While immersing ourselves in the ocean (wink) for The Sea Issue of STUDY, we started craving that wind-blow, salt-infused, all day at the beach-hair and so set out to make our own texturing hair spray with sea salt. This simple do-it-yourself concoction takes only minutes to make and adds just the right amount of texture to any 'do. We found it works best sprayed on day-old-hair (ya know, washed and styled one day then slept on and needs some umph to revitalize?), or just after you've styled (curled, added waves, etc.), to give an effortless my-hair-looks-this-kick-ass-all-the-time finish. Spray roots and fluff with fingers while blow drying.
Sea Salt Texturizing Spray
1 oz glass spray bottle
Rose water or purified water with essential oil of choice (try cedar for a masculine scent)
1 Tablespoon Sea Salt (easily dissolvable; our favorite is Maldon.)
1 teaspoon Coconut Oil, melted
1. Add coconut oil and sea salt to the bottle
2. Fill the rest of the bottle with rose water or water + 10 drops of essential oil
3. Shake well to incorporate.