Not only does this wave spray have the ability to create effortlessly beautiful locks, but it does so while keeping hair soft and touchable. The secret? It’s sugar based, whereas most beach mists are salt infused and tend to make hair feel crunchy. A favorite among our artist community—hairstylist Alex Polillo loves to use it as a base for styling, while Ashley Streicher applies it throughout wet hair and lets it air-dry—this beach-wave-maker volumizes tresses and delivers optimal texture without dehydrating your locks.
ON SET: The perfect spray for faking just-out-of-the-ocean mermaid hair on a swimwear shoot.
ON THE RED CARPET: Delivers touchable texture that will be the talk of the beauty blogs days after the premiere buzz has died down.
ON THE VANITY: Creates a beach-babe mane previously acheivable only after a weeklong surf retreat in Sayulita.
“Sachajuan’s spray is as close to real beach hair as you can get! It doesn’t have a lot of alcohol, so it isn’t drying. Instead, the results are soft and effortless.”—Tommy Buckett, hairstylist
September 10, 2015–Wedding Guest Beauty Looks