Learn how to get glam waves with this tutorial from Daniel Roldan, courtesy of Bangstyle!
With an uptick of fashion revolving around smoother styling and shorter hair, it was only a matter of time before classic waves
began trending again.
However, this time around Daniel Roldan is proving that smooth waves can be revolutionized for a modern take on a traditional look. By elongating the wave pattern, he creates controlled movement that isn’t necessarily classified as curly or straight. You can play with this concept on short or long hair; simply follow the steps below to get this look!
The model, Alla has a one-length haircut
, which aided in creating this specific wave.
Apply Rough Me Up to towel dried strands, then dry the hair using a round brush. Rough Me Up from StyleLink is a texturizing sea salt spray that creates volume and hold throughout the hair.
Next, divide the head in a center parting. Use a one-inch curling iron and curl the hair back to back, on base.
Tip: When the curls are cooling down (marry the two curl sections together) by combining them. This will elongate the wave and give the waves direction.
To finish, use a cushion brush with a boar and plastic mixed bristle and comb your style into place. Then spritz StyleLink Style Fixer to secure the shape.
The Final Look: