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    Hey all, I was wondering how I achieve this messy, wavy kind of beach look?
    I have long brown hair so obviously Im not bothered about the colour - just the style!
    Thanks guys
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    Why would you want that? It's disgusting.
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    (Original post by iamkund)
    Why would you want that? It's disgusting.
    Exactly :lolwut:

    Hallooween was a few months ago :p:
    Btw. I have "messy, wavy hair" when I wake up in the morning xD
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    wash your hair, towel it, and when its damp you dont use a brush you just ruffle your hair about with your fingers and kinda scrunch it up to your head??
    anyways thats what i do and maybe a little bit of hairspray aswell to keep it messy!!
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    thats rank. instead chop it off short, dye it black and **** it up
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    (Original post by Haz313)
    Hairspray, brush and a whole lot of back combing..
    I agree with this, however I doubt it will do the quality of your hair any favours if done on a regular basis.
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    (Original post by ubergeek1991)
    Hey all, I was wondering how I achieve this messy, wavy kind of beach look?
    I have long brown hair so obviously Im not bothered about the colour - just the style!
    Thanks guys
    Its called back combing. When I worked in JW, all the girls seemed to do it. Kinda of a Rah thing I suppose, I think its pretty hot so go for it =]
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    You can get some spray, i think its Toni and Guy, you put it on when your hairs still damp and its supposed to have an effect like what salt water does to your hair.
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    Wake up in the morning .
 
 
 

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