Mermaid worthy waves

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This summer, splash into the latest trend: mermaid-like waves. This glamorous yet laid-back style is perfect for all summer occasions, whether you’re lounging on the beach in the Hamptons or hitting the town in Manhattan. I love nothing more than Rapunzel like waves cascading down one side of the face– it’s the ultimate sex siren ‘do! Milla Jovovich and Angelina Jolie look super hot with the side swept finger waves.  I’m going to test this out myself and got some tips from Suki Duggan, owner of the Donsuki Townhouse Salon on the Upper East Side to DIY–

Suki suggests:

- Section hair into 1-2 inch pieces

- Rolling each section and pinning as you go. After the rollers have cooled, run a comb through your hair to get large, soft waves. A spritz of hairspray should hold the style for the day.

3 thoughts on “Mermaid worthy waves

  1. Hey Tina!

    Been reading for a little while now and love the snonishhness LOL

    I actually wanted to know,since there are soo many methods of doing this out there, does the stylist suggest rolling with rollers, using pins to role into place after using a curling iron? … I didn’t quite understand..

    Anyway, it ould be freat to see you post more often, also, to get to know more about you, as in career, life in general etc… trust me there’s a definite dirth of snobs in this world, would love to hear of one more haha :)

    Take Care x

    Kaya

  2. Also I can’t see or review the comments on this site, my own or others, I can only see an option for leaving a comment, but not reading them..is it supposed to be that way??

    Kaya

  3. Beauty Snob Tina on said:

    hi Kaya

    I actually am doing this right now– i twirl each section pinned it against my head with bobby pins, will see results later and take a photo!

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