17 May 2012

Front Row Salt Spray

Like most girls I know, I crave the beach babe look we get in our hair whenever we go on holiday and can't seem to create again at home...
I've heard that Salt Sprays are meant to be able to help you achieve this look so I've been intrigued for a while but never bitten the bullet and bought one.
Until now. When I went into Boots on my lunch break I had a quick look and saw the Charles Worthington 'Front Row' range and they had a Salt Spray in a small 50ml can which I thought would be perfect to try out...

You wash your hair, then towel dry it as much as possible. Then you spray the salt spray into the lengths of your hair, rather then your roots. 
Now, I've tried this two different ways after this point...

1. Rough Blow Dry
My hair tends to try quite straight when I blow dry it, so it did this time as well which was slightly disappointing. However, it gave my hair SO much volume and texture, I loved it.

2. Natural Dry
So, the next time I used it I thought I'd give it a go letting it dry naturally and voila - hello beach babe. Not AS much so as it does on holiday, but if I'm honest I didn't think it would be THAT good.

All in all, I'm really pleased with the results this product gives.. Dry it straight and you have fab texture, let it dry naturally wavy and you have subtle beach babe waves with, again, masses of texture.

One thing I was really dubious about with using a salt spray is how 'bitty' it would make my hair feel and how dry it would make it as my hair can be quite dry anyway - however I needn't have worried as it did neither, my hair still felt moisturized and soft to the touch :)

This has become a must have product for me and I will be using it on a regular basis and I'm desperate to try other products from the Front Row range! You can get the whole range at Boots and the Charles Worthington website here

Have you tried a salt spray? What are your experiences?


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