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  • DIY: sea salt spray
  • Jennifer Biswas
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DIY: sea salt spray

In the summer, I love the effortless waves that I get after a day at the beach/lake. I have used a lot of different kinds of sea salt spray to achieve a similar look, but they can be quite pricey. Another thing about store bought sea salt spray is that they don't give you enough for your money. Making your own sea salt spray at home can save you lots AND it works just as good, if not better!


Sea salt spray is great to add some texture and volume to your hair without all the chemicals. It also makes it easier for your hair to hold waves or curls. I love using this DIY spray when I'm feeling lazy in the morning and I just want an easy, wavy style. 

For this DIY sea salt spray you will need the following supplies:

1 tbsp. sea salt

1 tbsp. coconut oil 

1 cup warm water

spray bottle

Directions for sea salt spray: 

1. We used a liquid measuring cup to warm up 1 cup of water in the microwave. It only takes about 2 minutes.

2. Next, we put in one tablespoon of coconut oil and one tablespoon of sea salt. We stirred the ingredients together directly in the measuring cup with the water.



3. After stirring together the ingredients, carefully pour the sea salt spray into your spray bottle. 

I like to use this spray when my hair is still slightly damp after a shower. Simply scrunch and spray! After my hair is somewhat dry, I sometimes curl a few pieces that didn't get as wavy as I wanted. 

And there you have it- super easy and inexpensive sea salt spray! You definitely get more for your money in comparison to the Bumble and Bumble Surf Spray, which costs $27 for a 4 ounce bottle. This DIY sea salt spray works well with any hair type and let me tell you, it smells amazing (if you like coconut, of course)! Let us know what you think of it! 


  • Jennifer Biswas
  • diy

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