DIY Essential Oil Salt Spray | 12 Days of Tutorials

diy sea salt spray for hair

We had a little break in the “12 Days of Essential Oil DIYs”, but don’t worry! They aren’t over yet. We’ve got four more to go, and today is our Day Nine. This is one to put in the beauty file, because you aren’t going to want to live without this magic ever again. First of all, if you have never tried salt spray in your hair for waves and texture, you haven’t lived. A good salt spray can bring boring hair to life, and I found a way to make it for pennies.

You can read more about my essential oil journey HERE. Make sure you are following me on Instagram, too, for more tips and tricks.

Day 9: DIY Essential Salt Spray.

Salt spray is especially great for fine/slick hair that needs some extra “grit” to help with styling. It can be sprayed on when hair is damp for air drying, or on dry hair to create more curated waves. One hack I’ve found, is spraying it onto my hands after curling my hair with a wand- and sort of “scrunching” the ends of my curls with my hands. It makes my hair last way longer!


– 1 cup hot water

– 3 tsp Himalayan pink salt

– 2 tsp fractionated coconut oil

– 6 drops essential oils

diy sea salt spray for hair

diy sea salt spray for hair

diy sea salt spray for hair


1. Add salt to measuring cup.

2. Pour over hot water and mix until dissolved.

3. Add coconut oil and essential oils.

4. Pour mixture into bottle and shake gently.

diy sea salt spray for hair

You can shop all of my oil DIY supplies I used HERE. Did you know that you can support me by buying Young Living oils through me? Head HERE to learn how.

diy sea salt spray for hair

Check out the rest of the series:

Bath Salts | Sleep Roller | Hand Soap | Dryer Balls | Sugar Scrub | Room Spray | Infused Olive Oil | Bath Bombs | Salt Spray | Reed Diffuser | Beard OilPeppermint Brownies

diy sea salt spray for hair

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  • Tessie Souza
    August 6, 2019 at 3:19 pm

    Thanks for this Beach Hair Spray. I just want to hear what specific E.O. do you use?