DIY Sea Salt Spray for Awesome Beachy Waves!

Friday, August 22, 2014

Well… it’s a little gloomy and rainy here today, but hopefully you all have sunshine and warm weather where ever you’re tuning in from! I say this because today I am showing you all how to make your own Sea Salt Spray to get those sought after effortless looking beachy waves in your hair!

Even if you’ve got rain like I do here, we’ll still get a little more nice weather so you can rock that beachy hair look. On the other hand, if you’re planning a tropical vacation, this spray will be perfect for that. It makes quick work of getting decent hair when you’d rather be laying in the sun, going on an excursion, or participating in activities rather than spending the time doing your hair.

This really is the best sea salt spray I’ve used in my hair. I’ve tried many others and only found one that compared to this, which has been discontinued – isn’t that the way it often goes? Other sprays leave your hair feeling too crunchy or don’t do much to enhance the natural wave and texture  in your hair. That being said, it is sea salt spray so your hair will feel a bit like there is stuff in it, there’s no getting away from it completely, but the other nurturing ingredients in this concoction really help to reduce those icky results. 

So, before you guys get to watching the video, I just want you to have a chance to get prepared with this list of supplies and ingredients you’ll need: 

What You’ll Need

-     Clear Spray Bottle (I got one from a dollar store for $1)
-     Warm Water (ummm…from your faucet, kitchen OR bathroom. He he)
-     Sea Salt (Grocery Stores for about $5 or so per container or box)
-     Raw Coconut Oil (Health Food Store for about $5 per container)
-     Essential Oil, I recommend Lavender for this (craft store, mine was a blend for $6 a bottle)
  **I recommend getting pure essential oil and not a blend, prices will vary**

      Woolzies Lavender 100% Pure Essential Oil
      LAVENDER-40/42 - 100% Pure Essential Oil - 10 ml
-     Small Sea Shells, for esthetics only (Craft store for about $4)

Here’s what you can look forward to achieving when using this in your hair – make sure you spray it in your hair from roots to ends and scrunch with your head upside down while blow drying with a diffuser. If any of you want a video on how I blow dry my hair with this spray, let me know in the comments!

Alright, everyone! Now here’s the video for your viewing pleasure. If you end up having and questions after watching, you can leave those in the comment section below this post! ;)

That’s it for this post! Have fun getting those beachy waved strands! Hope you enjoy this spray as much as I do!  

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