Friday, November 12, 2010


The Wavy Hairstyle

Whether you have short, medium, or long hair, you can have a wavy hairstyle. Even having curly or straight hair does not matter when it comes to having a wavy hairstyle. It can be safely categorized as the hairstyle that fits almost any type of hair. If you have straight hair, waves can be achieved by using chemicals and rollers while natural curls have an added advantage.


If you have short hair, you can go in for a layer cut which is low on maintenance. Another way is to have a somewhat straight hair on the top of head, which gives in to waves over the sides and the back. Even a spunk hairstyle can be achieved with waves of layers starting from shorter ones. If your hair is of medium length, you can have your hair styled in a casual boho style or leave it a little below shoulders with jagged cuts.


For long hair, the hairstyle is generally done with hair starting straight on the top which blends into waves just around the shoulders. The waves flow down the shoulder and gives a gorgeous free flowing look and appeal. The wavy hairstyle requires regular trims to keep the hairstyle at the right length. The hair is blown hot and curling irons or hot rollers are used to achieve the wavy effect. Hair gel sprays, wax, sculpture lotion, lacquer, moisturizer, smoothing shine can be use to keep the wavy hairstyle looking shiny and attractive.


By adjusting the weight through the layers and varying the bounce of the hair you can add variety to the wavy hairstyle. The length of the layers cut through your hair should not be too short if your hair is medium or long.