This Is How My Hair Looks With Sea Salt Spray (VIDEO)

A few days ago I shot a video about purchasing sea salt spray. Well, this was the first time I used it. I will say that the next day it looks AWFUL!! I was hoping to wake up with that beachy look and I look like a crazy person instead.

So, it’s a one day spray.

About Vera Sweeney

Vera Sweeney ā€“ mom, blogger, and New York resident ā€“ is the founder of Lady and the Blog. Her main focus is to help busy women stay on top of the latest style, culinary, and parenting trends.

The Archives

Comments

  1. Sherry wrote:

    It’s a fun spring/summer look! I mean, it’d look fine in any season, but you know what I mean.

    I want video of you down at the beach with your bottles, scooping up water to bring home. ROFL! šŸ™‚

    Posted 3.5.11
  2. Leslie wrote:

    It looks great! I am wondering though, dear Vera, why you are spending all the money (not to mention the potential health dangers when you’re into organic stuff!) on the Brazilian straightening when you’re wanting the wavy look?

    Posted 3.5.11
  3. lizzys wrote:

    http://www.groovinmoms.com/
    i picking up some salt water next time i go to oyster bay ny!!!!!

    Posted 3.6.11
  4. Wheatly wrote:

    I first bought some sea salt spray a couple of years ago – I think it was John Frieda. I couldn’t find it anywhere when I needed a refill.

    After consulting the internet, I started making my own. Salt, water – most people recommend a drop of conditioner because it is drying. It’s not really the same, but it’s cheap and it can work. It takes trial and error.

    The John Frieda had a bit of an oily quality to it, the home made does not. It thickens my hair and it does not look bad the next day. In fact, sometimes, if I wash my hair one day, I refresh without washing by sticking my hair into the sink with some salt water.

    Posted 3.7.11

Comments are closed.