The Perfect Beachy Hair

The Perfect Beachy Hair

Photo courtesy of Bumble & bumble Today it’s blizzarding outside and many of us are wishing we were lounging on a beach, cocktail in hand and the warm tropical breeze blowing through our hair. Unfortunately, many of you reading this won’t be sitting on that beach today… but why not be cute while we dig ourselves out? This is my gift to you: A step-by-step guide (with video tutorial!) of how to get the perfect beachy hair. Warning: When done properly, this style will last 3 days. Step One: You need two products. On damp hair use a moisturizing cream or…


Photo courtesy of Bumble & bumble

Today it’s blizzarding outside and many of us are wishing we were lounging on a beach, cocktail in hand and the warm tropical breeze blowing through our hair. Unfortunately, many of you reading this won’t be sitting on that beach today… but why not be cute while we dig ourselves out? This is my gift to you: A step-by-step guide (with video tutorial!) of how to get the perfect beachy hair. Warning: When done properly, this style will last 3 days.

Step One: You need two products. On damp hair use a moisturizing cream or oil such as Moroccan Oil or Pureology’s Cuticle Polisher. You don’t want your ends looking dry and damaged. The second product is a texturizer such as Bumble & bumble’s Texture.

Step Two: Go crazy blow drying your hair upside down for the most volume.

Step Three: Watch my how-to video.



All the products I used can be found at the local salons. Moroccan Oil at Harmony Salon in Wauwatosa or Betsy salon in Milwaukee; Pureology’s Cuticle Polisher at Ulta in Brookfield; and Bumble & bumble Texture at Beauty on Farwell or Carenza on Bluemound.

Step Four: Enjoy being even more fabulous!

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Lyneé Ruiz started her career in beauty as a salon hairstylist at Carenza in Brookfield. Seven years later, she signed as a hair and makeup artist for Ford Models in Chicago and Miami. While her job consists of being on sets for advertising, editorial, TV, and backstage at New York Fashion Week, Milwaukee will always be home. Writing about tips and tricks she learns along the way for Milwaukee Magazine is one of her favorite creative outlets.