Drew is back to give five tips on how to use the sea salt spray to achieve the best beach look. The spiced citrus variant has notes of citrus, clove, and vanilla.
Step 1: Drying
Your hair should be towel dry. That means it's not dripping wet, but not too dry. It's gotta be that moist middle phase.
Step 2: Sectioning
Brush your hair from side to side, and back toward the crown so you have three different sections of your hair.
Step 3: Application
Give a few squeezes of the trigger. About 4-5 blasts per section should be good enough. Just make sure to coat all your hair. You can also put a few pumps in your beard to give it some texture and volume.
Step 4: A Good Blow
Use a blow dryer on low on your hair. Low is the best setting since it won't damage your hair. You can also adjust the heat partway through depending on your type dryer. Grab a handful of hair and push it down as you dry. This'll add some bounce and volume to your hair. Add more sea salt spray where you think you need it as well.
Step 5: Brush it out
Using a boar bristle brush can add more volume and control the style. But this will also depend on the type of hair your hair. Drew has thick straight hair, so if you have thinner or curlier hair, it may not work as well.