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Get the Ultimate Beach Waves With Sea Salt Hairspray

3 Sea Salt Hairspray DIY Recipes

Did you know that sea salt hairspray is the second most used hair product, right after dry shampoo? A lot of people prefer sea salt spray for their everyday use since it gives them an insane amount of volume and bounce. If you are on a budget do not worry, since we also teach you to make your own sea salt hairspray DIY style at home. Keep on reading to figure out all the benefits when it comes to the use of sea salt spray DIY.

What Is Sea Salt Hairsrpray?

A sea salt spray is a product that professional hairdressers use to achieve messy beach waves. If you have naturally curly or wavy hair, you will not have to use a hefty amount of this product. However, women with naturally thin, flat and straight hair will want to build their volume with a hefty amount of this product. Although it is called sea salt spray, it does not have an overpowering scent and almost every woman can use this hair care product.

How Do You Use Sea Salt Hair Spray?

Before spraying on the product, shampoo your hair and work with cleansed strands for ideal results. If you cannot wash your hair since you are running out of the house, at least dampen it with water.

Next, comb your hair and get rid of any tangles. Make sure that it is free of any other product before you apply a sea salt spray. You can then shake your bottle of sea salt spray and get the product going. Spray each section of your hair, especially around your mid and top section. You can also scrunch and twist your hair to give it its needed shape. You can use any of your typical hair styling tools to give yourself those flawless beachy waves.

Then, dry your hair, preferably using the air-dry method. Make sure that you do not rub or squeeze your head with a towel since it will cause friction, and it will damage your strands.

What Does Sea Salt Spray Do for Different Hair Types?

The best part regarding a sea salt spray is that it can be used by everyone, no matter their hair type, length, or texture:

  • If your hair is normal and it does not have a lot of texture, or frizz, a sea salt spray will give you that natural wave.
  • If your hair is quite thick and curly, this product will define your curls while reducing frizz.
  • If your hair is straight and flat, you will end up with volume and texture.

Top 3 Sea Salt Hairspray DIY Recipes

For Curly Hair: Organic Coconut Oil Sea Salt Spray

If your hair is curly and you want to make yourself a quick and easy DIY spray, go for this one! Make sure that you have:

  • A bottle
  • 1 tablespoon of sea salt
  • 1 tablespoon of organic coconut oil
  • 1 tablespoon of leave-in hair conditioner
  • 1 cup of warm water

First, you need to pour the warm water and mix it with sea salt into your bottle. Shake these ingredients until the salt dissolves.

Next, add the melted coconut oil and your conditioner to another dish. Once these two are blended together, add them to your spray bottle. Then, let the mixture sit before you add it to your strands.

For Dry Hair: Macadamia Oil Sea Salt Spray

If your hair is quite dry you can replenish it with Macadamia oil. Make sure to use:

  • 1 cup of warm water
  • 1 tablespoon of sea salt
  • 1 teaspoon of Epsom salt
  • 1 tablespoon of macadamia oil

Start off by mixing the warm water with the salts until they dissolve. Heat up your stove to speed up the process. Once the mixture cools down, add the remaining ingredients to the bowl. Now you can pour your newly created sea salt spray into a spritz bottle. Store it in your bathroom vanity.

For Thin Hair: Avocado Oil Sea Salt Spray

Lastly, if your hair is quite thin and it demands volume, make yourself this sea salt spray. Make sure you have:

  • 1 cup of warm water
  • 1 tablespoon of sea salt
  • 2 teaspoons of avocado oil
  • 5 drops of any essential oil if you need a soothing scent

Stir the salt in your bowl with water until it completely dissolves. Add the oil along with essential oils. Then, let the mixture cool down before you apply it to your strands. Once it does, spray it on top.

If your hair is quite dry you should also add an extra teaspoon of avocado oil. However, if your hair is quite oily, use 1 teaspoon less than planned.

Ready for an Insane Amount of Texture?

And there you have it! All the perks of using a sea salt spray, as well as three different ways on how to make this product. Which recipe will you use?