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I specialize in wedding make-up (Traditional or Airbrush makeup) . I also provide hair and make-up services for photoshoots, events, special occasions and ads. I was trained at HD Makeup Studio and Academy (formerly Basement Academy) for makeup and hairstyling by some of the best makeup artists in the Philippines.

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Friday, August 26, 2011

How to achieve beach waves hairstyle using tight twists technique

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One of the perks I get in writing for POC is that I learn so much in every article that I write. I recently wrote one on how to achieve curly hair but I think it's not yet up. My favorite from the techniques I discovered from my research is this tight twists technique to achieve beach waves. So I decided to try it before I attended an event a while ago.

It's very easy I tell you. Just prep your hair using a volumizing mousse or a curl booster to help hold the curls. Section your hair. Make super tight twists with each section. You can use a hairpin to secure each twists.


Waves using Tight Twist Technique

Blowdry each twists for about 2 minutes each. Heat makes the curling process faster.


Waves using Tight Twist Technique

Lightly spray your your with hairspray to help keep the curls. And here's the result! Messy beach waves :) Style it anyway you want it

Waves using Tight Twist Technique

It's not perfect for the first time because I think I overapplied the curl booster but I still liked the result. Not my usual straight hair or the too tight curls.

Try it and let me know if you liked it too :) Enjoy the long weekend to all my Philippine readers!

2 comments:

Askmewhats said...

Ang ganda Kim! Bagay mo!!!!

*KiM* said...

Thanks Nikki!

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