Beachy Waves Four Ways

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Beachy Waves Four Ways

Beachy waves are a summer style that you can show off whether you live on the coasts or in the heart of the country. The style looks different with different textures and lengths, but a sense of effortlessness is at its core. We’ve gathered variations of beachy waves to inspire your summer hairdos. Make one this summers’ signature style, or try them all. 


Give your hair and your hands a summer break with a wig or a weave. Look for a style with a soft “s” curl. Invest in hair that can withstand heat, so that you can use a flat iron or a curling iron to add more curl definition, if needed. These waves are easy to maintain, setting the tone for the rest of your summer. 


Wavy Braids


Black Woman Wavy Box Braids


Let your hair down this summer, and loosen up your box braids. The sugtle waves add interest to the classic braided style.  If you want to go full mermaid, opt for inches, cuffs, and shells. Moisturize your scalp and promote growth with Shedavi’s Hair Growth Oil. 

Bantu Knot Outbantu knot beachy waves

Emily Cotton Top


Bantu knot outs are a simple way to achieve beachy curls on natural hair. Use the Crowned Styling Wash + Go Gel as you coil and secure your hair into bantu knots. For best results, style before bed, and sleep with a satin scarf. By morning, your hair will have glorious waves. The best part of this style, is that you can manually loosen the knot out to achieve your desired waviness.

Beachy Bombshell



If you want to wear your own hair in beachy waves, grab a barrel curling iron. Gently add curls, and avoid using high heat to avoid damage. If you can, moisturize with the Crowned Protein Masque before you start the styling process. This will help to keep breakage at bay. 

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