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Loose Waves

Dreaming of that smooth, natural, wavy hairstyle that looks effortlessly chic? You can easily achieve salon-worthy loose waves right at home. In this step-by-step tutorial, we'll guide you through styling your curly hair into beautiful loose waves using TRESemmé's trusted products.

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    1

    Protect Your Hair

    Before you begin styling, it's crucial to shield your hair from heat damage. Apply TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Heat Protection Spray throughout your hair. This product is designed to protect your hair from heat styling up to 450°F.

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    Blow Dry for Smoothness

    Divide your hair into manageable sections and use a flat paddle brush to blow dry each section. Aim the dryer downwards to achieve extra smoothness and to help control frizz.

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    Apply Serum for Silky Texture

    Once your hair is dry, work 1-2 pumps of TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Silk Serum to your hair. This will provide additional smoothness and shine that elevates your style for a glossy finish with a weightless feel, making your hair more manageable for the next styling steps.

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    Straighten Before You Wave

    To ensure your waves are even and polished, use a flat iron to straighten your hair section by section. This step is especially important for those with curly hair to create a smooth canvas for your waves.

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    Create Your Waves

    Now it's time to wave! Using a curling iron, curl your hair in 1.5” sections. Alternate the direction of the curls with each section to give a more natural and voluminous look to your waves.

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    Soften Your Waves

    After curling, gently comb through your curls with a wide-tooth comb or your fingers to soften them into loose waves. This will give you that sought-after natural wavy texture.

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    Set Your Style

    Finally, finish your look by applying TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Hairspray. This product is designed to lock in your style, tame frizz and flyaways, and keep your hair looking smooth for up to 3 days.