How to Create Beach-Style Waves With a Homemade Sea Salt Spray
DIY Sea Salt Hair Spray
People who hang around the beach all day seem to all have naturally wavy hair. That isn't a coincidence. Just being around the ocean and the sun creates natural waves in your locks. You can replicate the effect that the ocean has on your hair by buying sea salt sprays in drugstores. But why buy something for 20 dollars when you can make it at home for a fraction of the cost? Making a homemade sea salt spray is quick, easy, and cheap. You can easily make it with a few household ingredients.
All you need is six simple ingredients.
- 1 Tablespoon sea salt
- 1 cup hot water
- 1 Empty spray bottle
- 1 Teaspoon coconut oil
- 1 Teaspoon hair gel
- 1 Bowl for mixing
- Directions: Pour the hot water into a mixing bowl. Add the sea salt and with a spoon stir it into the water. Once all the sea salt is dissolved, Add about a teaspoon of hair gel, and a teaspoon of coconut oil. Mix well and then pour the mixture into the spray bottle. Shake it to make sure all the ingredients are mixed properly.
- Application: After washing your hair, towel dry it so that it is still damp, but no longer soaking wet. Spray the mixture in your hair (make sure that the water has cooled off before you spray it or you could get burned). As you are spraying your hair take sections of hair and scrunch it up, going all the way up to your scalp. This will encourage the hair to become wavier. Continue the process with the rest of your hair, spray a bit and then scrunch up your hair. Allow to air dry and you are done. Your hair will now have beach inspired wavy hair, all from the comfort of your home.
The hair gel and coconut oil are not essential but the oil will help moisturize your hair which could become a little dry from the sea salt. If you don’t have coconut oil you can use a variety of other oils. Essential oils also add fragrance to your homemade spray. If you don’t have any essential oil you can also use a leave-in conditioner.
This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.