Every day is a good hair day with this Highlighting Sea Salt Spray.
I don’t know about you, but some of my best hair days are the days at the beach with salt and sun in my hair. The salt and humidity give my hair the perfect beachy wave with loads of volume and texture. Who knew that you could recreate beachy hair at home?! I love this Sea Salt Spray for Hair because it reminds me of my hair at the beach. A little salty, a little oily, and a lot of perfection. Plus, it only costs .71 cents a bottle!!
1 cup water: $.00
1 tablespoon Epsom Salt: $.01
1 teaspoon Sea Salt: $.01
1 teaspoon Sweet Almond oil: $.12
1 teaspoon Aloe Vera Gel: $.09
3 drops Lemon Essential Oil: $.20
5 drops Rosemary Essential Oil: $.28
Water: The perfect medium to add ingredients to and spray in hair.
Epsom and Sea Salt: Salt is gentle on the hair and adds loads of texture and volume. Plus, if you naturally have oily hair, salt will naturally pull out the annoying extra moisture.
Sweet Almond Oil: Helps to prevent overdrying while adding shine and reducing frizz.
Aloe Vera Gel: Aloe vera is great for hair health. The proteolytic enzymes found in aloe vera help repair dead skin cells on the scalp and reduces dandruff. It also conditions the hair leaving it smooth and shiny.
Lemon Essential Oil: The photosensitive properties in Lemon oil can naturally highlight your hair when exposed to the sun. Feel free to omit Lemon and replace it with other hair friendly essential oils (such as Geranium, or Clary Sage) if you don’t want to highlight your hair.
Rosemary Essential Oil: Rosemary essential oil is wonderful for your improving your hair health. When applied topically, it can help eliminate split ends, add shine, and promote new growth.
How to Make Highlighting Sea Salt Spray for Hair
1 cup water
1 tablespoon Epsom salt
1 teaspoon sea salt
1 teaspoon sweet almond oil
1 teaspoon aloe vera gel
3 drops Lemon essential oil
5 drops Rosemary essential oil
1. In a glass spray bottle, add water, Epsom salt, sea salt, sweet almond oil, and aloe vera gel.
2. Add essential oils.
3. To use, shake well and spray generously in damp hair while scrunching with hands. Let dry.
And that’s it! Easy peasy. Give it a try! And let me know how it looks on ya!
Laurie phillips says
This looks so cool…I will try it soon and see if it helps my damaged very fine hair on top of my head. I am due for highlights so if I can get them naturally that would be better. THanks
Does it have to be a glass spray bottle or can I use a plastic one? If glass only, can you explain why please? Thank you!