(Closed) NWR: Anyone else over the long wavy hair everyone is rocking?

posted 6 years ago in Beauty
Post # 107
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

@charmedbee:  haha +1 Definitely not over it, I’m more like all over it … naturally curly over here.

Post # 108
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: February 2015

It doesn’t matter what’s “in”, my hair cannot accomplish it lol

I like the wavy look. I never can get my hair stay completely straight. The waves fall out currently bc it’s too long but it’s much more likely to hold the wave than stay straight.

If I could pull off a bob or something I would so do it, I’m over my hair in general

Post # 109
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Helper bee

@jessyrez:  I think you’re in the minority here. You should add a poll and see what pops up!

I love this looks vs the straight iron look that was in before. My poor, poor hair. It was so damaged during that time. 

I have naturally curly/wavy hair, so this work with what I have. Sometimes I’ll just curl a few pieces and work with the natural texture. Most of the time I curl it. People at school were always complimenting my hair and asking what wand I used, but it was just a curling iron.

My hair is really long, a few inches above my butt. When I curl it, it’s around the mid-back. My fiance loves it. It’s very thick so it has a lot of volume, too.

 

@frommisstomrs.:  Agreeing with you 100%. It’s so much more polished looking and I’d rather see this than the messy bun trend.

Post # 110
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

I love the wavy look!  my hair is naturally curly/ wavy depending on which bit of my head it is but it’s also prone to frizz so i don’t tend to leave it in it’s 100% natural state a lot…. it also won’t hold a curl when heat styled (too long and fine i think) but will hold the style if i wet set it so i’m currently trying out a new tool – curlformers! they make you look slightly mad but give fab curls and you can choose to air dry or speed along with a hairdryer.  I’ve also recently come across headband curls  but expect that my hair is too fine to get big curls from this, i’m more likely to end up with some crazy squashed curly mess!  anything that i can leave in over night and not have to spend much time on in the morning is ‘in’ in my book.  i’m so jealous of those of you who can wake up with amazing looking hair!  ps. i’ve also recently invested in a silk pillowcase to try and calm the frizz…

Post # 111
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

Well that sucks cos my hair just does that naturally. 

Post # 112
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Blushing bee

@Firemansgirl:  Haha, awesome. Any particular brand? My hair is super long-like past my waist- so I have trouble curling it with usual tongs, but maybe I’m just a dolt 😛

Post # 114
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Newbee
  • Wedding: November 2012

I love it but don’t sport it often. To each his or her own. 

Post # 115
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2015

@StephieBee:  Ahhh I’ll have to try – thank you!

Post # 116
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Newbee

@Chrissy26:  You’re gorgeous. I love your hair.

No way. I’m not over it at all. I’m jealous because my hair refuses to hold a curl.

Post # 117
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: October 2013

I love it. Most of the time I’d have to wake up too early to curl my hair (I get up at 5:30 normally without doing anything to my hair) but sometimes I’ll feel frisky enough to do it. I always do my hair like this for special occasions though.

Post # 118
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2015

@jessyrez:  I have naturally wavy hair and it’s down to my butt so I can’t really help it, but I will admit to curling it once in a while for a more structured look, so I’m not over it. I also don’t dye or blow dry my hair so even when I do curl it with a high-heat wand, I still use a heat protectant spray and it only takes about 15 minutes, which is pretty good considering how long and thick it is. It actually looks a hell of a lot more unhealthy when I straighten it because my hair doesn’t want to stay that way.

 

Post # 119
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Helper bee

I love curling my hair with a wand. In the summer I use mousse and let it air dry but during the winter the wand gives a soft feminine look that looks really polished. Straightening my hair is far more damaging. I don’t see it as a trend as much as I see it as a look that is simply flattering on most people. 

Post # 120
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Newbee

I love this look.  I try not to use heat on my hair unless it’s a special occasion, so I typically do sock bun curls in my hair. This requires no heat and I don’t use product in my hair so the curls loosen up after a bit into nice waves. Here’s the link to a video:

 

Post # 121
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Helper bee

@Chrissy26:  what hair protectant do you use? And you just use a regular curling iron? I know I am going on a thread about how muhc people dislike this hairstlye and asking HOW to do this hairstyle LOL.

But I am not sick of this hairstlye because I somehow still can’t get it right!

Post # 122
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

I love it!! (and miss it since I recently took off 10″ 2 weeks ago) It used to only take me 10 mins to do, can’t wait for it to grow out again 😀

This is the tutorial that I usually follow: 

 

 

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