There's something really calm and incredibly feminine about barely-there waves. They are minimalist, effortless and one of the most popular hairstyles for women. A natural-looking movement paired with a subtle finish lends these pretty curves their gentle appeal. As compared to other texturized hairstyles, barely-there waves can be created very quickly – another feature that makes them a hot favorite amongst women looking for easy and fuss-free ways to wear their loose hair.
How to Create Barely-There Waves
Work in a tiny amount of strand-smoother serum spray through your hair; comb your tresses to spread the product.
Divide your hair into 5-6 vertical sections and mist the sections with heat protectant hairspray.
Twist a section lightly around a medium-barreled curling iron and blow-dry it on low heat setting to create loose waves. Repeat the step with all the sections.
Run a wide-toothed comb through your wavy strands and spritz them with some fine-hold hairspray to set the pretty curves for longer wear.
A hairstyle for everyone & every occasion!
Whether you are going to college or work, meeting a special someone over dinner or going shopping with your friends, attending a wedding or a cocktail party – ethereal and effortlessly gracefulwaves will make for a perfect hairstyle to pull off with any outfit and on any occasion. What's even better – this texturized effect suits all women, irrespective of their age or face shape. Rest assured, you could never go wrong with it.
More ways to style your hair than you think!
Work in a tiny amount of deconstructing gum through your strands and scrunch them with your fingers to create a mussed-up wavy finish. Spritz some tousle waves hairspray along the lengths of your hair while blow-drying it to create gorgeous surf-style beachy waves. Or, sweep up your face-framing hair and secure it at the back of your head with bobby pins to create a pretty half-up hairstyle with your minimalist wavy hair.
Apart from wearing your wavy hair let loose, you can create a variety of interesting hairstyles to suit your mood!
What do you think of these subtle waves? Will you give them a chance?