When I am planning my outfit and hair for a festival, I always go for a cool, edgy, and easy style. When Bed Head asked me to create a festival look with their Wave Artist Tourmaline Ceramic Deep Waver, I knew the perfect hair style I wanted to create: my go to messy top knot! I get so many questions on this hairstyle, and believe it or not, it is actually SO easy. The top knot goes best with a messy wave, and the Wave Artist is the best way to get the look!
I love Bed Head for lots of reasons, but their self proclaimed products for the rule breakers, laugh-out-louders and the creative minds is what I love most because they are for real girls with real hair. A Bed Head girl tries new styles and is not afraid to step out of her comfort zone, which is exactly what I did with the Wave Artist.
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The Wave Artist is unlike any other hair tool I have used before! It gave my hair loose, fun waves that was perfect for my messy top knot festival look. It reduced frizz and gave my hair lots of shine which is crucial in this Texas heat! The Wave Artist was so easy to use. I just lightly clamped a small section of hair between the barrels and held it for a few seconds. I wanted continuous waves, so I matched the outermost wave and worked down my hair.
For the top knot, I simply pulled back the front part of my hair towards the crown of my head and secured it in a small bun with a ponytail holder. After that, I pulled at the ends of the hair in the bun to give it a messy look. I also pulled down little strands of hair around my face. I finished it off with a texture spray. The goal for this look was to have a messy and easy style that is festival ready!
The Wave Artist Tourmaline Ceramic Deep Waver is such a fun hair styling tool not only for a festival, but for a fun every day style as well! Now I have to find a festival to go to… any suggestions?! You can get the Wave Artist in store and online at Ulta Beauty. What are your favorite Bed Head products? Let me know in the comments!
*This is a sponsored post in partnership with BedHead and Her Campus Media. All words and opinions are my own.