DIY Beach Waves Salt Spray!

DIY Beach Waves Salt Spray!  (Just warm water, sea salt, conditioner and hair gel!)

In honor of summer arriving, here is a wonderful DIY salt spray that will give you beachy waves without breaking the bank.  I usually use Fekkai Summer Hair but ran out and didn’t want to fork over another $25 for my 4th bottle.  I found this fantastic recipe on Maskcara (she just won Allure Beauty Blogger of the Year!).  The only thing I changed from her creation is that I skipped adding perfume.  The end result smelled really nice and coconut-y on its own, but feel free to add some perfume to yours if you like!  I used my empty Fekkai bottle since it has a great spritzer, and I am really loving this spray!  It’s extremely salty, which gives the beachy texture, but it is drying so I use a good serum on the ends of my damp hair and then spritz the salt spray really generously when hair is nearly all dry.  I will also spritz on totally dry hair to add some texture.  I like to spray from the middle of my head down to the ends and scrunch vigorously to get a nice wave.

DIY Beach Waves Salt Spray (Just warm water, salt, conditioner and hair gel!)

DIY Beach Waves Salt Spray!

Adapted From Maskcara

RECIPE:

  • 1 cup WARM water
  • 3 tablespoons sea salt
  • 1 tablespoon hair gel (I used Garnier Fructis Curl Scrunch Gel)
  • 1/2 tablespoon coconut conditioner (I used Organix Coconut Milk Conditioner)

DIRECTIONS:

Mix warm water and salt first and shake well. Add the rest of the ingredients and shake well. Spray your hair generously and scrunch.

Makeup tutorial for the look I am wearing in the above picture coming soon!  If you have your own fave salt spray recipe please share! 

XO

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