CLAIM TO FAME: An all-natural sea salt-infused spray for beachy waves
FAST FACTS: Adds volume to your natural length; texturizes hair for perfect waves; helps keeps curls longer; may be used as a dry shampoo to refresh hair on-the-go
PERFECT FOR: Creating natural-looking body and bounce
WHAT YOU GET: (1) Beach Born Sea Salt Spray
NET WEIGHT: 100ml
EXPIRY: 1 year from manufacturing date
Shake well before use and spray generously all over from roots to tips. Style.
For heatless beach waves that last all day: Spray a generous amount of on dry hair and tie hair into a top bun or large braids. Let set overnight.
For the perfect bed head look: Spray generously on dry hair then twist and scrunch in large sections.
For a heatless blow-dried look with sexy volume: Spray on damp hair and let air dry.
To keep curls gorgeous for 24 hours: Spray generously before and after curling.
Beach Born products are made with 100 percent all-natural food grade ingredients, which make it safe to use for everyone—even pregnant and lactating women. Fuss-free and effortless, Beach Born is perfect for the girl on the go.
Followed directions to a T (spritzed, rolled hair into a bun and secure, spritzed some more and let dry/settle for 2 hours) and this gave me the exact same hair I get after a dip in the sea. Hair stayed straight the whole time though, albeit with some texture and a little volume. It felt densier (read: heavy) too, probably because I have think strands to begin with. I was after the texture and volume anyway so all in all, this product delivered.
I’ve had this for months and it’s the first sea salt spray/ dry shampoo that I tried. It’s very affordable and good that it’s 2-in-1 but I’m not a fan. It kinda feels like a mild hairspray because it makes my hair stiff if I’ll use it for styling (like using heated hair tools). However, I like it better as a dry shampoo. So for me, it’s okay but I’m still on the search for a better sea salt spray.21 days ago
I tried this as a dry shampoo as per the reviews and it works too, just like how it made my hair wavy. However, i was aiming for a little mermaid(natural beach waves look), but it made my hair tangled and frizzy. I recommend this only for those with healthy hair that does not frizz easily. It does its job, but it's not for me.about 1 month ago
I like the effect on my hair and hot easy it is to use but the spray noozle can be a bit problematic because it keeps on failing to spray. I have to shake it lots of times and just decided to transfer it to another container. I hope they improve the container!about 1 month ago
honestly, when I first bought this product, I didn't like it. It felt like my hair was too crunchy, and it was a pain to comb. HOWEVER, after a while, I decided to give it a try once again. Tip: don't go rogue and please please please follow the directions on the bottle! My favorite thing to do is to spray it on damp hair, comb through my hair, and let it air dry (or stand in front of the electric fan if you're slightly in a rush). After a while and combing through it again, my hair gains volume and the natural waves are stunning.about 1 month ago
I'm a low maintenance girl so I was looking for a product that's easy to use, inexpensive but can introduce more volume to my fine wavy hair. I usually use this on the days I don't shampoo or if I want my hair to look livelier. I spray a bit on my drying hair, near the crown where I want a bit of body, scrunch my locks up and voila! Beach hair! Just remember to shake it well and not to use too much or things will get stiff and sticky (when I scrunch up my hair, my hands feel tacky). I've gotten varying comments from "Mukha kang hindi nagsuklay" (which is fine because I didn't and I rather like the just-got-out-of-bed look) to, "Wow, what do you use on your hair?" (when I've managed to put some voluptuousness in it). I'm on my third bottle and each one lasts for half a year with infrequent use.about 1 month ago
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