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Style tip: "Beach in a bottle"

Dreaming of a little fun in the sun? This style tip from Beauty Expert Jessica Metivier will help you achieve that sexy, wavy beach hair at home.

"Beach in a Bottle" Spray
First, start with an empty spray bottle. Then add 8oz of warm water. The warm water will help the rest of your ingredients dissolve.

Take a teaspoon of finely ground sea salt to give your hair that nice, coarse texture. Add a teaspoon of coconut oil to keep your hair from drying out. (Added bonus, it smells amazing and it will remind you of suntan lotion!)

Next, add some plain hair gel and shake it all up.

Styling

Starting with damp or dry hair, take your spray bottle and give your hair a good spritz. Work it into your hair by scrunching it in your hand up toward your head and then let your hair fall. Just keep spraying and scrunching and in five minutes or less, you'll look like you just breezed in from the beach!

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