ModelSuppliesTotal BeachHair Texturizer!Summerize your hair with a little texture!
Spritz a little on, scrunch, let dry or do your own styling routine. This is the easy way to that sexy, rumpled look for less!
Contains healthy sea kelp, coconut oil, Shea oil, sea salt, keratin, Hyaluronic acid and more! None of the harmful chemicals found in mass produced formulas.
Total Beach TM is handmade in small batches to assure quality.
If you have fine, thin hair, Total Beach TM will build volume into your silhouette like an architect adding a room onto a house! If your hair is curly, Total Beach Hair TM will define your curls allowing them to separate while the finest oils condition and smooth each follicle. The keratin will add shine and strength.
||how does this spray get used? wet hair dry hair?
||Hello~! Start with freshly washed hair, detangle with wide toothed comb, create sections, spray a section generously with Total Beach Hair, wind section into small bun and pin into place. Continue and repeat with remaining sections. Make larger sections on top to keep the waves loose. Spritz Total Beach Hair all over whole head, if desired. Now sleep on it, let air dry or use hairdryer on low setting to dry. If you're in a hurry, just spritz and twist sections as you go. Turn hair upside down and gently push the bottoms (ends of hair) up like Lucy in The Peanuts ("naturally curly hair"), and blow dry from roots out. When hair looks like you want it to, apply hair spray to taste for hold. I have used it on dry dirty hair, too, just lazily scrunching for volume. Please note this will make your hair look like you were at the beach all day~! If you are looking for defined curls, this is not the styling product for that purpose. Thank you~! x0x Anita | ModelSupplies
The best part is that your hair will not be stiff unless you add hairspray or another product.
Light scent harkens paradise with a gentle coconut-orange nuance.
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