Your Complete Guide to Beautiful, Healthy Hair
Summer is well and truly here; now you’ve got your Saltee by your side to look after your skin in the sun, it’s time to give your hair a little TLC. We’ve teamed up with Beached, a natural beauty brand with a difference. Born in Australia, raised in London, they only make products we simply can’t be without and they make them really, really well. We’re absolutely in love with their ‘no fuss’ beauty culture – that’s a Saltee kind of vibe.
Read on for tips and tricks for the warmer months PLUS an exclusive reader offer and giveaway!
If there’s one hair style that’s the epitome of cool-girl summer and looks good on everyone, it’s beach waves.
The timeless look remains stylish year in and year out, and with WFH becoming the new norm, who wants to waste time on an elaborate, multi-step styling process? Beach waves are your go-to for effortless styling without the heat damage. And when you can style your beachy locks in a heap of cool ways, it’s easy to keep the look fresh.
To give us tips on how to create and style your beach waves this Summer, we’ve teamed up with no-fuss, A-beauty brand Beached. Because no one does effortless beach waves quite like the Aussies…
So, how do you get beachy locks in minutes?
If you have straight, kinky or wavy hair, a texturising wave spray, like Urban Waves will work wonders. For best results, scrunch it into damp hair and let your hair dry naturally. It’s that easy. And you can also use it on dry hair for extra va-va-voom while you’re out and about.
The best thing about Urban Waves? Its milky formula will style your hair while also conditioning it with the help of proteins, natural oils and tropical Aussie fruits.
5 ways to style your beachy hair
Embrace the laidback locks
Once your hair is looking nice and wavy, find your part, back comb at the roots and embrace you big, wavy locks. Remember, the whole idea of this summertime style is to look like you’ve not tried too hard, so don’t be scared if it looks a little messy.
Flooding an Instagram feed near you, baby braids are a big trend of Summer 2020. Simply take a few strands from around your hair line and braid them together in a loose to medium hold. Use them to frame your face, but opt for a messy as opposed to polished braid to match your effortless beachy look.
Bandanas are back
Yep, bandanas are back and they always look their best with messy, wavy hair. Simply tie your scarf underneath your hairline at the back, either with your hair up or down, whichever you prefer. They’re the perfect accessory to add some edge to your laidback look.
The wild pony
Want to take cool-girl waves up a notch? Whack your wavy hair up into a high pony tail and scrunch in some Urban Waves for additional volume and definition. Again, mess is best, so either pull your hair back loosely or loosen it up a bit once it’s up. Keep it casual.
Headbands and clips
Used to your hair being a little more polished? We get that. Try using clips and headbands to neaten up the style a little and ease your way into the no-fuss look.
Beached is here to free you from cumbersome beauty regimes so you can do more of what you actually want to do. That’s why they bring the Aussie no-fuss attitude to urban life, with a simple range of products that are natural, multi-purpose and effortless to use.
Discover more about Beached and receive 20% off your order when you buy 2 or more products by using code SALTEE at checkout. Offer ends Monday 13th July.
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Wherever you’re planning your getaway this year, or if you’re simply enjoying the summer at home, ensure you have Saltee suncare and Beached by your side for enviable healthy hair and skin.