hairdresser, the curling irons revolutionised hair styling and made the marcel wave (and variations of the wave) popular for over 50 years.

Wave Hairstyles

Jane Lynch decides on a short shaggy haircut with razored layers. The short length like Jane’s doesn’t let your hair shape the complete curl, and your locks settle in soft waves which feature jagged contours for an extra edge. The side part and cropped side bangs make Jane’s look extremely feminine. Note that the bangs are styled up, away from the face and then to a side. This is a good solution for round and square faces, because they always need a slimming effect from hairstyles. Short wavy hairstyles do this job perfectly!

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Larger curls or loose waves look very showy and trendy in short hairstyles. These can be bouncy curls, maintaining shape, or chaotic waves with an effect of a “bedhead”. Color accents in short hairstyles is one of the most chic tendencies nowadays. These can be either nuance or contrasting highlights throughout the head or on the bangs. It’s better if you trust the delicate dying job to a professional stylist, because it takes skillful hands and experience to succeed in complicated matters like this one.

Wave Hairstyles

So sleek and gorgeous! The wave was developed, as a way of softening the hard appearance of the fashionable bob of the flapper period. Finger Waves and Marcel Waves look very similar, with the only real difference being the way in which they are achieved.

Wave Hairstyles

1 Of 57 Julianne Hough Rather than regularly curl her naturally straight hair, Julianne threw it back to the ’80s and went for a longer-lasting treatment—the perm. Yep, the actress tapped Olaplex, a hair-bond-strengthening brand, to give her a modern twist on the trend your mother used to love. “The stylists at Nine Zero One salon mixed Olaplex in with perm lotion to create looser, beachier, permanent waves,” according to Glamour. The result: A no-fuss hairstyle that’s perfect for summer. Instagram/@ninezeroone 2 Of 57 Kerry WashingtonTo achieve these gorgeous waves, celebrity hairstylist Larry Sims suggests starting with a light, alcohol-free styling spray, and then wrapping small sections of hair around a quarter-inch curling iron. The key to this look—curling hair in opposite directions. Finish with a light tousle and a mist of hairspray. GETTY IMAGES Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 57 Kim Kardashian West”To get hair to sit back on your shoulders, blow-dry it away from your face and use a large, round brush to create the movement, angling the brush away from your hairline,” says British celebrity hairstylist Mark Hill. Use a flat iron or curling iron to refine curls—just make sure to angle the curls out and away from the face. GETTY IMAGES 4 Of 57 Kate HudsonCreate these effortlessly cool waves by letting hair air-dry with a center part. “Then use a large-barrel curling iron to wrap hair away from the face on each side,” says celebrity hairstylist Larry Sims. Finish with a misting of salt spray for a slightly undone, more natural texture. GETTY IMAGES Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 57 Jessica Alba”Jessica’s sporting an A-line, mid-length bob with ultra-long layers,” says David Babaii, a partner in Blo Blow Dry Bar. “If hair is wavy, simply dry with a diffuser, wrapping sections around your fingers to help waves form. If your hair is straighter, use a large-barrel curling iron after blow-drying.” GETTY IMAGES 6 Of 57 Julia RobertsShow off beachy-blonde highlights with an easygoing, tousled look. A brightening shampoo to bring out your highlights, natural or otherwise, makes a huge difference. After towel-drying hair, spritz root to end with a salt spray to create natural, surfer-girl style.Dab a little leave-in conditioner on the ends if they start to look fried or dry/dull. Steve Granitz/WireImage.comAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 57 Teri HatcherRocker waves are easy if you use the right combination of products. First, work some dry shampoo through your hair — you’ll get volume and soak up any greasiness.Then, use a little texture balm, warm it up in your palms and really work the product into your strands. Too much will actually weigh your style down, so less is definitely more here.Flip hair upside-down and scrunch hair using a spritz of spray gel. You don’t want loads of frizz to take your look from sexy to sloppy. Mark Sullivan/WireImage.com 8 Of 57 Ellen PompeoShow off your layers by bringing out the wave in your hair. Switch to a clarifying shampoo to get rid of product buildup, which can weigh your natural texture down.Run a conditioning styling cream through your hair and let it air-dry while you get dressed, do your makeup, and eat breakfast. Try not to touch your hair while it dries to avoid causing frizz. GETTY IMAGESAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 57 BeyoncéGet long, cascading curls with high shine. First, wash and deep-condition so you get a healthy, glossy shine.Dry hair with a round brush. Then use a large curling iron and, alternating two-inch sections, roll hair around the barrel in one direction and then again in the other direction to create a ripple effect.Once you’re done, spritz everything with an aerosol shine spray. M Caulfield/WireImage.com 10 Of 57 Rose McGowanIf you have a cut with a lot of layers, this style is easy to achieve. Use a color-boosting shampoo to keep your highlights looking vibrant.Run some anti-frizz cream through hair from root to tip.Then blow-dry roots and bangs with a round brush.Leave the ends damp, and roughly dry them so they add texture to the look. John Shearer/WireImage.com Next Gallery Red, White, and Blue Nail Designs for July Fourth Stars, stripes and more. Wow ’em with these patriotic nail ideas. By Amanda Hawkins and Sam Escobar GIF Of 57 Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Presented by Created by Created by Redbook for From Redbook for

