Summer has finally arrived and that means it is very hot and the more comfortable you are, the better. But when we talk about hair, the story is another. Hair is the most affected during this time and you don't always know how to fix it so that it doesn't look frizzy or lose its style. Picking it up is a good option but what if you want to wear it loose for a special occasion? Well, don't worry because for that there is an excellent solution: beach waves.
This style has become the favorite of many celebrities such as Khloé Kardashian, Chrissy Teigen, Selena Gómez and Zoe Saldaña, but it is the well-known Jessica Alba waves that everyone wants to have. What makes them popular is that relaxed and beachy air that projects when it shows them off. However and as simple as it may seem, for many girls it is not so easy to achieve. To help you, we consulted with the talented Ecuadorian hair stylist Jennifer Yépez, ambassador for hair products of the Honest Beauty brand and right-hand man of celebrities such as Jessica herself as well as Salma Hayek, Zendaya and Bella Hadid, among other.
"Volumizing mist is very important because you are from morning to night [and] your hairstyle lasts," explains Yépez. "You have to [use it] because otherwise [the waves] will drop."
Beyond Hydrated Moisture Milk Leave-In Conditioner by Honest Beauty.
Honestly Uplifting Volumizing Spray by Honest Beauty.
Honestly Effortless Sea Salt Spray, by Honest Beauty.
Honestly Protected Heat Defense Spray, by Honest Beauty.
To create the beautiful waves carelessly, the expert used a one-inch curling iron and prepared the hair with a product to give volume and also added a mist to protect it from the heat of the tool.
“I take the curling iron, wrap [the hair] and leave the ends outside. [That] is very important,”he says. "You can't make all the waves the same because it doesn't fit as if they were from the beach."
If you want to see how Yépez made the fun and modern hairstyle, and listen to all the tips he shared, you have to see the full video. Do you dare to treat it?