Is lush sea salt spray good?

Is lush sea salt spray good?

Why it works. This spray gives my hair extra volume and texture, and makes the best beach waves I have ever seen my hair have! Added bonus, it smells amazing and it lingers in my hair all day.

How do you use lush sea salt spray?

How to use: Use on roots when hair is wet and then dry to lift hair at the root for big hair, or use all over the hair to create a glossy ‘beach hair’ look. You can also spray into wet hair and leave to dry naturally.

What does sea Mist do?

Salt Spray imitates the appearance of the hair after a carefree day at the beach, creating tousled texture. They add texture and body to thick hair by opening the cuticle and plumping the hair strands, providing fine hair types with volume and light, flexible hold.

How do you make lush sea salt spray?

How To Make DIY Sea Salt Texturizing Hair Spray | 1-Minute Video

  1. 1 cup warm water (for spraying)
  2. 1 tablespoon sea salt (for texturizing)
  3. 1-2 teaspoons argan oil or avocado oil (for moisturizing)
  4. 4-5 drops essential oil (for smelling yummy — I used this lavender oil)

Should I use sea salt spray?

Why use Sea Salt Spray? “Sea Salt adds extra thickness and a gritty texture to hair, making it look fuller and more rigid. It also simply makes hair easier to style.” says Murdock Covent Garden Head Barber Miles.

Does seasalt spray damage hair?

Can sea salt spray damage your hair? Like any hair product, it’s all about using it in moderation. Yes, sea salt spray can dehydrate your hair (as salt will do to your skin) but – for me – the advantages far outweigh the very minor disadvantages.

Can you use table salt for sea salt spray?

Here’s what you need to make your own DIY sea salt spray: 1 spray bottle (get a plastic one from Beabi or Watsons) 1 cup of warm water. 1 tablespoon of sea salt (regular table salt will work as well)

What happens if you use sea salt spray everyday?

Is it okay to use sea salt hairspray every day? No, do not use sea salt spray every day. The salt has an osmotic effect, which dehydrates the hair strands, leading to dry and brittle hair.

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