Water Wave Guide: Marlene Dietrich Hairstyle Tutorial

The flood wave is a gentle wave, which was very popular in particular in the 20s and 30s.

Has been much waves in the 19th century and at the turn of the year dog er, this one has onduliert hair. In other words, it has processed dry hair with a curling iron (also Marcel wave or Marcel Ripple called).

The water wave, called also finger wave, only much later came up to the boyish flapper hairstyles to make the 20’s female.

Not about the roaring twenties, but the feminine and glamorous 30s are the high phase of water wave however, different than most think. To Marlene Dietrich, we remember always with water wave in the shoulder-length hair. And she was famous for her beautiful blonde, curly hair. She wore in it by the way every now and then real gold dust for more reflection and sheen.

Classic hairstyle technique applies the rule to put three shafts and two rows of PIN curls (Papillots) and as Marlene Dietrich has worn her hair via simplyyellowpages.com. This technique provides Mary with me to the according style before.

Wenr sets for the first time a water wave, needs at least one to two hours and should have a helper for the back of the head. Mary has fortunately participated in her hairdressing training at a seminar in water waves and uses the technique in their thesis. That’s why she get that in half an hour

Water Wave Guide – Preparation

Wash hair. Closely at the head smoothly comb wet hair. Pull side parting.

During the entire set of hair in waves hair for example with a Pollinator must be wet.

Water Wave Guide Step 1: C-Form

Start on the long side of the apex. The hair must now with comb and fingers up behind the ear in three C-shaped waves are created.

The C is caused by the movement of the comb in the hair. The ridge and pushed to the face, yields a C direction of your back, that the left direction of shaft and pulled away from the face emerges a C towards your face, this is the right direction of the shaft.

In the actual wave of water it depends on that the hair be combed properly alternately to the left or right in the respective direction of waves.

Water weave Instructions Step 2: Undulation

If man has shaped the C using the dragging of the Ridge, must it this is the turning point of the Ridge direction, to create the Wellenberg, pushing with the comb, see picture on left. Sliding parallel to the crest, so the waves are aligned like the parting.

Very important: The Wellenberg must be held between the index finger and middle finger of the left hand and pressed together, so it is not again just moved again combing and creating the next wave.

During the forming of the next wave of “the finger jump” continue to keep the next wave.

Direct behind the first row, the wave will continue, so that it covers the entire top of the head.

Water Wave Guide Step 3: Clip

The final waves are stuck with hair clips.

Only put the first bracket, then extend the shaft to the rear and put the second bracket.

The clips are always left and right of the undulation, to hold it in position.

Water Wave Guide Step 4

According to the three shafts are the remaining hair in the height of the ear in one or two Pincurls papillotiert.

Water Wave Guide Step 5

Then on the other side of the head just as procedures:

Water Wave Guide Step 6

At the back the front axle on the long side over the head extend and run to the other side of the apex.

The remaining shafts are extended equally from front to back around the head and secured with Bobby pins.

Complete in the neck area.

For short hair, hair expires automatically on a natural line. Long hair like me, set the length of the hair in 2 superimposed PIN curls series.

Water Wave Guide Step 7

Still wet, fix the hair with hair spray.

Then, carefully with a hair dryer or air dry water waves.

Water Wave Guide Step 8

Dry that are the hair in waves carefully remove hair clips. Start up.

Waves break up or let for a wet look.

Fix it with hair spray.

Clearly over shoulder-length hair lengths either loosely bind to a node in the neck or stuck to a role.