Some people say that having naturally straight hair can be a blessing. I don’t straighten my hair but I get bored of straight hair and prefer to have some texture and of course, big hair. Messy hair I would say. With fine hair, I have to fake it. I’ve never used a salt spray before but this makes me miss my holidays in Spain, swimming in the sea and getting that beach wavy hair look once it’s dried. I’m not that high maintenance when it comes to my hair I like to think.
I’ve tried this on both wet and dry hair. I find it works better when its on wet hair, after towel drying my hair then scrunching it as it naturally dries or whilst I blow dry it. It still is possible on dry hair. I tend to use it on second day hair, spritz then plait, put it in a hair bun or twist and pin it down. Spray a little more then leave it to dry naturally. Say hello to waves. It would work great on curls too, giving them extra texture.
The lasting power is a hit or miss for me. There are times where the hair goes back to being poker straight or I’ve still got some waves. Sometimes I do need to use hairspray. It depends on whether it’s a good or bad hair day which is unpredictable! Overall, it didn’t make my hair greasy, crispy or sticky whatsoever and didn’t weigh fine hair down. Yet I wouldn’t say it helped with volumising it. I still need hair mousse and rollers but these days I wear beanie hats so it’s not a big deal. It’s become my to go product though for lazy beanie hat hair. I’ve noticed it’ll only dry my hair out if I haven’t used hair conditioner, otherwise it works great.
The smell is lovely. Perfumey and sweet. Is it vanilla I can smell? Or something similar. Can use this as a hair perfume too! It may be too strong for people though. I would say I’m on the fence at the moment about this product but it may change the more I use it with different hair styles and techniques but it is something worth checking out.
Have you used any salt sprays and what are your thoughts?