If there is one thing I love about summer it’s that I can wear rompers, shorts, and dresses to my heart’s content. If there is one thing my hair loves about summer, it’s that it gets a reprieve from constant blow drying and flat ironing sessions.
With lots of time spent at the beach and by the pool, summer is ideal for relaxed, wavy hair. Not sure which product will give you the best results? I’ve rounded up three of my go-to’s that are easy to use and work on most types of hair.
Aveda Be Curly: I’ve been using this curl enhancer for a number of years. Since it’s from Aveda, it not only smells amazing, but it has a wheat protein and aloe-infused formula that boosts shine and combats frizz. A little goes a long way with this product (although once you smell it, you may be tempted to keep applying it). I apply it to damp hair right before bed and let it work its magic overnight. Come morning, I have gorgeous loose waves that look effortless and chic. For more hold, apply a small amount of product to dry hair or finish with your favorite hair spray.
Beach Muk Sea Salt Spray: I wrote a longer review of this product last year after receiving a trio of Muk products from the Long Island Pulse magazine. This sea salt spray quickly became a favorite product of mine last summer, and fortunately I should have enough to get me through this season, too. For a tousled no-muss, no-fuss beachy look, spray this product on wet or dry hair, scrunch hair with your fingers, and you’re ready to head out the door. The natural sea salt adds texture while providing a nice matte finish to the hair.
L’Oreal Txt It Tousle Waves Spray: If you’re looking for a product that offers beachy waves with some hold, this is it. The Fibralock Tech keeps your loose waves in place without weighing down your hair. I like to keep this product in my bag and use it on my hair after a day at the beach. But you could just as easily use it on clean hair. For added texture, spray product on wet hair and use a diffuser to dry.
What are some of your favorite hair products to use in the summer?