Beach waves are one of the best things about summer vacation. It’s reminiscent about spending a day in the sun and surf.
The good news is that you don’t need to take a vacation to get that salt-strewn tousle. By using beach waves spray, you can make believe you’ve had a carefree day at the beach, even if you’ve been in the office all day.
A key feature of beach waves is that they begin about halfway down your hair. Don’t weigh down the top of your hair with a lot of product.
Use the majority of the sea salt hair spray in the midsection of your hair, from the ears to the collarbone. Put a little at the roots of your hair to get some lift and volume.
For a low-maintenance hair routine, letting your hair air dry or dry while you sleep makes it simpler to get the beach waves you want.
If you have fine hair, use a salt spray on the midsection of your hair. You only need about two pumps. Scrunch the hair and let it dry to about 30 percent dampness. Scrunch the hair and pin it into buns. When you take it down, just finger comb it out.
For thicker hair, you can follow the same technique as fine hair, but use four pumps of a sea salt spray. You may even want a stronger product to help style it. A heavy mousse, applied just to the midsection of the hair can help your heavier locks hold a style.
Instead of buns, twist the hair and clip it up to let it dry. Twist both sides in the same direction, either away from the face or toward the face. In the morning, take out the clips, flip over your hair and enjoy the waves.
If you don’t have time to let your buns dry naturally, use a diffuser to dry the hair. Low heat, medium air should do the trick.
Curling Irons and Flat Irons
A curling iron can help you get those beachy waves too. Pull your hair into a ponytail, and curl just the section that is below the tie.
Before curling, use a sea salt spray that is humidity resistant to keep your hair frizz-free. With your hair in ponytail holder, you can easily keep track of what you’ve curled and it gathers the strands in one place.
A flat iron can also create beachy waves. Spray the hair lightly with beach waves spray, then take two locks of hair next to each other. Twist each lock individually, then twist the two twists together.
Use a flat iron to press the twists in place. Let the hair cool before unwinding. Voila! Beautiful beachy waves that look like you just spent the afternoon in the surf and sun.
For Curly Hair
For curly hair, you don’t want to scrunch the hair to produce even more curls, but you want to ease the strands of hair, almost stretching them out.
Start with damp hair and apply a salt spray, such as AG’S Hair Sea Spray. Work the product through the midsection of your hair, softening the curls. Air-drying is a low-maintenance method, but if you’re in a hurry, use a rough dry on medium heat.
Beach sprays are sometimes called volumizing and thickening products, but these hair products can mimic the effects of salt water by dehydrating your hair, before giving it a gritty texture. This is what gives you that easygoing, tousled look that has so much volume.
Find your favorite sea salt spray when you shop at LaLa Daisy to look trendy and cool all year long!
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