Now everyday can be a day at the beach… minus the sunburn! Beach Babe has everyone fooled into thinking you just left the beach (you little liar!). It adds sexy, tousled waves and a lite matte finish to any hair type. Infused with natural dead sea salt & sea kelp this salon formula has you and your hair on the boardwalk all year long.
I have very flat hair to begin with, so any help I can get is appreciated. So because my hair already lacks volume and texture, I am very skeptical whether a product like this will benefit me. But the packaging is adorable, and I really like what the brand is doing with their marketing and style. Plus Beach Babe smells really, really good!!
Before we get started, here’s a quick video on how to use the spray:
Application: Mist generously onto clean, damp or dry hair. Comb through evenly and style with fingers or a brush to create random texture, waves and body. Air dry naturally, use a diffuser or lightly blow–dry. Oh and don’t forget your sunblock (wink).
I have been testing out the product for a little over a week now, and I really like the texture it gives my hair! I think it works best when your hair is dry (when I used it too wet it did not work well) and even when using a hair dryer on it. I got a bunch of compliments the first day I used it so I think it definitely made a difference. It somehow gave my fairly flat hair some volume and more sexiness. I am not sure I am even using the product correctly but I really like the outcome that I have created with it!
I love how simple it is, too! Just spray a few times, scrunch hair, and go! Perfect for me!
I picked up a few other NYM products (the shampoo/conditioner, hair detangler, and the full size texturizing spray) and I am very impressed in the quality of the brand! I think I may be their newest fan!
Check out the Product Page for the Not Your Mother’s Beach Babe Texturizing Sea Salt Spray at Influenster for more information and reviews, plus a free shipping code for your next NYM purchase!
You can find Not Your Mother’s products at most major retailers, such as Walmart and CVS, and also at Ulta. Suggested retail price: $5.99 for 8oz.
Courtney’s Rating: B+
Disclaimer: I received these products to test for free through the Influenster VoxBox program.