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jazzy17 asked:

06 Aug 2010

Hey guys I'm from Australia and where I come from it will be getting warm soon , I have found that

the beachy hairstyle keeps up with me when it gets warmer and I can't be bothered with heat styling , instead I decided tyo work with my natural wavy hair . But the things is does anybody know any home made recipes for seasalt spary ?



juliersulli says:

Posted on 07 Aug 2010

Sea Salt Spray Recipe

What is Required

•8 fl. oz. of distilled or filtered water.

•A clean spray bottle. It’s best if you’ve one in your house or else you can get a cheap one from a grocery store. Make sure that it can hold at least 8 fl. oz. to 10 fl. oz. of distilled or filtered water.

•Sea Salt (finely grounded sea salt available in the market works better and mixes well. It may cost you around $2.50). Use 1 teaspoon for each 8 fl. oz. of water.

•A coconut scented conditioner. Use ½ teaspoon but you can use more if you’ve dry hair.

•A dab of unscented hair gel or else, scent of the gel will interfere with the scent of the conditioner. Also, don’t mix the hair gel that is too thick or they won’t mix well. Instead, use higher hold gel for stronger hold.

Optional Add-Ins

Although, the above mentioned ingredients make a good sea salt spray, many people tend to add extra oils and other things to make it more healthy for the hair. Some of those things are:

•If you have dry or coarse hair, you may add essential oils. They not only condition your hair but gives a shine too. You may choose ylang ylang that is good for sensitive skin, rosemary that helps to deepen the color of brunette hair or chamomile that brightens blonds.

•Tea tree oil is great for sensitive and oily scalps. This is the best possible option if you have oily hair.

•You can also use more sea salt if you have oily hair, because sea salt dries out hair quickly. The more you use it, the more it will help to hold your hair in place.

•Lemon or lime juice is also a good option because it contains slight citrus-y scent and provides extra hold. Avoid adding too much of it as it may make your hair sticky.

•You can add a hairspray too, but only if the manufactured spray doesn’t hold your hair well. Always add an invisible hold hair spray to maintain the beach hair look.

Directions to Prepare

The toughest part is to get all the ingredients in right quantity. Once you get the ingredients, preparing sea salt spray takes no time. Add all the ingredients to the spray bottle and shake well until all ingredients are mixed properly. Oils added never mix properly, so shake the spray each time before you use it. If due to any reason, the hair gel or conditioner doesn't combine, just warm the mixture in a microwave. Cool it and then use the spray.

Sea salt sprays are indeed a great escape from the costly and time taking beautician’s parlor. They are easy to make, cheap and easy to wash out as well. Try making them at home and you’ll not feel the need to visit beauty salons to get wavy hair.

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