This post is sponsored by TRESemmé.

Is it just me, or does half of Hollywood seem to have the art of perfectly (un)done hair mastered these days?  Just like I love the effortless look of jeans and a crisp white t-shirt there’s something about wavy hair that always comes across as the perfect mix of sexy and chic, without looking like you’ve tried too hard- and that’s the key!

In my efforts to perfect this look at home, I turned to TRESemméTRESemmé new line, Perfectly (un)Done, was created to achieve this exact style I’ve been swooning over!  In fact, the Perfectly (un)Done line was created with 5 different types of wavy hairstyles in mind, I was most inspired by the “romantic wave“.  To start off on the right foot, I first washed and conditioned my hair with TRESemmé shampoo and conditioner.

Next, for extra volume, I dried my hair straight using a hairdryer and a large round brush.  Before getting started, I added a dollop of TRESemmé Perfectly (un)Done Sea Foam which created an awesome texture to work with!  It’s ultra light and infused with sea kelp extract.  To add body I blow dry against the direction of the roots, this makes your hair big but smooth and is perfect for styling afterwards.

Once the blow dry was complete, I created waves by using two different sized curling irons and creating loose ringlets in different directions. I was careful not to curl the ends of my hair, rather leaving them straight to weigh the locks down a bit, and ensure the end result was waves rather than curls.  Once this was done, I finished the look with Perfectly (un)Done Hairspray which was easily brushable, didn’t flake, and had no signs of stiffness or stickiness.  It did an amazing job of protecting the waves from frizz!

In the end my hair felt light and fresh- definitely not weighed down by products as is sometimes the case.  While it took a little bit of time, the result felt as easy and effortless as it looked!

For more hair inspiration and tutorials, visit www.youtube.com/TRESemme.

[Portrait Photos By Hallie Duesenberg]

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