DIY Sea Salt Spray
DIY Sea Salt Spray
Perfect beachy, waivy curls are a trend for a reason- they look beautiful! Now to get that look, is another story. My shortcut trick is a good DIY Sea Salt Spray.
Specifically, I use “Celtic Sea Salt” for my blend. I find it’s the best kind of salt I’ve tried for DIY Sea Salt Spray’s. Trust me, in the world of salts there’s so many to pick from – I’m happy to zone in on my personal fav (I bought my Celtic sea salt in a specialty organic store… It shouldn’t be too hard to hunt down)
Little side note, this is no hairspray! Don’t think this blend will hold-up a mohawk. But done right, a good DIY Sea Salt Spray will make super simple waves + it’s easy to make, and it’s insanely healthier than the toxic, sprays sold everywhere.
How DIY Sea Salt Spray Works?
A few sprays and you’ll get soft, subtle beach waves in your hair. How…? Spray it on damp hair after a shower (then scrunch your hair in your hands, lots and you’ll get those subtle hair waves!)
You can also spray this stuff on dry hair. It’ll give your weave more life and awaken your hair waves again.
Another way to get the best waves is to skip blow drying all together when using this spray too…
I also like using this DIY Sea Salt Spray as my finishing spray when I do top-buns or braids- it helps keep my final styles in place and gives my hair some extra nutrients (considering there’s castor & coconut oil in there too!)
DIY Sea Salt Spray Recipe (Celtic Sea Salt + Coconut Oil)
(optional – essential oils for scenting)
- I used 10 drops of jasmine + 10 drops of ylang-ylang
DIY Sea Salt Spray Directions:
- Place a small pot on stove-top over medium heat.
- First, add distilled water followed by Celtic sea salt, coconut oil, and castor oil.
- Continue heating and stirring over medium heat, until the salt has completely dissolved. It’s important the salt is completely dissolved or it won’t work well in spray bottles…
- Remove from heat and let liquid cool completely.
- Once liquid had reached room temperature, add essential oils if you choose to… Mix well and transfer to bottles (preferably glass tinted spray bottles).
- Product expires after 6 months
Thanks for letting me share my latest recipe. My friends were definitely fans of this DIY Sea Salt Spray concoction, I hope you are too!