26 Aug 2010

Loose Sexy Curls Hairstyle





This look was inspired by the hair that is frequently worn by the Victoria's Secret Angels, sort of a long, loose tousled curl look. I wanted to try to re-create the style to the best of my abilities; here I'm using a 1.5 inch (38mm) barrel curling wand.

Try it out for yourself and let me know how it works out for you!

Products I used:
Garnier Fructis styling mousse, Wella hairspray, Sebastian Molding Mud

Link to the video here

10 comments:

  1. Amazing work, Julia, as usual!

    The makeup is beyond perfect, the hair is sexy and glam and I must add I love that necklace!

    I am in love with the looks of Victoria Secret Angels: I guess most women in the world are!

    Thanks for your patience sharing your knowledge with us.
    Love, Catanya

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  2. super helpful! thanks so much for posting!

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  3. perfect! eu não sei falar ingles... rsrsrs

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  4. Ooo du hast auch einen blog :) Schaue mir immer deine videos auf youtube an hehe :)

    http://tugbaseckin.blogspot.com/

    http://tugbaseckin.blogspot.com/

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  5. Anonymous11:06 pm

    I have been watching ur videos frm few months now and i must say that ur videos hav created my interest in make up a specialy the MAC brand ;) I just love all your videos ur r superb... and i want to thank u specially for doing all those arab eye makeup videos coz i stay in Dubai and love arabic makeup btw m not an arab ...
    and btw ur r super gorgeous so any thng u do u jst luk beautifully BEAUTIFUL :)

    Thanks n regards
    Maysah

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  6. Great job, love this tutorial. I'm about to turn 32 and finally learning how to use a curling iron!

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  7. I really liked the tip on how to work with the bottom of your hair that doesnt curl. Loved It! You are awsome! Going to try it and will send you a pic when I do.

    Thanks for everything you do!

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  8. Beautiful. I just bought a conical curling iron and now I realise why I need that extra tab bit - what's it called? I'm hoping to get the same effect with the conical!

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