Perfect beachy waves in a bottle!

I always love the sound of beachy waves but most products I’ve tried to achieve this look left me with crunchy hair and not the carefree beachy look I was going for. I just tried a sample  of Pregame Texturizing Spray and was elated to finally find the beachy waves I wanted without the crunch.

Just a few spritzes and my hair had  nice curls that held really well. I t works good on my hair which is pretty curly but I like the effects even better on my daughters hair and she just has a slight wave. I think this would work great on anyone with slightly wavy to curly hair. The perfect product for quick and  easy summer hair styles.

It’s called “the perfect beach hair” and you know what I am talking about!! One part sand, two parts saltwater and a wisp of ocean breeze equals that sexy beachy hair that looks and feels oh so good!

Introducing… PREGAME TEXTURIZING SPRAY, a scrunch-tastic, spritz-sational all natural texturizing spray for beachy texture and tousled piece-y-ness. This salt-based beach spray formulation is infused with a variety of incredibly safe and nourishing ingredients. PreGame gives gentle hold and lift to flat dos’! Use it before you style for extra texture, anytime your hair is suffering from the dreaded ‘mid-day drop’ (y’know around 3pm?) PreGame is formulated with Himilaylan Pink Salts AND Dead Seat Salts (for those days highs and lows), Pure Aloe and touch of nourishing argan oil- so it’s beneficial for your hair and scalp. Gently scented with real coconut essence, PreGame blows other beach sprays right out of the water!

Now you can spritz in the summer all year long with PreGame Texturizing Spray. PreGame Texturizing Spray is $22 and available at www.StylingPowder.com


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