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Sunday, October 18, 2015

Make Your Own Conditioning Sea Salt Spray

Make Your Own Conditioning Sea Salt Spray

Perfect beach-y waves are the ultimate hair goal for many; the problem is that to create such style, more often than not you will need a sea salt spray. A spray that more often than not is drying to the hair, an expensive spray that you may not use all that often? Well, why not create your own - a hair treatment created for your own needs, that is fully natural and conditioning to boot. All you need is water, coconut oil and of course sea salt. Cheap, cheerful and of course easy to make.

Make Your Own Conditioning Sea Salt Spray

What you will need:
A spray bottle
One tablespoon of sea salt
One tablespoon of coconut oil
50ml of water (or enough water to fill your chosen bottle)

1, In a pot combine the water and sea salt, over a light heat on the stove gently stir until the salt completely dissolves.
2, In a separate pot gently melt the coconut oil (you can also zap this in the microwave).
3, Combine the melted oil and salt water, shake and gently pour into the bottle.
4, Mist onto wet hair, scrunch and enjoy your new soft waves.

If you have particularly stubborn or thick hair that doesn't hold a wave, you can up the salt quota to two tablespoons. The same applies if you require additional moisture, add a spoonful more of coconut oil or even a little of your favourite conditioner to the mix.





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10 comments:

  1. That is so smart! i love it you could even add a little bit of a fragrance if you wanted it to smell nice something like a bit of vanilla?

    www.beautyandtheboy.com

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  2. This is a nice DIY post, I loved using sea salt sprays in the summer and I would probably still try and make this now.

    http://perfectshadeofmauve.blogspot.com/

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  3. I love reading a good DIY post! Definitely going to give this a try as I never use sea salt sprays because they are so drying!

    Lucy // a little of lucy

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  4. Oh my gosh this is such a good idea! And I actually have all of these ingredients in my house, unlike for most DIY posts haha.

    Bethany | Curly and Wordy

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  5. I love DIY posts :) Shame my hair is horrendously thick and I look rediculous with anything other than straight hair. I dream of beach hair hehehe

    http://www.makeerinover.co.uk

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  6. My current store bought spray smells like coconut, so I'm pretty sure it has at least a little... they don't sell that brand here in Europe so I think instead I will make this one! Great DIy, thanks for the inspiration. Will be happy to share with my readers once I try it :)

    www.MarinaSays.com

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  7. Hi! :) I've been using Toni&Guy's sea salt spray for my curly hair, and it is not very affordable in Turkey and yesterday I was thinking about exactly this subject, wondering if I could do it simply by bottleing some sea water :D because I live in a coast town where I take long walks by the shore on the sand with my hubby :) Then this morning, I saw yours in the bloglovin news :)
    Thank you for the idea :)
    xoxo

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  8. Thank you so much for this diy! ^-^
    xoxo
    www.milleunrossetto.blogspot.it

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