Love beachy texture and waves? Something about sea salt hair spray seems to give hair that extra “oomph” when it comes to volume, and also hold curl better all day long.
But paying $20+ for a bottle that’s practically just salt water? ...Yeah, freaking right! Turns out you can make this product with only 4 inexpensive ingredients.
You’ll also want to have a nice spray bottle ready to go. I used this glass bottle from Amazon.
A few other optional modifications:
**Coconut oil’s melting point is 76 degrees. So if you store this in a place cooler than that, the coconut oil will solidify a bit. I’d recommend using olive oil or argan oil if that’s the case. Or you can also just store the jar on a sunny windowsill or warm it up for a few seconds in the microwave before using.
|SIZE||UNDERBUST (Bra Band)|
|XS||30 - 32"|
|S||32 - 34"|
|M||34 - 36"|
|L||36 - 38"|
|XS||23 - 25" (00-1)|
|S||25 - 27" (2-4)|
|M||34 - 36" (4-8)|
**Please note that we specialize in petite swimwear sizing, so if you are unsure about your size or have cups measurements, the safe bet would be to choose the larger size**
ACTIVEWEAR & ONE-PIECE SWIMSUIT
|BUST||30 - 32||33 - 35||36 - 37||38 - 39.5|
|WAIST||24 - 25.5||26 - 27.5||28 - 30.5||31 - 32.5|
|HIPS||33 - 34.5||35 - 36.5||37 - 38.5||39 - 41|
Measure under your arms at the fullest part of your bust. Keep the tape level.
Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape comfortably loose. This is the narrowest part of your body between your ribs and hips.
Stand with your feet together and measure around the fullest part of your hips.