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6 Ways to Get Natural Summer Beach Waves


Beach hair, don’t care! Nothing suits the season more than adding some natural beach waves into your summer look. This effortless style brings the perfect amount of playful volume your client will love. Check out some of these trendy waves we are obsessing over.

Beach Waves Tutorial


Hair by @rachelnayesstylist

How fun is this fiery dimensional look? Rachel prepped and styled her client’s hair with a few sprays and potions to achieve this ‘do. Give your client these mermaid inspired waves by following this formula. 


To style, use a 1” curling iron, grabbing vertical sections of varying size. Alternate the direction of the curl and left the ends out. Then finish the style with a simple fishtail braid. Apply Oway Thermal Stress Protector, Oway Sea Salt Spray, Oway Flux Potion, and a little Oway Glossy Nectar through the ends.

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The perfect way to finish off your client’s balayage is to style in some beach waves for a flawless blend. Throw in these styling essentials to duplicate this finished look. 


Painted with O&M Paint Powder Clay Lightener & O&M CØR.color 8.16 Light Ash Violet Blonde with O&M CØR.color 5 vol Activator

Wash and rinse with O&M Fine Intellect Shampoo and O&M Fine Intellect Conditioner,  Spritzed with O&M Know Knott Detangling Spray. Add O&M Style Guru Styling Cream roots to ends and curl with 1/14” barrel iron, finished with O&M Surf Bomb Sea Salt Texture Spray.


Hair by hairbykotay

We love these messy waves for that fresh off the boat look. With the use of just a few products, you can create this style to add some texture to your client’s balayage.


For the color, do a balayage/foil combo using O&M Paint Powder Clay Lightener with O&M CØR.color 30 vol Activator and O&M CØR.color 40 vol Activator. Tone with O&M (25g O&M CØR.color 9.6 Very Light Violet Blonde + 10g O&M CØR.color 10.16 Lightest Ash Violet Blonde+70g O&M CØR.color 5 vol Activator). For styling, use the Oway Volumizing Root Spray at the root and Oway Flux Potion throughout. After the blowdry, flat iron waves and spray with Oway Sea Salt Spray for texture.


Hair by @mirandak_kolors

Beach waves can bring out all your highlights and lowlights. Show off your client’s freshly colored hair by creating this voluminous style. 


Babyhighlight with Oway Hcatalyst 20 Volume Cream Developer + Oway Hbleach Butter Cream Lightener. In between foils, handpaint some pieces for dimension. Tone at the bowl with Oway Hcolor 7.43 Copper Golden Blonde.

Once washed, run some Oway Glossy Nectar through the hair and some Oway Sea Salt Spray, rough dry and style with a 1 ½ inch curling iron. Rough the hair up with some Oway Sculpting Mist.


Hair by @ashleydennettehair

Effortless, yet elegant. You can add some volume to your client’s hair while also maintaining a natural style. Try out this process to achieve this loose wave look. 


Use O&M Rootalicious Root Lift Spray at the roots and a bit through the mid lengths. Then, O&M Frizzy Logic Shine Serum through the ends. Blow dry with a round brush. Then working in sections, start at the nape and curl with a 1.25” curling iron. Take vertical sections within the section and curl one to two inches away from the root and leave out one to two inches of the ends. Then pull the ends straight. Alternate the direction of each curl. The sections around the face do away from the face. When it’s all finished lightly comb it out with fingers and scrunch with O&M Surf Bomb Sea Salt Texture Spray to get a little more volume. Then finish the look with the O&M Original Queenie hairspray.

Hair by @holistichairexpert

These subtle beach waves add in that extra flair to any bob haircut. Fun and fresh, you can create this fun look with this formula. 


Stagger weave highlight with Oway Hbleach Butter Cream Lightener and Oway Hcatalyst 20 Volume Cream Developer. Some go to the root and some don’t to create a blended grow out. No toner needed!

For the style, use Oway Sea Salt Spray at the root and then curl with a 1” marcel iron, dragging the ends out for a beachy look.

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