3 Ways To Use Sea Salt Spray | Men's Hair
How to use salt spray
Getty Images / Margaret Howell S/S 16
The iconic Bumble and Bumble Surf Spray: for the world's top stylists, it's a backstage hair essential for creating a desirably dishevelled texture; yet for the uneducated, it can too often be the starting point for a matted, sticky mess.
Witnessing the leading hair stylist Anthony Turner employ it to a rather beautiful 'wind blasted' effect at Margaret Howell's S/S 16 show, we asked for his key tips to mastering salt texturising spray.
- Never apply more than two spritzes per section of hair, and comb through with the fingers well. The aim is for a light mist, not saturation, and an even distribution.
- Rake the hair through with the fingers as it dries, particularly at the hairline. "Salt makes the cuticle swell, so it gives great natural body to the hair; but to keep it from looking too voluminous, it needs pushing down."
- Don't brush through; keep it piece-y for a natural-looking finish.
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