Wave Hairstyles

1 Of 57 Julianne Hough Rather than regularly curl her naturally straight hair, Julianne threw it back to the ’80s and went for a longer-lasting treatment—the perm. Yep, the actress tapped Olaplex, a hair-bond-strengthening brand, to give her a modern twist on the trend your mother used to love. “The stylists at Nine Zero One salon mixed Olaplex in with perm lotion to create looser, beachier, permanent waves,” according to Glamour. The result: A no-fuss hairstyle that’s perfect for summer. Instagram/@ninezeroone 2 Of 57 Kerry WashingtonTo achieve these gorgeous waves, celebrity hairstylist Larry Sims suggests starting with a light, alcohol-free styling spray, and then wrapping small sections of hair around a quarter-inch curling iron. The key to this look—curling hair in opposite directions. Finish with a light tousle and a mist of hairspray. GETTY IMAGES Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 57 Kim Kardashian West”To get hair to sit back on your shoulders, blow-dry it away from your face and use a large, round brush to create the movement, angling the brush away from your hairline,” says British celebrity hairstylist Mark Hill. Use a flat iron or curling iron to refine curls—just make sure to angle the curls out and away from the face. GETTY IMAGES 4 Of 57 Kate HudsonCreate these effortlessly cool waves by letting hair air-dry with a center part. “Then use a large-barrel curling iron to wrap hair away from the face on each side,” says celebrity hairstylist Larry Sims. Finish with a misting of salt spray for a slightly undone, more natural texture. GETTY IMAGES Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 57 Jessica Alba”Jessica’s sporting an A-line, mid-length bob with ultra-long layers,” says David Babaii, a partner in Blo Blow Dry Bar. “If hair is wavy, simply dry with a diffuser, wrapping sections around your fingers to help waves form. If your hair is straighter, use a large-barrel curling iron after blow-drying.” GETTY IMAGES 6 Of 57 Julia RobertsShow off beachy-blonde highlights with an easygoing, tousled look. A brightening shampoo to bring out your highlights, natural or otherwise, makes a huge difference. After towel-drying hair, spritz root to end with a salt spray to create natural, surfer-girl style.Dab a little leave-in conditioner on the ends if they start to look fried or dry/dull. Steve Granitz/WireImage.comAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 57 Teri HatcherRocker waves are easy if you use the right combination of products. First, work some dry shampoo through your hair — you’ll get volume and soak up any greasiness.Then, use a little texture balm, warm it up in your palms and really work the product into your strands. Too much will actually weigh your style down, so less is definitely more here.Flip hair upside-down and scrunch hair using a spritz of spray gel. You don’t want loads of frizz to take your look from sexy to sloppy. Mark Sullivan/WireImage.com 8 Of 57 Ellen PompeoShow off your layers by bringing out the wave in your hair. Switch to a clarifying shampoo to get rid of product buildup, which can weigh your natural texture down.Run a conditioning styling cream through your hair and let it air-dry while you get dressed, do your makeup, and eat breakfast. Try not to touch your hair while it dries to avoid causing frizz. GETTY IMAGESAdvertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 57 BeyoncéGet long, cascading curls with high shine. First, wash and deep-condition so you get a healthy, glossy shine.Dry hair with a round brush. Then use a large curling iron and, alternating two-inch sections, roll hair around the barrel in one direction and then again in the other direction to create a ripple effect.Once you’re done, spritz everything with an aerosol shine spray. M Caulfield/WireImage.com 10 Of 57 Rose McGowanIf you have a cut with a lot of layers, this style is easy to achieve. Use a color-boosting shampoo to keep your highlights looking vibrant.Run some anti-frizz cream through hair from root to tip.Then blow-dry roots and bangs with a round brush.Leave the ends damp, and roughly dry them so they add texture to the look. John Shearer/WireImage.com Next Gallery Red, White, and Blue Nail Designs for July Fourth Stars, stripes and more. Wow ’em with these patriotic nail ideas. By Amanda Hawkins and Sam Escobar

Wave Hairstyles

Wave Hairstyles

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