Always Sunny In June

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Overnight Waves

on August 23, 2013

Ugh so unfortunately summer is coming to a close. The first day of school is like the ultimate judgment day. Everyone wears the best that they’ve got and stares everyone else down to see how they compare. Whenever I go back to school I like to have pretty hair but curling my hair takes too much effort. However this is a new technique to achieve big bouncy waves that will leave you stress free in the morning.

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Make sure you do this before bed because if you walk around you’ll look a little crazy. After you take a shower separate your hair into sections. Depending on the thickness of your hair you could have 2-4 sections. Then take one section and separate it in half. Then it all starts with a knot-

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It’s knot anything fancy (see what I did there?) Like you would tie your shoes, just make a simple knot. You can twist the strands a little to get more of a curl to your waves. Then just keep knotting until you get to the bottom.

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My hair is kinda long so I was able to get about four knots in for each section. I used those really tiny elastics to make sure my knots wouldn’t fall out while I slept. If you take showers in the morning you can do the same thing just use a hair dryer to dry your hair. Then once it’s dry take out the knots and enjoy the waves.

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Top it off with hair spray and your good to go. Tell me what you think. Have a great weekend!
-Love, June

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One response to “Overnight Waves

  1. Jae Kw says:

    looks great! I have to try it.

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