Memorial Day is around the corner, and it's time for vacation, warm weather, and endless rosé. Now that you're packing your vacation bags and getting your summer skincare routine in order for the summer months, you may be wondering how you can get your hair ready for the extra sun and salt water. Well, the summer essential that should have a place in your line-up? Sea salt spray!
These sodium chloride (salt) spritz give you perfectly tousled and effortlessly textured waves for a fresh-off-the-beach look, without the sandy mess. Enriched with softening, volumizing, and shine-enhancing ingredients, these ocean-inspired mists leave you with shiny, mermaid-inspired beach waves. Here are the best sea salt sprays to pick up before summer.
When it comes to sea salt spray, Bumble and Bumble is the authority. This spritz contains magnesium sulfate (Epsom salt) with astringent properties to reduce oily scalps. The other key ingredient is seaweed to volumnize, soften, and increase elasticity of your strands. The Surf Spray is also free of parabens, phthalates, and formaldehyde.
If your hair tends to dry out, this moisturizing salt spray is what you're looking for. In addition to sea salt, the spray contains argan oil and kelp extract to provide gorgeous beach waves. Though this spray contains less sea salt then other brands, it has just enough to add texture without stripping moisture.
Made specifically for blondes, this sea salt spray gives you a sun-kissed set of waves. Though it doesn't contain coconut oil, the spray has a fresh coconut fragrance that smells like paradise. The best part? It's not damaging and can be applied to color-treated hair. For longer hair, you can spray and twist to create loose waves. For shorter hair, spritz and shake your strands for a tousled look.
This Herbivore Botanicals beach wave hair mist contains the same level of salinity as ocean salt water to get you as close to looking fresh off of the beach as possible. With hydrating coconut oil, the spritz keeps your beachy waves hydrated and shiny all day long.
Beach babes, listen up. A spritz of this texturizing sea salt spray gives you tousled waves with a light matte finish, no matter your hair type. It's infused with only the best from the sea: sea salt and sea kelp. Spray to dry or damp hair, then brush with your fingers for a textured look.
Perhaps dipping your hair in the ocean isn't enough to give you the beachy waves you desire. Well, a spritz of this Golden Waves mist should do the trick. The mist is infused with natural golden mica for instant shine and radiant sun-kissed locks. Sea kelp nourishes the scalp so you don't dry out on the beach.
Some sea salt sprays add extra moisture and shine to your waves, while others, like this texture spray by Verb, provides dry volume to maximize fullness. So if you have naturally oily hair, this is your best option. Just because this mist is a dry shampoo + a texture spray, doesn't mean that it puts your hair at risk for breakage. Green tea, sweet almond extract, and quinoa protein repair damage and keep your strands strong and moisturized.
Certified organic, this sea salt mist by John Masters contains natural ingredients to add volume and texture to your hair. Enriched with scalp-soothing lavender, the mist works to absorb oils between washes while enhancing texture to give you those gorgeous mermaid waves.
Whether your hair is wet or dry, a few sprays of 'This is a Sea Salt Spray' will have you looking ocean-fresh. The spritz contains a trio of sea salt to give you a beachy, full-bodied set of waves.
Witch hazel, yellow plant extract, and cranesbill provide texture to even the straightest of strands. In addition to being vegan, this sea salt mist is free of parabens, sulfates, petroleum, and other toxins. It's enriched with sage, lemon, and tangerine to help you smell as fresh as you feel after spritzing this refreshing mist.
You can use this volumizing sea mist any time you want to add some texture and shine to your locks. It's infused with natural ingredients and safe synthetics, like orange flower, neroli, grapefruit oil, and rosewood.