How to do beach waves

Gone are the days of overly curly hair or “in & out” curls it’s now all about soft movement that looks natural. After all hair should move and look effortless and not uptight and stiff! 


Firstly you need good tools we use Alan Truman curling rod typically the 32′ as most people like loose and honestly it’s our preferred look also. 

We dry the hair with a light spray of Sea Salt spray by Label M and faving downwards to make sure we don’t create a birds nest or frizz. 

Once the hair is dry we take 2 inch square sections starting from the nape and roll alternate directions leaving out the ends ( 1 inch ) continuing all the way to top. 

From your eyebrows up we wind back to help move the hair away from your face. 

Once complete gently break the waves up, light spray or serum and your done! It’s really that simple. 

Keep your curling Rod set to 190 no hotter as your after bend not curl! 

If the walls could talk!

Hairdressers in most parts of the world get told things that you wouldn’t dream of talking to your friends or family about. At times it makes us question reality, a lot of the time it’s therapeutic just to get things off your chest, nothing worst than bottling these things up! Certainly we are not therapists but by default we have two ears and we talk a lot so when you put it all together I guess it’s the perfect combination. 


Without going into details about who what etc let’s just say it’s locked away deep in our memory, not for ammunition ( however fun that would be ). From affairs, business deals to sultry weekends of passion and all about the partners, we hear it all!

Hairdressers are the closest thing to a therapist without being a therapist.