Beachy hair that wont damage your hair
Like many, I was watching some beauty people on youtube, and they have used a sea salt spray. I wanted it, but it was like 20 dollars for a small bottle. So, I looked for a DIY version. There were three versions I found on youtube. This is mine. :)
P.S. Sorry, the pictures aren't ones I took. I didn't take a picture of me making this, but I did add pictures.
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Pour the sea salt water into the bottle, depending on the size of the bottle, it may or may not fit.
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You could use coconut conditioner to create a "beachy" scent.
Essential oils: If you have dry or coarse hair, this is a good add-in. They will help condition your hair and add some shine. Choose whatever scent you want: ylang ylang works great for sensitive skin and problem scalps. Rosemary is great to help deepen the color of brunette's hair and chamomile brightens blonds. Tea Tree Oil is great for sensitive and oily scalps. If you have oilier hair, this is the best oil to add for you since it won't make your hair oilier or weigh it down. Use 3-5 drops.
Adding more sea salt will give it a more "beachy" look, but will dry out your hair more.
Lemon or lime juice: This will add a slight citrusy scent as well as some extra hold. If you don't want to lighten your hair, don't use this! By adding this and going out in the sun, you could lighten your hair. Add a Tbsp at a time and be careful - too much and it will be sticky!!
Rubbing alcohol: Several online recipes suggest adding this. If you add lemon juice, you will need to add about 1 tsp to preserve freshness. If you have oilier hair, adding this is fine (even without the lemon juice) it will help the other ingredients dry faster and it will help with hold. Just don't add too much or else you'll smell like rubbing alcohol!
Now, your done! I added a lot of other add ins on step 8, so if you deicide to make this, make a version!! <3
I'm glad that you like it and that it gives you the tousled look.