With the arrival of Spring, wavy hair is back on everyone's mind. And this season, it is the "ruffle waves" that are a hit on social networks. Focus on this new trend to adopt before summer.
This year again, wavy hair - also called "wavy" - is on the rise! This season, it's a new way to style them that stands out. Already seen on some American celebrities, make way for “ruffle waves”; for an after-beach air, even before the summer holidays.
And on social networks, keep an eye out! The “ruffle waves” are also called “Boticelli waves” in reference to the famous Italian painter. Long, relaxed, and unstructured, these undulations are inspired by the characters he painted. The celebrity hairdresser Tom Smith also told this anecdote in a video on his TikTok and Instagram profiles.
These pretty waves will give your hair an after-beach look, perfect for those looking forward to summer vacation. Extremely simple to make, they are adaptable to almost all types of hair, and especially hold on to all lengths!
To achieve them, separate your hair in two - or in four if your hair is thick - and braid them tightly. Spend the night with them (or at least several hours during the day) and undo them when you wake up. Ideally, do the braids on wet or damp hair for better hold, and let them dry naturally. For an even more professional result, you can spray a texturizing spray in your hair, but it's optional! Results; here's how to sport mermaid hair.