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New York Streets with Boho Waves

| April 10, 2015 | 0 Comments

For perfect – and super on trend – boho waves, follow these easy steps from New York Streets

Step 1: Prep and protect hair with Hair Repair, the fine mist won’t weigh your style down.

Step 2: Using the Flatiron District Flat Iron, separate the hair into small sections (no bigger than the width of the iron) and run the iron over the hair once or twice, pressing very lightly. You don’t want to straighten the hair, but a touch of heat will help your boho waves set better.

Step 3: Continue working in small sections and start at the roots – wrap hair around the top end of the iron, toward you. Turn the iron 180 degrees. Then, while pressing lightly and clapping the iron to allow movement, run the iron up and down the section for about 5 seconds.

Step 4: Remove the iron and cup the curled section in your hand to let it cool for a few seconds. Then, twist the strand around your fingers to help set the wave and run fingers through the waves to separate.

Step 5: For a smoother, bouncier, shiner wave, apply a small amount of Wax OR work Paste into hair for a sexy, tousled look with more separation.

Step 6: Set your style and ensure your boho waves last throughout the day, finish with Hair Spray

New York Streets with Boho Waves

New York Streets with Boho Waves

New York Streets with Boho Waves

New York Streets Travel Set
A great way of traveling with New York Streets in your bag is with this travel-ready trio of New York Streets must-haves (Shampoo, Conditioner and Hairspray) contains everything you need to maintain your freedom of style. So whether you’re jet-setting across the Atlantic, taking a weekend trip, or just going to the gym, you can make sure your hair looks its best.

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