Sea Salt Spray | 3 Ways To Use | Grip, Volume, Refresh
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3 Ways To Use Sea Salt Spray

3 Ways To Use Sea Salt Spray

Sea salt spray is a really versatile hair product and one which every guy should own.

Gone are the days when sea salt spray was only used by girls who wanted big beachY hair with loads of volume. Now loads of us guys are using it to add grip to freshly washed hair; add volume before styling; or refresh and remove oily shine from unwashed hair.

Follow these top tips to get the most from your hair using sea salt spray.

Add grip to clean hair

After washing your hair with shampoo and conditioner, your hair can feel weightless and hard to style.

Use sea salt spray to add weight and texture back in to your hair.

  1. Spray into damp clean hair.
  2. Comb through for a sleek look or scrunch to add texture.
  3. Let it dry naturally.

Prep your hair for volume

Use sea salt spray as a pre-styling product to add volume to your hair.

  1. Spray into damp clean hair.
  2. Comb through for a sleek look or scrunch.
  3. Use a hair dryer to work your style in.
  4. Finish by using your usual styling product, i.e. clay, wax, putty.

Refresh unwashed hair

Use sea salt spray to restyle and refresh flat or unwashed hair. It will add volume to your hair and can also be used to mask the greasy/oily shine.

  1. Spritz the hair. Just damp. Don’t soak.
  2. Use wide end of comb to comb out, not down (down will coat scalp and hair. Out with add texture).
  3. Let it dry naturally.


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