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#T3Inspo: After Beach Hair

Go from the sand and surf to your next social engagement with minimal fuss. Take one of our styles for a spin and get the perfect after beach hair!

After Beach Low Bun T3

Throw it up

Salt-tousled strands give the perfect amount of hold and structure to a low, messy bun. Twist and pin large sections of hair at the nape of your neck, leaving a few face-framing strands out and add large bends with the SinglePass LUXE flat iron for a romantic twist. No need to fuss over a complicated updo for a great after beach hair style!

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Organized Chaos

Once your beach bag is unpacked and you’ve washed all the sand away, use a Vent Brush and the Cura LUXE dryer to smooth your hair and add shine. Gather your hair in a low pony and braid a few times, pulling the sections loose for this voluminous style. No need to be perfect (who has time for that after a long beach day?), the looser the better!

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Low Loose Braid T3

After Beach Waves T3

Hang it out to dry

Enhance nature’s style from the beach and use the SinglePass Curl with the clamp open to add a touch more texture to your Cali-girl style. Finish with a texture spray for the ultimate after-beach ‘do. This look transitions from afternoons camped out under an umbrella with your favorite novel to happy hour drinks on the boardwalk with friends.

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Tie it all together

Twist and tie textured tresses with a headband once you’ve left the beach. Bump up the beachy texture with the Undone Waves Barrel from the Convertible Collection. See the full tutorial on how to recreate this style here.

After Beach Headband Hairstyle T3

After Beach Dutch Braid T3

Polished Plait

Take great style from the sand to the real world by tightly dutch braiding hair back before you hit the beach. Use a fun hair tie or scrunchie to secure hair – why not match it to your swimsuit? Keep strands in check and out of your face during the day, then finger comb out the style for soft waves once you’ve left the beach!

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