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  • Morgan Snee

    DIY beach sea spray for hair RECIPE: 1 Cup WARM water 3 Tablespoons Sea Salt 1 Tablespoon Gel or Spray Gel 1/2 Tablespoon Conditioner (or leave-in) A couple spritzes of your favorite perfume DIRECTIONS: Mix Warm water and salt first and shake well. Add the rest of the ingredients. Spray your hair generously and scrunch.

  • Destiny Rose

    DIY "beach hair" spray----- loves this idea- as john frieda beach waves gets expensive when u have to use a whole bottle to make it "scrunchy"

  • Molly Mae Sarbacker

    Homemade sea salt spray for hair...supposed to give you those perfect "beach waves." Gotta try this out!

  • Julia Bonin

    DIY beach waves sea spray - Maskcara

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I have had an obsession with having wavy beach hair as long as I can remember...and I can never achieve it...maybe this will be the one way to do it!

great for beach hair, or just some good texture and volume. Caution: don't overspray! It took me a few tries to get this right.

DIY Beach Waves 1 cup warm water 1 tbs sea salt 1 tbs coconut oil 1 tbs gel spray generously

Get a spray bottle and mix together 2 cups of warm water, and a tablespoon each of sea salt and coconut oil. Spray this on wet hair. Section off hair in as many pieces as you have patience for, then twist each section. Then let it dry and shake it out. That’s it. Really. Hint: The less you heat style your hair, the healthier it will be, and the better this will start looking!

DIY SEA SALT SPRAY Clean plastic spray bottle (reuse old ones!), 8 ounces minimum in size 1 c. of water 1-3 t. of fine sea salt (use closer to 3 t. if your hair is thick, closer to 1 t. if it’s thin or super dry. You can always add more salt to the bottle, ½ t. at a time, if your results aren’t “beachy” enough!) 1-3 t. coconut-scented conditioner (I use good old-fashioned Suave!) a little dab of hair gel (I use an unscented VO5 gel)

Homemade sea spray. Creates a beach bum texture with stuff you already have around the house!