Making your hair wavy doesn't need to be a permanent decision. Get temporarily wavy hair with help from a hair stylist in this free video clip.
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Hi, my name's Christa, and I'm a beauty stylist in Tampa, Florida, and today I'm going to show you how to get temporarily wavy hair. Today, our tools are going to be hair spray, as well as a Marcel curling iron. So, let's go ahead and get started. First, you're going to clip your hair up, and to do this, I kind of like to take horseshoe sectioning within the hair. And, I kind of like the texture of my wavy hair, but I want to make a little bit better for my temporarily wavy hair, so I'm going to go through, and whatever pieces that I see that are frizzy, going to hit a little bit with hairspray, take my Marcel, starting at the base, and just kind of pull it through, wrapping it around. Now, if you don't know to use a Marcel, you can also you a spring curling iron. That is, whatever works. And I hold it for about ten seconds, bring it down, pull. And even if you want to have the texture of your hair, you can always just kind of go through, and hit, like, the last four inches of the hair. (In background: Say that again.) Okay. And even if you still want the texture of the hair, but you don't like how the ends came out, after you diffused it, you can go through, and take, like, the last four inches of the hair, and just curl it just to kind of give that finished look on the ends. And change up the direction of your curls. So, you might go back one time, and then forward the next. Now, the reason I'm not going through and curling every single piece is because with wavy hair, it can look undone and natural. It's kind of however you want it to look. There's no rhyme or reason with wavy hair. And that is how you get temporarily wavy hair. My main tool today was my Marcel. It definitely does wonders and made this fabulous creation. Thank you for watching. I'm Christa.