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Creating Beachy Waves With Sea Salt Spray Haircare Products

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Introduction - Creating Beachy Waves With Sea Salt Spray Haircare Products

Most people either have some natural wave in their hair or they wish they did.  Waves which look like they developed naturally after a day spent at the beach frolicking in the salt spray are always in high demand.

Why?  No two beachy wave hairstyles ever look the same and there's no right or wrong ways to create them.

Luckily creating beachy waves with sea salt spray haircare products can create the desired texture for many different hair types and natural textures.

Methods For Creating Beachy Waves

Beachy waves as highlighted by Jennifer Aniston or recently showcased on ABC's Rachel Taylor (Charlie's Angels, 666) can be created in the following ways:

1.  Utilizing a traditional salt spray styling product keeping in mind that less is always more.

2.  With a DIY salt product (8 ounces of  water in a spray bottle mixed with 2-4 teaspoons of salt and 1-2 drops of moisturizing oils such as jojoba, Moroccan, Argan or similar).

Vanessa Williams & Rachel Taylor With Wavy Hairstyles Vanessa Williams & Rachel Taylor With Wavy Hairstyles

3.  Diffuse drying combined with three prong hot iron waving tools or {{asin=B003FBI9LS,text=deep waver}}.

4.  Through a series of tight or loose micro or mini-braids crafted on damp strands prepped with wave enhancing styling products.

5.  When set on traditional waves, pin curls or related rollers {{asin=B000Q7CVDQ,text=Beach Wave Rollers}} and deconstructed into loose waves with fingers and/or a brush.

Depending on your hair's type, texture, condition and length you'll have to experiment to find the best beachy waving method which works best for you, your budget and your lifestyle.

Beachy Waves For All Seasons

Regardless of the various methods you select to create beachy waves, most fans of these spectacular cascading strands agree salt spray is the fastest and easiest method.

There are several popular salt spray styling products currently available which create fabulous results.

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Listed are the most popular in no particular order:

{{asin=B00193YGF2,text=Sea Mist Sea Salt Spray With Lavender - John Masters Organics Hair Care}}

{{asin=B005JDPKZI,text=KMS HairPlay Sea Salt Spray Hair Spray}}

{{asin=B000BIXP5I,text=Bumble & Bumble Surf Spray}}

{{asin=B00138Y8NI,text=Aquage Sea Salt Texturizing Spray}}

{{asin=B003VSVJJE,text=Pravana The Beach Wave Control Mist}}

{{asin=B003MUHOZ,text=Frederic Fekkai - Marine Summer Hair Beach Waves}}

{{asin=B008H4RPAO,text=Oribe Apres Beach Wave And Shine Spray}}

{{asin=B006VDRQEI,text=Alterna Bamboo Style Boho Waves Tousled Texture Mist}}

Not All Salt Spray Products Are Created Equally

Not all salt spray products are created equally and work differently depending upon the hair type, texture, condition and length.  People with thin or fine hair may have better luck utilizing salt sprays for creating beachy hair then those with thick hair.

The best way to apply salt spray products are to spray them into the palms of your hands and then rake or scrunch through towel blotted wet strands.  Be sure to distribute any salt spray products from the roots to the ends.  Start slowly.

Rachel Taylor With Beachy Waves On ABC's 666 Rachel Taylor With Beachy Waves On ABC's 666

When it comes to salt sprays, less is always more since it can sometimes be drying if not combined with leave-in conditioners or a drop or two of moisturizing oils (Moroccan, Argan, jojoba, coconut or similar).

Best Styling Methods After Utilizing Salt Spray Products

After hair has been completely dressed with the desired salt spray product you have the option to diffuse dry hair, let it air dry or add a series of pin curls, rag rollers or braids to amp up the finished beachy waves appearance.

When creating beachy waves, if the proper amount of salt spray is applied and combined with the best air or heat drying, beachy waves may last well past second-day hair by utilizing dry shampoo products to revive the hairstyle.

In some cases you can apply the dry shampoo product to hair, finger rake it and finish with a blast of salt spray.

Avoid Drying Out Hair When Creating Beachy Waves With Salt Spray Hair Care Products

When applied properly, salt sprays will create beachy waves for most hair types and textures from thin and straight to thick and naturally wavy.  Salt sprays can also add target volume throughout the top of the hair and at the crown.  When combined with conditioners or oils it will prevent the formation of any frizz.

Rachel Taylor With Beachy Waves Rachel Taylor With Beachy Waves

Salt sprays when used without companion oils or moisturizing creams can be very drying.  As a result, it's important to avoid overuse of the salt sprays.  It should never be used on a daily basis except for spot styling.

If you do wish to use the salt sprays on a daily basis be sure to combine it with super moisturizing rinse-out or leave-in conditioners.

Consider using a hydrating cleanser or opt for low-poo, no-poo or a diluted formulation (DS).  Remember to finish beachy waves with a tiny bit of moisturizing serum.

Summary - Creating Beachy Waves With Sea Salt Spray Haircare Products

To create beach-inspired, sun-kissed, surf-swept and beautifully alluring tresses experiment with salt spray products combined with moisturizing oils, creams and different styling methods.

If you wish to utilize a sea spray product without chemicals consider {{asin=B00193YGF2,text=Sea Mist Sea Salt Spray With Lavender - John Masters Organics Hair Care}} which is infused with lavender.

Many of the other products included in the list have won rave reviews.  Remember, do you own homework and be willing to experiment with a variety of products which might work best for your hair type, texture and desired results.
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