Get Perfectly Beachy Hair with Lush Sea Spray



I’m constantly on the look out for products that will give my fine hair extra oomph. I’ve tried it all — mousses, gels, thickening sprays, pomades — to a wide range of results, and I’m happy to say I might have found a new favorite: Sea Spray ($12.95) from Lush.

I really enjoy Lush products, partly because I’m a sucker for scented body care, but also because I’ve always had great success with them. Recently I strolled through the Chinook location testing new products and stocking up on old favourites (Grass shower gel is heaven in a bottle) when two simple words caught my eye: sea spray. There’s something deeply enticing about saltwater-drenched hair dried in the sun. Now that’s a good hair day.

I sprayed it on and walked away. In about ten minutes, after it dried, I ran my fingers through my hair and loved how it felt. The spray gave my fine hair just enough grit to give it light hold and pumped up volume. I walked back to the store and purchased it immediately. Did I mention it smells like grapefruit and neroli?

At home, I use Sea Spray as an all-in-one styling tool. I spray it on wet hair and blow dry for amped-up volume, then I spray it to finish my hairstyle and give it shape. Then, I spritz it on throughout the day to refresh the look and give myself an aromatherapy pick-me-up.

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