VIDEO: My Quick & Easy Everyday Wavy Hair Tutorial

VIDEO: My Quick & Easy Everyday Wavy Hair Tutorial

Hello, lovely readers! I've been on a total blogging high this week. Okay, so a YouTubing high as well. I don't know if it's the new blog name or spring finally arriving, but my love for posting has been completely renewed. So, on that note, here's my latest YouTube video: My Quick & Easy, Everyday Wavy Hair Tutorial.

If you'd like to follow along, you'll need just a few tools and products:

1. Curling wand (or curling iron)
2. Hair clip
3. Brush
4. Heat protection spray
5. Hairspray
6. Mirror

I love wearing my hair in loose curls/waves because I find the style lasts for days on end and is much more flattering than pin-straight hair on my face shape. While I do love to straighten my hair every once in a while (it makes it seem so much longer! haha) I wear it in this wavy style 90% of the time.

If you don't have a curling wand, you can always try to follow along with a regular curling iron. Instead of using the clamp, you'll want to keep it open OR curl around the clamp too (meaning that you leave it closed the entire time and your hair rests on the outside). If you are looking to pick up a curling wand of your own, I highly recommend the TIGI PRO Professional Fat Curl Stick. I've been using it for two years now and it works amazing. My hair is fairly fine and straight, however, so you may want to consider something like a Sultra curl stick if your hair needs something a little more powerful.

Anyways, you can see the full tutorial (OK, it's less than four minutes) below. Please take a moment to subscribe to my YouTube channel. It makes me so over-the-moon happy when I see a new subscriber pop up and I absolutely love sharing tutorials, hauls and reviews with you; so never hesitate to suggest a video topic.

Enjoy! xo

  • Diva In me

    Thank you for the tutorial. I really suck at curling my own hair. It takes me a while and I usually burn my own hands or arms. Really clumsy =D

    • Katelyn

      Hey beautiful! My pleasure. :) It definitely takes some practice, that’s for sure. You should pick up a heat styling glove so you keep your arms and fingers safe!