I have received quite a few requests for more short hairstyles, particularly ones that I have worn in previous tutorials. Even more, followers are looking for more styles they can do on themselves.
One hairstyle that I have been doing on myself quite a bit lately consists of Flat-Iron Waves, which add nice volume to the hair. (The waves are much more subtle than what you will find in the second-day hairstyle coming from Double French Braids.) Plus, this wave style can be used on pretty much any hair length.
Here are a few photos of the Flat-Iron Waves (please forgive my squinting as the sun was in my eyes!)…
The use of the flat iron is similar to what was done in our tutorial for Flat-Iron Curls except that the wave look is created by a rocking of the wrist as you glide down the hair. Explained further, it is an alternating (up and down) twisting of the iron that creates the wavy style.
Feel free to accessorize this style as you wish, with headbands, clips, hats, or even a French-Front Braid!
Items Needed: Brush, flat-iron, hairspray, and heat protectant (always be sure to use this when using an iron or any other kind of heat).
Time Requirement: 5-10 minutes
Skill Level: Easy
If you like this hairstyle, be sure to let us know!
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