Get the Hair Look: Keke Palmer’s Beach Waves

November 16, 2011  |  

At the 2011 BET awards, Keke Palmer showed up dressed to impress in a black and silver tube dress body-con number. To top it off, she styled her ombre mane in sultry beach waves that added to her soft glamour. Beach waves are a simple and stylish alternative when you want a break from straight styles or just want to add some volume and definition to your hair. Here’s what you need to get the look. Before you begin, make sure your hair is washed, conditioned and not weighed down with products. Then:

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  • Unfadeablebeauty

    The flexi-rod method is the way to go. No heat and no fuss. — @L0v3_LeAnn

  • Thebahamian

    Lol I was about to say that’s not her hair. I don’t like the colors on her.

  • Beautifull

    Thank you for that comment Nina. The first step should have been to buy a pack of weave cause we all know that ain’t Keke’s real hair.

    • astodghill

      That’s funny.  I didn’t even think of that. But yes, you are right. And pretty standard in Hollywood!  I think the same steps apply to real hair. Although the look will be a lot shorter. It would still be cute.

  • Prissy

    Keke’s weaves are ALWAYS on point!!

    • I am disappointed that the truth wasn’t told. That is a weave and if you want to sell or market products atleast tell the truth. For women who want this purchase Brandy human hair weave 2D and add the beach waves with the new fancing curling irons and Nexxus products to give the weave that glow.

      • Dolapo Roberts

        Not trying to sell or market, just giving tips. But yes, you’re right about it being a weave. I didn’t feel the need to state the obvious. The steps in achieving the waves still apply whether you are using weave or your real (relaxed) hair. Thanks 🙂