How To: Subtle Waves

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Are you bored of constantly using the same old hair styles? I know I’m tired of rocking my lazy bun, ponytail, and wavy locks from this past summer. I’m sure our hair can use a little extra TLC in the morning, but no one wants to be stuck in the bathroom for more than twenty minutes. Luckily, evo, one of the best professional hair and beauty product manufacturers, has teamed up with TOME to provide some really gorgeous looks for their Resort 2016 collection. TOME and evo have came up with lots of elegant/edgy street-ready looks, that require little product and prep time, for a gentle and effortless look. 

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Step 1: Mist with icon welder to protect from the heat processes.

Step 2: Prep the hair with a light spritz of mister fantastic texture spray to accentuate the natural texture.

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Step 3: Create a soft center part and lightly dry through using just the fingers, without removing the natural movement.

Step 4: With a 1-1.5” curling iron, gently add a curve to the hair by rolling a large section around the barrel in one rotation. This will create an indent in the hair as opposed to a curl.

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Step 5: Gently shake out the movement and mist the ends with a little love touch to separate and calm any roughness through mid-lengths ends.

Step 6: Personalize to suit the feature and face shape of each girl, whilst showing the texture.

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Step 7: Finish your style with helmut light hairspray for a soft hold but maximum control and manageability.

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How To: Subtle Waves: Photographed by James Hartley, Tutorial courtesy of evo and dale from Prema Salon NYC

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