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An Grand Rapids based interior design and lifestyle blog by Alexandria Mavis. A perfectly curated space the combines her love of interiors, style, travel, DIY, and entertaining.

Beach Day!

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Beach Day // From Gold Blog

We are coming up on the last days of summer here in Australia (although if we're honest the heat is still here to stay for a while longer!). Some weeks we are incredibly busy with work, blog and daily life, but we always make time to sneak off to the beach and relax! We're all about the perfect wavy beach hair and tan lines and we're thankful that we have the beach so close to us! 

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Recipe for your own Sea Salt Hair Spray:

Mix onto a spray bottle:

  • 2 cups of hot water (to dissolve the salt)
  • 1 tsp. Himalayan Pink Salt
  • 1 tsp. of organic Coconut oil
  • 1 tsp. of water based leave in conditioner

Shake well before use, spray into damp hair and twist/crunch sections of hair as you spray, and let your hair dry naturally.  You can also spray into wet hair and put your hair up into a bun and when it's almost dry take it out and run your fingers through it to give it some volume.