Damp to Beach Ready Waves
I think waves look more beachy and windblown when you start with your hair damp. So if this is you go ahead and spray 7-8 squirts of John Frieda® Beach Blonde™ Sea Waves™ Sea Salt Spray into your hair and brush through to distribute evenly. Using your hands scrunch hair (yes the way you did in middle school) to create some waves. Next dry your hair on medium – low heat while continuing to scrunch, preferably using a diffuser on your dryer.
Once hair is dry and slightly wavy go ahead and use the same method from step 2 above! Just pull through some random pieces and curl them using your wand as described above until your hair is just the perfect amount of wavy.
My favorite thing about the John Frieda® Beach Blonde™ Collection is that it’s not just for blondes – any hair color can enjoy these great hair care products! They smell amazing and contain exactly what your hair needs for those sunny Summer days. This collection can be found at Target in the Salon Haircare Aisle. It’s so new that you may have to ask an associate to get it from the back for you!
Chelsea Hetzel says
Thank you for this! I think I just need to get the right products!! 🙂
Claire C. says
That's usually the case! These are great!
Logan Cantrell says
I have been looking for a good (and inexpensive) sea salt spray! I have naturally wavy hair, but I think the spray would help finish off the look perfectly! Thank you!
Claire C. says
You should definitely try this one! I'm a big fan!
I love beach waves – I use the headband method so I don't have to use any heat on my hair. I have been on the lookout for a spray so I think I'll give this a try based on your recommendation!
Claire C. says
I'll have to try that!
Kassi Mortensen says
It's the perfect time of year for some cute beach waves!!!! I think our hair might be a similar type, so it's nice to see that it works on yours!
Lindsay Gilbert says
So pretty!! Thanks for sharing what products you used!!
Brittany Bergman says
Great tips!! I love the beachy waves look, but my pin-straight hair doesn't usually cooperate. I'll have to try out these tricks!
I love these products. I am so happy they came back! I remember used Cool Dip shampoo when I was swimming a lot in high school 🙂 Great tutorial!!
Foxy's Domestic Side says
you make this look so easy! I wish my hair was that easy to work with. 🙂
Valerie Earnest says
Two things- my real beachy waves look- not cute at all- as I discovered down in humid Mexico. But I love this tutorial for a regular look here in dry Phoenix! Second- I really want to try that Sea Salt spray as I have a fancy sample of one that is way out of my budget and I love it! Thanks for the review!
katie // a touch of teal says
Your beach waves are perfect! A new hair style to try out this weekend for sure :]
xo katie // a touch of teal
Ohhh fun! Thanks for the tutorial!
AMBER EDWARDS says
I actually just tried to make beach waves for the first time this week! I absolutely loved it's results! I love the John Frieda Sea Salt Spray #client
Cody Lowery says
I gotta try this! I've tried everything haha
Shannon Peterson says
I always go air dried and have wanted to try out this beachy hair goodness for a while! I love how your hair looks!
Ahhhh! What great waves!! Definitely going to need to try this product line out and see what it can do…
Oh I love how it looks. I'm lazy with my beach waves! I spray when my hair is wet. That is probably why it never looks as good as yours does in this post!
Maria Jose Ovalle says
Always love a good wavy look! Especially when you can't do your hair, you can do a messy/beach waves look. Yours look fantastic!
Leanna Ranieri says
I love love love beach waves! I am a huge fan of air drying so I never have a problem, but I like that this will make them last!