The Coconut Sea Salt Hair Spritz is one of my best sellers. Not only does it smell amazing, like fresh coconut, but it’s a great product with so many uses. If you’re so over spending 20-60 minutes primping and fluffing and defrizzing your hair, then Sea Salt Spray may be a great option for you (and it’s partner, the Coconut Leave-In Conditioner Spray).
At its core, the Sea Salt Spray is just a texturizing and volumizing spray. If you have fine hair, you can use it to add depth and lift to your hair. When your hair is wet, spray the Sea Salt Spray along the bottom sections of your hair and work it through with your fingers. Your hair is most absorbent when its wet, so only add the Spray at the ends of your hair, and your strands will absorb it upward. You can let you hair air dry or you can blow it out. This technique is just enough to add some life to your locks.
You can also use the Sea Salt Spray to freshen up dry hair. Let’s say you just got home from work and you’re going back out. Your hair is flat, maybe it has that dirty hair smell. Maybe it has dents in it because you wore it up in a ponytail or a bun. Just comb it out (or don’t), spray the Sea Salt Spray at the ends and fluff it up with your fingers. I usually add some of my Tea Tree & Lavender Dry Shampoo to my roots as well to clean up any oil and freshen up my hair. I’ll do this same routine for second or third day hair, except that I prefer to use my dry shampoo at night and style my hair with my Sea Salt Spray in the morning.
If your curl your hair, you can spray each of your curls as they are heating to add a little shine and dimension to your curls.
If your hair is prone to frizziness or fluff, you can spray in a little Coconut Leave-In Conditioner and smooth it through your hair. Again, you’ll want to add this in at the bottoms of your locks, especially if your hair is wet. A good rule of thumb is not to add anything to your roots or the upper sections of your hair if you’re prone to grease. Your hair will absorb upward, so keep your hair care products toward the bottom unless you are specifically treating your roots or scalp.
There are thousand different ways to use the Sea Salt Spray, so experiment! Try it on wet or dry hair, after the gym, after the pool. Try it with your hot tools and have fun with it!
Do you have a use for the Sea Salt Spray that I haven’t covered? Add your favorite way to use it in the comments!