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5 Minute Beach Wave Hair Tutorial

These soft beachy waves are perfect for busy mornings when you only have 5 minutes to get ready. So go ahead and hit snooze, you’ll still look great!

4 Steps for Beachy Waves:

  1. Brush it out. Janine loves the Tangle Teezer Ultimate Finishing Brush.
  2. Protect your hair! Use a heat protectant spray like Tresemme Keratin Smooth Heat Protection Hair Spray to help prevent breakage and frizzy hair.
  3. Use your flat iron to section, pull, and twist your hair.
  4. Soften and add texture to complete your look. Gently brush through your curls to achieve a looser look, and add Kristin Ess Hair Soft Shine Beach Wave Spray to help it hold shape. To finish it off and lock everything in place, use Kristin Ess Hair Refine Signature Finishing Spray.

Janine Holmes has been a prominent figure in the Toronto makeup and hair industry for over 17 years.  As a noted expert in her field, Janine’s skills have been on display at events ranging from The Junos to Toronto Fashion Week. Once a trainer for MAC Cosmetics, Janine has a passion & flair for passing on the newest makeup and hair tips and techniques. She has had the opportunity to work with prominent photographers, directors, fashion designers and well-known personalities such as Lady Gaga, Adam Levine, Elisha Cuthbert and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Janine is also the Founder/Lead Artist for the mobile beauty company-I Do! Beauty Co.

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