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How to do beach waves with a curling iron

Vlogger Chloe Brown has a choppy little bob haircut, so for anyone who says they can’t do beach waves on short hair, may I direct you to this curling-iron tutorial? The curls in this video may look a little sausage-y at first, but that’s actually the key: Tight, long curls (blasted with some sea-salt spray or texturizing spray, first, to give you a bunch of grip and hold) leave you with hella voluminous beach waves once you rake through them with your fingers at the end.

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