Vanity Planet Review PT. 2 - Beach Babe Salt Spray



I mentioned on Tuesday that I had the chance to check out a couple of products from Vanity Planet. The first was bergamot essential oil, and the second was this Beach Babe texturizing sea salt spray. I've been meaning to try out a sea salt spray for awhile now, so I thought this would be a perfect time to do so.

I know you shouldn't wash your hair every day blah blah blah, but I have very fine hair, and since I cut most of it off, the oil has nowhere to go, and my hair practically looks wet if I skip a wash. That's not cute. Therefor, I've gone back to washing it every day. Because of this, my hair is silky and smooth, which is lovely sometimes and a pain other times. If I want to style my hair any way other than just down, I need a bit of product.





I've been using dry shampoo for added hair substance, but I've read that salt spray is nice, and this specific spray claims to add texture and volume. I'll take it. Did I think it actually gave both? Not really, unfortunately. 

Hear me out though! I think it's a great product. I'm still going to use it. It didn't give my hair any extra volume, but it definitely delivered texture. My hair looked a bit fuller, and it had enough grip to stay up in a little half knot all night. When I say all night, I mean it was up all evening, and still in place when I woke up the next morning. Those with fine hair know that's a pretty big deal. 




The spray has other benefits as well. It smells like coconut, and I adore it. It's cruelty free, paraben free, and has no synthetic dyes. It comes is a pretty decent sized 6 ounce bottle, and the label is really chic, because who doesn't like chic labels?




Based on the two products I received, I can easily say that I'd shop at Vanity Planet in the future. They've got a variety of other hair care, wellness, and beauty products, including some interesting facial brushes, toothbrushes, and styling tools. I'm definitely interested in trying more.

Again, I want to note that I was not paid to write this, and my opinions are completely my own. You can find part one of my Vanity Planet review here. You can find this specific salt spray here


Comments

  1. The 'fuller feeling' in texture is also why I opt for salt sprays, even when they don't deliver volume! Great review, Amber!

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    1. Thanks Gabrielle! The texture is worth it in my opinion.

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  2. This product actually looks (and sounds) pretty good! I love texturizing products, and everything that has sea salt in the composition just sounds more fun and perfect for summer :) Might give it a try!
    la veine chronicles

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  3. What a great review! I'm all about coconut-scented hair products, my favorite scent :)

    xo,

    North + South + Navy

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    1. It's such a good scent, I can understand why it's your favorite.

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  4. I agree. The label is chic lol. I wonder if this product is good for all types of hair? Nice review.

    -Lena
    L.E.N.A | Revealed

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    1. I'm curious about that as well! Thanks Lena!

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  5. Thanks for sharing this product! I've been looking for some cruelty free hair product! ❤

    Ellone | Minimal Fashion & Lifestyle Blog

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    1. No problem Ellone, I hope you try this out!

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  6. Packaging is everything for me. That and the product needs to be decent too hahahaha. I used to use a sea-salt spray but stopped after the brand I used stopped producing it (apparently because they lost the recipe). I have fine hair too so I never noticed volume with that one either, it just helped me curl my dead straight hair a little easier.

    Sxx
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    1. Lol, right?! Since you've got fine hair as well, I'd genuinely recommend this spray to you. It's really been helping my hair where styling is concerned.

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  7. Can totally feel you, I have silky hair which is impossible to style. The only solution is keeping up in bun these days. It's way too hot to try anything else anyway. But it's nice knowing the sea salt spray adds texture and helps with styling. Wishing you a great Monday! xx

    Andreea,
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    1. I get that. The spray does help maintain the bun for longer! I basically can't go back to non-salt spray enhanced hair now. I'm ruined lol.

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