The latest trend in the beauty world, is usage of sea-salt sprays. It ranks just second, to the world’s most used hair spray products like dry shampoo. Sea salt hair spray can be applied on your hair, to keep your frizz under control, especially while the beach waves lash upon your hair. There is just one small con associated with the usage of sea salt hair sprays. The alkaline content present in salt-water sprays can rip your hair off, vital nutrients and essential oils, and your hair is less moisturized. Thus, there is a need, to prepare a sea-salt spray, using less salty ingredients. This particular sea salt hair spray what I have come up with, makes sure your hair style remains in place. And the vital oils and nutrients your hair needs, is replenished.
I am going to give you excellent hair care tips, in the form of a DIY mask, on salt-water hair spray
- 2 tablespoons of Epsom salts (These contain lesser alkaline content over normal salts)
- ½ a tsp of Himalayan or Sea salt (The mountain based salt, has lesser Ammonium content and is less damaging to your hair)
- 1 tsp of Aloe Vera gel- to improve the overall texture of your hair
- Natural conditioner (Here you can go in for Dr Bronner’s Lavender cum coconut conditioner, which has ingredients, straight, from the house of Nature. Else go in for few drops of almond or jojoba oil. If you have dry hair, the natural drops replenishes the oils, your hair needs)
- Few drops of essential cum perfumed oils like lavender, rosemary or jasmine. You can also spray few drops of spritz based scent. Citrus and lavender make fantastic options.
- 1 teaspoon of lemon juice and 1 tsp of vodka or alcohol (If you want to make the spray light weight)
Now is letting you know, how to prepare the spray
As you have already seen, all the ingredients mentioned above, have natural conditioning properties and even the salts used will not rip your hair off, essential nutrients. The natural haircare tips in the form of a sea-spray is simply a must have, for those gorgeous days on the beach.
- Take a spray bottle, which holds at least 10-15 ounces of the spray. If you want the natural ingredients of the spray to remain intact, you can preferably use a glass bottle made from an old apple cider vinegar can and a regular spray top.
- Mix ingredients like hot or Luke warm water, Epsom salts, sea salt (however sea salts are optional), Aloe Vera gel, conditioner, scent and a dash of lemon juice and vodka. You can ideally use a blender, and shake the contents of the bottle, so that all the ingredients are finely mixed up.
- Else, Replace the cap on the bottle and shake it up, for 1-2 minutes, until the salts are thoroughly dissolved.
- If you are using lemon juice or alcohol or any other tea-base, to prepare the solution, you can refrigerate in a fridge.
- The home-made sea-salt hair spray stays on the shelves for 3-4 months.
- You can triple up the ingredients as stated above, to store the contents in a bigger sized bottle.
These beauty tips on hair are simply great. And your hairstyle at the coveted beaches stands perfectly in place.
Author’s Bio: Sonam is a beauty and a travel blogger who is a passionate explorer. She loves to share her experiences and daily whiffs from different spheres of life with fellow readers. She has been a content writer all through her career for 8 years and has created incredible words for some of the best known brands in India.
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