23 Jul LAZY WAVES HAIR ROUTINE.
I’ve been getting a lot of messages lately on what I’ve done to my hair, how I get it to look wavy and all. Let me tell you, this is just me being straight up lazy.
Back when I was in highschool, I used to perm my hair once a year. I grew up with straight hair so, naturally I wanted something I didn’t have. After I graduated and moved to San Francisco, my hair dresser cringed at the fact that I would perm my hair. He made me promise to stop murdering my hair, so I did.
When the perm grew out, I was back to my straight hair. I got really good at using the curling iron, doing different types of curls with my hair. But after years of spending too much time fixing my hair, I kind of just gave up.
It was only a year ago where I really stopped curling my hair out of pure laziness. Instead, I would put my hair up in a bun and just leave it for a couple of hours. I’d only let it down when I was close to my destination.
So here’s a little blow by blow of what I currently do to get these lazy waves:
I deep condition my hair with the Macadamia Ultra Rich Moisture Masque ($36). Normally, I do this twice a week and leave it on for 5-10 minutes.
Before I wrap my hair up in a towel, I put one pump of the Ouai Hair Oil ($28). I keep my hair wrapped up while I’m brushing my teeth, putting lotion and moisturizer. I make sure it isn’t being squeezed for too long.
When my hair is dry (or at least close to being dry), I spray a bit of the IGK Texture Spray ($14). I put my hair in a bun and wait. It doesn’t matter if it’s a neat bun or a messy one, just as long as its tied up there.
When I take my pony tail off, I scrunch my hair up to create more texture. AND THAT’S IT.
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