Sea Salt Spray is a product that helps you style your hair into that wet, messy, “beachy” look everyone loves. It gives your hair beautiful waves due to the salt component in the spray. Many sea salt products use epsom salt, and not actual seasalt.Sea salt spray is probably the most used hair product after dry shampoo.
If you want to add texture to fine hair or enhance natural curls, spritzing product on damp (not soaking wet) hair will give the best results. Frizz and texture do not mix whatsoever, so keep in mind that using a towel to dry your hair is a big no-no since the fibers in a towel are the culprit behind frizz. Use a cotton T-shirt or microfiber cloth to get any excess water out instead. Lightly coat hair in your sea salt spray of choice from the mid-shaft to the ends and lightly scrunch it using that cotton tee to build up the texture or accentuate your curls. You can choose to diffuse hair on a low heat or cool setting afterwards, but air-drying will do the trick.
When hair is in a dry state, sea salt spray can work its magic and it’s an incredibly low-maintenance and easy way to style. If you’re done heat-styling or air-drying your hair, add in any moisturizing serums or creams before spritzing a salt spray — meaning, this product should be the last step. Depending on the look you’re going for, you can certainly spray your roots with a sea salt spray, but it works best when used on the lengths. Use a light hand when spraying so that you don’t overwhelm hair with texture or weight down fine strands.
You can find this kind of product in every drugstore, but also you can made this product with home ingredients. You will need one empty spray bottle, 3 teaspoon with sea salt, a tablespoon with coconut oil, tablespoon with hair conditioner. If you don’t have coconut oil you can use argon oil. Than put warm water in the spray bootle after you put all the ingredians.