A day at the beach with curly hair

A day at the beach with curly hair

In this blog post, I'm going to teach you how to take your curly hair to the beach. The ocean and sea, sand and wind can wreak havoc on your curls if you don't know what you're doing. But it doesn't have to be that way! With just a few simple steps, you'll be able to head out into the waves with confidence knowing that your hair will still look great when it's time for dinner at sunset:

There is no such thing as bad hair at the beach.

 It's a fact of life: curly hair can be a bit of a challenge to manage, especially when you're trying to look good. But there's no need to panic if your curls start getting out of control at the beach! Just follow these tips for handling your curls in their natural environment and you'll be able to enjoy yourself without having to worry about any bad hair days.

  •  Be prepared for anything - even if you're wearing your best outfit and makeup, it's always possible that things could go wrong at some point during the day (or week). That way, when something does happen like rain or windy weather or sand getting stuck in your hair after swimming with friends... well then at least we know how much worse things could have been.


Spray your wet hair with water to help break up the curl pattern so it doesn't get frizzy when you hit the sand.

 To avoid frizz and keep your curls looking great, spray your wet hair with water before you hit the sand.

  •  Use a spray bottle to spritz your curls while they're still wet. You want just enough moisture in them so that they don't feel dry or crunchy--but not so much that it feels like you've just gotten out of the shower!
  • Don't use too much product on dry hair; this will only weigh down your curls and make them look less defined than they should be.


Apply styling products once you're out of the water.

 Once you're out of the water, it's time to apply styling products. If your hair is still wet, use a light, non-greasy product like gel or mousse that won't weigh down your curls and help lock in moisture. Avoid alcohol-based products--they will dry out your hair and make it look frizzy.


Carry a bottle of water with you in case you need to re-wet your hair.

 You may want to carry a bottle of water with you in case your hair gets dry. If it does, re-wetting it will help prevent frizz and keep the curl pattern looking nice. You can also wet your hair with sea water if you're near the ocean (or have access to some). Otherwise, use a spray bottle filled with fresh water that's been filtered or distilled--this makes sure that there aren't any chemicals left in there from tap water which might cause damage over time.

 Curly hair can still look great even if it's not 100% perfect.

 When you have curly hair, it's easy to get caught up in the pursuit of perfection. You want your curls to be perfectly defined and frizz-free at all times. But perfection doesn't exist--and that's okay! Your hair will never look perfect 100% of the time because it will always be changing due to weather conditions and natural oils from your scalp.

So don't stress about having perfect curls; instead, focus on enjoying yourself with friends at the beach or poolside!



I hope you've enjoyed this journey into the world of curly hair and the different ways it can be styled. Whether your curls are long or short, thick or thin, there are so many different styles out there for you to try!

women with beautiful hair at the beach