Easy Loose Waves

29 November 2016

If there's one thing I've done a lot of this year, it's definitely hair. I've tried tons of styling tools, products and different hacks to keep my hair looking healthy. Most of them work like a charm, some that will never see the light of day on Tfdiaries sadly did not. Thankfully, I've gotten myself into a little routine when it comes to my hair. I treat it with a deep conditioning masque every time I wash my hair and I always use heat protecting products to keep my hair from getting too damaged or fried. Currently my bangs are in that awkward, not willing to work with me stage so I'm ignoring them and making the best of having in them constantly in my face.

 I've also found myself blow drying my hair more and more over the last several month. Since my ancient hair dryer broke in August I've been using the Fromm 1907 Lighweight dryer, and I'm kind of obsessed. It has 3 different heat settings, a low and high setting and a cool blast. Don't let the ultra light, quiet dryer fool you, it packs a mean punch and gets the job done fast.

One of my go to styles of late is definitely embracing my curls in the form of a loose wave. It's super simple to recreate and takes minimal timing so you can spend more time on the things that matter, like more coffee and maybe the right outfit.

Get The Look:
Post shower, lightly towel dry the excess dampness from your hair. With your fingers apply a blow dry protectant cream through your hair. I used: Macadamia Professional Blow Dry Lotion and a spritz or two of Kérastase Elixir Ultime

Next, with the Fromm Hot Paddle Brush I blow out my hair starting with my bangs. I found what works best if brushing them from side to side dries and styles them the quickest. You can touch them up later. 

For extra volume and loose waves I used the Fromm Square Thermal Round Brush. I touched up any flat pieces with a 1.5" ceramic styling wand. Spritz with K√©rastase Elixir Ultime and go!