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To get Hosk's angel waves, Capri turned to the Beachwaver S1, which, she says, is a foolproof way get that bouncy angel hair at home. "The iron literally does the work for you. Just be sure to rake your fingers through your hair once you're finished curling, to ensure that effortless look," says Capri.
To get the look, Capri divided hair into one-inch sections, then clamped the curling iron near the ends of the hair -- leaving out about one-inch of hair at the ends -- and curled Hosk's hair away from her face. Capri continued to curl her hair in one-inch sections, then repeated the technique on the other side of Hosk's head. After allowing the hair to cool for a few minutes, Capri spritzed flexible hold hairspray on her fingertips and gently ran them through the ends of Hosk's hair to separate curls and transform them into effortless beach waves. "The key to this look is leaving out that inch or two at the ends of the hair," Capri says. "Curling the ends is too much."
After all, the VS Angel look is all about looking effortlessly sexy (even if you're dressed up like a turkey).
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