The loose waves look is universally adored by celebrities and everyday beauty lovers alike. Loose wavy hairstyles are the newest hot trend when it comes to Brazilian Hair, so getting those perfectly loose curls can be a little daunting, however, we've found some beauty tutorials that make it oh-so-simple.

It seems that this season the new hair styling trend is to create fabulous loose waves into the Human Hair Weave as loose wavy hairstyles look amazing and bring naturalness and sexiness into one, which means any woman can benefit from this fabulous hairstyle as long as the hair has the necessary length.

Learning how to create a fabulous Loose Wave Hair is not difficult. With the right hair styling tools, products and a little bit of practice, you will be able to style these gorgeous waves through your hair in no time. Because following the right tutorials is a must if you want to obtain the perfect result, we have put together the main steps to consider when choosing this type of hairstyle. Enjoy reading!

BLOW DRYER AND CURLING IRON
For those of you with fine hair, we have a great tutorial for getting barely-there waves that look totally natural. All you need is a little mousse, curling iron and a blow dryer!

Before You Begin: Get the right haircut. If your cut is too blunt, the thick ends will weigh down your curl. To cultivate loose, bouncy waves, cut long layers into your hair.

Step 1: Prep damp hair with the right styling product for your texture. If you have thick hair, work a smoothing oil from mid-length to ends to control frizz. If you have extremely straight or fine hair, you'll need extra hold to keep waves intact, so comb a mousse from roots to ends.

Step 2: Blow-dry completely, using your fingers to pull hair taut as you direct the dryer's nozzle downward.

Step 3: Starting around the face, use a one-inch curling iron to create waves in two-inch sections. Twirl the hair away from the face, and keep the iron at a 45-degree angle.

Step 4: Clip the completed front sections out of the way and curl the back half of the hair. Hold the iron vertically, with its top just above ear level.