Ah, beach waves—the hair that surfer-girl dreams are made of. The great thing about this hot summer hairstyle is that you can fake it with several twirls from a curling iron and a few spritzes of sea salt spray. But sometimes, sea salt spray can turn your tresses into crunchy, dry strands. Getting trigger-happy with the salty spray can also cause sodium deposits to build up on your follicles.

The solution? A simple one-step trick that won’t need the skilled hands of a professional hair stylist.

Simply transfer some of your favorite sea salt spray into a clean, empty spray bottle and add a few drops of argan oil in. The nourishing nutty oil will balance the dehydrating effects of sea salt, and you’ll love the bouncy, California girl effect on your hair!

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