Beach hair. It’s the Holy Grail of hairstyles. Every girl wants to achieve it yet it’s so difficult to attain. Just exactly how do women like newly-wed Gisele Bunchen and hippie-chick Kate Hudson always seem to have that just-returned-from-the-ocean, perfectly tousled and textured coif? We think we may be getting closer to the answer.

Aside from great genes, they may get some help from products like David Babaii for WILDAID’s Bohemian Beach Spray. It’s an eco-friendly, non-aerosol hair styling spray that contains sea salt, minerals, and a trio of Blue Agave, Mango and Kiwi. The combination works in harmony to moisturize, texturize, volumize and all those other “mize” words that you totally want to happen to your hair. Even the smell — a blend of sand, ocean and suntan oil — promises you’ll get that Tom Brady and Owen Wilson-approved ‘do.

To learn more about David Babaii, WILDAID and their partner, Kate Hudson, visit the DAVID BABAII FOR WILDAID website.

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  1. Gina

    Very informative blog. Just to add on your very useful lens, it was only not so long ago that I became a fan of sunless tanning lotions, until my sister gave me one to try for a production that I was in that required me to have a tan. These home products are generally available over the counter and can give your skin a tanned look without exposing it to harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays and are commonly sold as creams, gels, lotions and sprays you apply to your skin. The active ingredient in most sunless tanning products is dihydroxyacetone (DHA).

    These home products are generally available over the counter and can give your skin a tanned look without exposing it to harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays and are commonly sold as creams, gels, lotions and sprays you apply to your skin. The active ingredient in most sunless tanning products is dihydroxyacetone (DHA).

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