by Beth Shapouri
Why? Well, the waves aren't uniform--they're kind of messy and haphazard, like a combination of wind and salt water might have created them while she was taking a walk along the sands. And they're more "S" shaped than true spirals (aka curling-iron-shaped). Put these elements together and you hit "beachy."
So now you know the true definition of the word--but there's more to learn from Williams. Check out our video of her to find out her advice on how to handle tricky situations with your best friends.Read More »from Allow Allison Williams to Demonstrate What We Mean when We Say "Beachy Waves"