Little did I know when growing up on the beaches of Rhode Island, that the wavy hair that came naturally among the sand and surf, would be a hairstyle I would try so hard to achieve as an adult.
While my hair does have a slight natural wave to it, it’s not really the kind that magazine hair is made of. Pinterest is full of how to get beach wavy hair tutorials that include curling wands, flat irons and braiding your hair before bed… but let me be honest with you, I prefer to do some things the easy way. Who has time for all of that?
Enter Mitch Stone Essentials Texturizing Spray. I’m already used to adding a hair treatment to my hair before styling it, so it’s not something I had to go out of my way to do and it didn’t add another step to my beauty routine that I didn’t already have in place.
I simply spritzed it at my roots and then throughout my hair. Then I would either blow dry my hair until it was damp or I would just let my hair air dry. Either way, curls and waves would begin to emerge.
Sometimes, later in the day I would spray it a few more times on my dry hair to give it a little more volume. It would wet my hair at first, but quickly absorb and plump up the waves within minutes.
Mitch Stone Essentials Texturizing Spray is the concept of celebrity hairstylist, Mitch Stone. Not only does the Texturizing Spray include mineral-reach sea water, but it also contains hydrolyzed wheat protein and silk to make hair strong and shiny, and papaya extract for healthy hair.
Typically salt water can be drying to your hair, but it seems that it’s all balanced out with the other nourishing ingredients to prevent this. I’ve been using it for 2 months now in addition to Mitch Stone Essentials Lustre Shampoo and Conditioner, Lustre Drops and Session Spray and my hair hasn’t been dry or brittle at all, in fact, it’s the healthiest its ever looked.
If you have long hair, I bet this would work amazing for you. And shorter hair? It will give you some volume. Try it and let me know what you think!
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