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Get the Look: S Bend with EIMI

Summer might be on its way out, but there are still a few events left to wrap up festival season. If you’re heading to Bestival or one of the local festivals still to take place around the UK, we’ve got your final festival hair style sorted. These quirky S-bend waves will stay in place all day (and well into the night), and you only need a couple of products to get this super sassy look.

This one is perfect for one-day or city festivals, as you can wash and style your hair at home using your own heat tools. If you do need to recreate the look from a tent though, then it’s still totally possible – just pick up cordless styler such as the Diva Freestyler Pro for the same look away from home.

Step 1: Prep hair while it’s damp by applying EIMI Root Shoot hair mousse at the roots, and using EIMI Sugar Lift through the lengths to create texture and volume. Blast hair with a hairdryer to dry.

Step 2: Begin to section your hair diagonally towards the back of your head. Apply EIMI Stay Styled to each section – as well as adding amazing hold, this hairspray also protects against UV rays and humidity, helping your style withstand whatever weather the festival throws at you!

Step 3: Rather than wrapping hair around a wand or styler, this wave is created by pressing hair into shape. Take your favourite styler – we love the ghd V Gold Maxi for tackling large sections – and work down each section hair, twisting the hair into an ‘S’ shape and using the heat to seal the bend.

Step 4: Once you’ve repeated this all around the head, smooth hair with a paddle brush to create a non-uniform look. Add a final spritz of Stay Styled and you’re ready to go!

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By: Claire Cavanagh

On: August 28, 2017

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