So we did a lil poll a couple of hours ago on my IG stories. I asked if you wanted to see a tutorial on Vintage Waves or another French pin look. Vintage Waves won, but like... you didn't really think I was just going to do one, right? 🙅 Decided to shoot both.
VINTAGE WAVES. Ok, I understand it's a little tough to see what's happening with the curls. We did our best on a quick timeline as the light was going down. But... the most important things you need to know are:
1️⃣ Always prep the hair with KEH Thickening Spray, no matter how thick or thin your hair is. Then roughly dry it on low so you're not using a hot tool on damp hair.
2️⃣ When doing vintage inspired waves, curl EVERY SINGLE THING forward and in the exact same direction. That's how you get a pattern.
3️⃣ Find a brush or comb that's not going to rip your hair out. I like a detangling brush or something with bristles that bend a little. You have to brush a lot. Don't use something that will cause damage.
4️⃣ The 🔑 to soft waves is to keep brushing until the pattern shows up, then spray it in place, then maybe brush again and spray again. It takes a little time. Be patient. I obviously use KEH Signature Finishing Hairspray. This is exactly what I made it for. It's a dry hairspray so you can brush it out.
BONUS 💕, in the last slide I'll show you another quick way I like to use my French pin from my Perfect Waves Holiday gift set. It's so comfortable. If you feel like it might slip you can add one more bobbypin but if you get it in there right, it will stay in place, no problem. 💁
GOOD LUCK. Also, next time I promise to face her more toward camera and I'll shoot it for square format. I didn't know you HAD to do square videos for the slideshow feature until now. UGHHH. Lame. 😬