The 8 Best Sprays for Beachy Hair

Want hair that looks like you just stepped off the beach without actually being there? Look no further than these 8 sprays, which enhance your waves for that wind blown style that we all want.

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Aquage Dry Shampoo Style Extending Spray

More than your average texturizing or beach wave spray, this one absorbs oil, leaves hair lightly scented and provides serious volume and texture. $24, aquage.com

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Ouidad Wave Create Sea Spray

Formulated just for curly hair, this styling spray won’t leave locks feeling crunchy, hard or stiff. Instead, hair is left full of bounce with a lived-in look that’s soft to the touch. $26, ouidad.com

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Verb Sea Spray

Moisturizers plus sea salt come together in this spray to transform your hair. Just twist your hair as you spray the product and let it dry into ribbons of beach-inspired waves. $14, verbproducts.com

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John Frieda Beach Blonde Sea Waves Sea Salt Spray

A few sprays of this sea salt spray leaves hair with natural looking waves with just a bit of grip. $10, johnfrieda.com

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Alterna Haircare Bamboo Beach Summer Ocean Waves Tousled Texture Spray

As if it weren’t enough that this spray creates straight-out-of-the-water waves, it shields against the damaging effects of the sun, chlorine and saltwater. $22, sephora.com

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Schwarzkopf Osis+ Session Label Salt Spray

For carefree waves that are more on the rough side than soft and romantic, this spritz gives hair a matte finish with unprecedented thickness and fullness. $25, ulta.com

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Big Sexy Hair Soy Renewal Beach Spray

Loaded with argan oil for major conditioning and damage protection, this beach spray creates that perfect undone style that will have everyone thinking you were lounging seaside all day long. $20, sexyhair.com

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Fekkai Soleil Beach Waves Tousling Spray

Inspired by summers in St. Barths—the scent instantly takes you away—this is one of our favorite wave makers for the sheer fact that it keeps frizz under control and does it without hair that feels sticky, crunchy or tacky—think soft, conditioned curls instead. $20, fekkai.com

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