This year many are raving about Sea Salt Spray for the beach hair look. If you are dreaming about the beach and want that beach hair, here is a DIY spray for beach hair. I absolutely love it! It is so easy and actually gives you the beach look you want.
How To Get The Beach Hair Look With DIY Beach Hair Spray
I sometimes use Bumble and Bumble Surf Spray for my curly hair. If you have curly hair, you know the pain of finding the right kind of hair product that will keep your hair looking fabulous and also keep the frizz away. This does exactly that. When you use other hair products, they may leave your hair feeling sticky or hard; however, using a beach hair spray leaves your hair feeling light, not sticky, and frizz free. If you were to go buy this amazing spray, the price can range from $20-30. As an alternative, you can create your own DIY beach hair with this simple DIY Spray.
Beach Hair Spray Recipe
All of the ingredients for the DIY Beach Hair Spray can be found at any grocery store.
You will need:
- 8 oz or larger spray bottle
- 1 tsp of Sea Salt (You can use Epsom Salt)
- 1.5 tsp of Coconut Oil (or try Dabur Vatika Coconut Hair Oil)
- 1 tsp of hair gel of your choice
- one cup of water
If you want to add a natural hair lightening element to the recipe, just add 1 tbsp of lemon juice or apple cider vinegar for natural highlights! This will give your DIY Beach Hair more color and dimension.
Here are the simplest steps ever to making this DIY Highlight Beach Hair Spray!!
- Pour all the ingredients into the spray bottle. You may want a funnel to put the ingredients into the bottle.
- Shake it all up!!
- Spray it to wet hair evenly and scrunch your hair.
- You can twirl 2 inch sections of your hair around your fingers to add definition to your hair.
- Enjoy your beautiful DIY beach hair wherever you are!
A Little Bit More About DIY Beach Hair
Because my hair is naturally curly and thick, you might want to adjust the DIY beach hair recipe slightly if you have fine or straight hair.
– For more hold, add more salt to the spray (but too much salt may dry your hair out.)
– If you have fine or oily hair, reduce the amount of coconut oil or do not use it at all.
– If you do not have much curls in your hair, it will result in waves more than curls.
*Note: Coconut oil is solid and will harden up at temperatures under 78 degrees. So you can microwave the spray for 15 seconds, set it out in the sun or leave it in the bathroom when you are taking a shower. This way it will melt the ingredients together.
I know I am making some beach hair spray to keep my curly hair beach hair ready! Now that you see how simple this process is to make do you think you’ll make your own sea salt spray for your DIY beach hair?