I have mentioned numerous times that my childhood was spent by the beach. And it was one of my favourite experiences. I was at the beach from sun up to sun down, almost all year round. During the Summer months I took pride in my killer tan (which I now seriously regret!), and my crazy wavy I literally spent all day at the beach hair. You know, that piece-y, wavy, just the right amount of texture, that can’t be replicated easily –without a million products.
So I thought why not share my favourite sea salt and texture sprays from over the years. For those days when taking a swim in the ocean is not an option, but you totally want to rock that “beach bum chic” look.
- John Frieda Beach Blonde Ocean Waves – This spray was my jam in middle school! It was the only hair product that enhanced my wavy hair, that I didn’t fully understand how to control until my twenties. It looked like I had spent all day at the beach, and I thought I looked effortlessly cool. It smelled like coconut and sun screen, my favourite scents at the time.
- Bumble and Bumble Surf Spray – Flash forward to 2008, I’m twenty, working and starting to enter the world of high end makeup and hair care. This spray feels more like a texture spray than a wave enhancer, which I didn’t realize when I bought it initially. But once I learned how to use it, I was hooked. I typically use it to add texture to my hair after I curled it.
- Living Proof Instant Texture Mist – I discovered this spray in 2015, you know the year I made Rouge in April… I had been using B&B Surf Spray for years at this point and been mainly happy with it. But when I tried this after I chopped my hair really short I reached for this spray time and time again. This spray made me feel like I finally achieved that effortless, “devil may care” attitude that I had so coveted in middle school. Oh, how I missed Ocean Waves…
- Drybar Mai Tai Spritzer – I have been loving this brand since I discovered it in 2014. From my Buttercup blow dryer, my curling iron to this spray. This was one more product that I fell in love with.
My journey through texture spray has been a long one. I still have bottles of all four. Depending on my mood, I will switch back and forth between them all. Last year John Frieda brought back Ocean Waves, which has been renamed Sea Waves, it’s any nostalgic 90s kid’s dream. The smell alone was the worth the wait. What are some of your favourite sea salt or texture sprays? And on that note, it’s time to end!
All for now,
Title from: Dangerous Girl by LDR