how to create bombshell waves in 5 minutes

Happy Monday everyone – NO. Have you watched the Grammys last night? I always wondered how celebrities created glam curls on the red carpet until recently I figured out how. One word: curlers.

Having been a hair junkie, I love to invest in a good curler. When T3 came out with the interchangeable styling wand, I knew I had to get my hands on it!

The best part about this wand is the interchangeable barrels option. With one wand, you can create bomshell, beachy and or defined waves! I have been using this wand religiously for most of our shoots and trying out different barrels with different outfits, and it’s so fun!

Lastly, I want to share what products I use to prep my hair, because your hair health is extremely important, especially if you got hair like Rapunzel! 😉

in CW order:
AVEDA Brilliant Damage Control
with camomile: I’ve had this bottle for awhile now and I spray it before I curl my hair to make sure it’s being protected from heat.

Bumble and Bumble Brilliantime: Having Mediterrenean hair means you need to control the frizz. This Bumble & Bumble product is the perfect finish to the curls.

T3 Interchangeable Wand: Having used the previous T3 curlers, this is by far my favorite. With one wand, you can basically get a one-inch, one and fourth inch and one and half inch barrel. #WORTH

Hair clip: You need a hair clip to separate hair while curling (similar here).

Mason Pearson brush: Before I met Mason Pearson, I used crappy brushes. Having a lot of fine hair, one needs to make sure a brush can get rid of knots. When I first saw the price tag, I literally went WTF, but ladies, this is another investment piece. The best part is, if you take care of it, apparently it can last generations. Here’s to hoping I’ll have a daughter one day.

Thanks for reading & hope you enjoyed the pictures. Wishing everyone an awesome week! xx

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