Candice Swanepoel, Victorias Secret Fashion Show Runway

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If you haven't recorded this year's Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, there's still time!

Should you miss performances by Selena Gomez and The Weeknd or all the dazzling runway looks, fret not. At you least you can now recreate the bouncy, tousled hairstyle that has become as synonymous with the Victoria's Secret brand as its push-up bras.

On behalf of Beachwaver Co., Riawna Capri and Nikki Lee, celeb hairstylists and E! Style Collective's resident hair experts, helped create the effortless-looking waves on models like Gigi Hadid, Kendall Jenner and Candice Swanepoel. Though those perfectly imperfect tendrils may look intimidating, replicating the look may be easier than you think.

"Victoria's Secret is all about voluminous, sexy waves," said the pair. "The Beachwaver S1 is the tool that will allow you to re¬create the look at home! Here is the breakdown of how to get the look."

Candice Swanepoel

Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Victoria's Secret

Step 1: Start by bringing all your hair forward, to the left and right of your head.

Step 2: Starting from the bottom, section your hair in horizontal layers, clipping the rest up with a Darby or hair clip.

Step 3: To curl your hair with a rotating curling iron, take a one-inch section and clamp your hair near the bottom. Pro tip: The key to the look is leaving 1.5-inches of the ends out of the clamp to create a looser, straighter end to the wave. Then press the arrow pointing away from your face to start the rotation of the iron and release the arrow to stop.

Step 4: Continue all the way up one side before moving to the other side.

Step 5: Allow all the curls to cool and then brush them all out using a bristle brush and a flexible hairspray. Run your fingers through the waves for the perfect, sexy Victoria's Secret-inspired look!

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