The Best Sea Salt Sprays

best sea salt sprays

Now the weather is getting warmer I have noticed many people are trying to achieve the much coveted beachy wave look. Sea salt sprays are a hard thing to get right though aren’t they? Whether they work depends on your hair type and well, many different factors really. Here are a few I think are quite great, for all budgets.

The best sea salt sprays on a budget

Bleach London Swamp Spritz

This one is a complete steal at £6 for 200ml .It works well and I think this one could work best for dry hair types as one of the main ingredients is castor oil. I have the full Bleach London Swamp Spritz review here for you to check out.

Toni and Guy Sea Salt Texturising Spray

I can’t believe so few people mention this. It’s also a bargain and quite the all-rounder that will leave beachy waves without weighing your hair down or drying it out. It is £8 for 200ml, so only slightly more expensive than the Bleach London Swamp Spritz. It’d work on more hair types though, I’d say and you can pick up the 75ml bottle from Boots for £2.45 so there is no excuse not to try it.

The best high end sea salt spray

Last but not least, is the most expensive on my list.

The Bumble and bumble Surf Spray.

125ml of this stuff comes in at a hefty £20 so it’s one for those with deeper pockets. This stuff is potent though, and has enough salt in to really feel like you have spent the best part of the day at the beach. It is just drying enough to give an authentic feel, but those with drier hair types might prefer the Bumble and bumble Surf Infusion as it has more oils to counteract the dryness. I wrote a review on the Bumble and bumble Surf Spray for you to read about it in more detail too!

Have you tried any of these sea salt sprays? Which one is your favourite?

Sarah

Sarah. Almost 30. Craft beer drinker. South London resider. I like photography, boxing and visiting all of London's markets.

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