Styling your hair into beach waves can be daunting, but the style remains the best for red carpet events, formal meetings, and casual occasions. There are different ways of creating the breezy waves on the hair depending on your hair type and the desired outcome. Beach waves vary from the thick tight waves to the loose, tousled hair. Below are some of the ways of styling your hair into stunningly beautiful beach waves.
# 1 The Beautiful Beach Curls
The beautiful curls on the hair are perfect for any red carpet event or any formal occasion. The soft execution of the waves running uniformly on the head strikes the femininity in a woman while the blonde color adds to its excellent look.
The thick beach waves give dimension and volume to the hair while at the same time flaunting the faded rose gold hair color. Style the hair into beautiful waves that face different directions, and you are ready to go.
# 3 The Chunky Beach Waves
The waves fall out neatly on anyone with long thick hair. Part the hair in the middle before sectioning it into huge chunks and styling them into neat tight beach waves. The waves should begin at the nape of the neck running all the way to the ends in one curly wave.
# 4 Textured Beach Waves
Textured hair is easy to style and holds the waves for a longer period. Wrap the hair around the curling iron from the crown area up to half way the length and then switch the wrapping direction on the remaining section.
# 5 Wavy Light Brown Color Melt
Loose beach waves highlight the transition of the hair color from dark brown root to a lighter shade at the middles and a honey blonde ensemble on the ends. Use a curling wand and a diffuser to style the hair into messy beach waves. Spritz a shine spray for a perfect sheen on the hair.
# 6 The Sun Kissed Wavy Balayage
The waves on the hair allow one to flaunt the perfect combination of light brown color and the blonde balayage. The messy beach waves that run half way length of the lob adds more depth and volume to the hair.
# 7 Twisted Half Up Half Down
The hair features a combination of twisted braid at the two front sides extending to the back where the two twists crisscross each other before falling freely. Style the underlying hair into loose waves using a curling iron from mid-length to the ends.
# 8 The Long Balayage Waves
The easy maintenance loose waves are ideal for both naturally and straight hairs. The loose waves on the hair allow for the smooth transition from the dark brown color that runs up to mid length before transitioning into a blonde balayage.
# 9 The Gorgeous Beach Waves on Fine Hair
Fine hair is highly prone to damage hence the need to use a heat protectant spray before styling the hair into beach waves. Curl the hair into very loose waves using minimal heat on your straightening iron to prevent damage.
# 10 Beach Waves on Long Blonde Hair
Beach waves on long hair bring out a stylish appeal in an effortless way. Apply mousse to the damp hair to improve the hair texture before using a curling iron to style the hair into a spiral like curls from the crown area.
# 11 Ropes Versus Beach Waves
Pick strands of hair from both edges and twist them all the way to the crown where you combine the two nicely. Repeat the same with several stands until you get your preferred size. Style the parts tucked under the half updo into beautiful beach waves and you are ready to go.
# 12 Vanilla Dimensions
You can style the hair into very tight waves or go with loose ones and still look glam. The subtle waves on the hair add texture to the hair while at the same time giving a peek of the dark undertones and the lighter overtones.
# 13 Half Bun and Beach Waves in One
You do not have to go to the beach to adopt the wet look on your hair. Using a sea salt spray gives you the wet, messy and beach look that you are looking for and protect your hair from the heat that comes from using curlers and irons.
# 14 The Tousled Balayage
Style your hair into tousles when want to retain the feminine appeal that comes with wavy hair without increasing the volume. The hair tousles displays the honey blonde balayage and gives a peek of the dark brown undertones.
# 15 The Flawless Blonde Wave
The rich look that comes with the soft execution of the blonde color will have everyone drooling. The beach waves on the hair highlight the transition from a dark blonde base color to the golden blonde balayage. Go slow on the waves to divert all attention to the vibrant color.
# 16 Long Seamless Layers
Everyone with long hair knows the importance of layers when it comes to the hair flip. Add texture and stylish appeal on your two-toned hair by styling your hair ends into layers. It is the perfect go-to hairstyle for the formal occasions.
# 17 The Smooth Beach Waved Hair
Going slow on the curls in this hair allow you to flaunt your long and nourished hair. The subtle chocolate brown haze gives a color variation to the hair while the center part contributes to its volume. Use a dab of serum on the hair to give a smooth finish.
# 18 Permed Beach Wave
Get exotic looks by adding some permanent layers on the hair ends. The style takes longer to achieve, but the outcome is nothing short of amazing. The layers divide the hair into thin individual strands that give the ends a voluminous look.
# 19 Thick Beach Waves with Caramel Highlights
Long thick hair gives the head a full look hence the need to be extra careful on choosing the best waves to wear. Loose, effortless waves on the hair that begin from the crown give volume to the hair without appearing too dramatic.
# 20 Elegant Beach Waves
The waves on the hair make the two colors of the hair fall out on each other beautifully. Divide the hair into a medium sized section and then use a curler and flat iron to create the beautiful waves. The waves give a peek to the dark blue undertone.
# 21 The Summer Beach Waves
Beach always pop out nicely on blonde hair color, but this look brings out all the beauty that the color has to offer. Be generous with texturing cream before styling the hair into elegant waves using a curling wand and a diffuser.
# 22 The Rooted Soft Dimension
Using a lot of volumizing mousse is the secret behind this kind of waves. There is more concentration of the waves at the mid-length while the ends adopt a straight look. Use a curling wand to clamp the hair on the areas where you want to beach waves.
# 23 Dark Wavy Balayage
Black color will always come out so strongly, but a subtle chocolate brown balayage diffuses the solid look. The beach waves that resemble loose chrome waves create some depth and dimension to the hair.
# 24 Beach Waves on a Blonde Meltdown
The beach waves on the hair give a clear-cut line between the two shades of blonde on the hair. Prep the hair by applying a volumizing mousse on damp hair that adds more texture on the hair. Use a medium sized curler to style the hair into beautiful beach waves that begin where the balayage starts.
# 25 Red Headed Beach Waves
The beach waves on this copper hair that begin at the nape of the neck to the ends add to the voluminous look on the hair. You only need to wrap a curling iron on the hair and use a flat iron to make the curls. Alternate the directions of styling with each curl you make.
# 26 Ginger Beach Waves
Red hues will always pop out nicely when styled into beach waves. The hairstyle features two braided pigtails that from the front to the crown which then adopts a wavy look from mid-length to the ends together with other sections. Use a hairspray for a perfect shine.
# 27 Voluminous Beach Waves
A lot of texturing helps you achieve the full look on a thick mane. Section the hair into two halves and then style the hair into waves facing one direction on one-half while the curls on the other half should face the opposite direction.
# 28 The Long Platinum Blonde Tresses
The hair consists of a darker hair root that transition into platinum blonde around the crown area. Going slow on the beach waves is the secret towards retaining a laid-back look on the bright hair color.
# 29 Full Head Beach Waves
This wavy hairstyle is ideal for the long of medium sized hair. Wrap medium-sized strands on one and a half inch curling iron and allow them to loosen a little. The curls that start at the point where the hair balayage begin should face different directions.
# 30 Black Hair with Balayaged Wavy Ends
A subtle black burgundy balayage on the hair breaks the color monotone on the hair. The beach waves that occupy the ends add a stylish appeal on the hair while at the same time giving a variation of style from the straight hair.
Therefore, you may consider wearing beach waves on any day regardless of the season instead of retaining straight hair all the times. The waves go well with all hair types and colors, and you can style them into any look to obtain either a laid back or a voluminous outcome.