How to do it
Wash hair and towel dry. Evenly distribute a very small amount of the styling cream (or oil) of your choice through the hair, starting at the ends and working up. Make sure to include the interior hair as well — not just on the top, outer layer.
Apply your sea salt spray all over and comb through hair to evenly distribute the product. If you have curly hair, carefully “scrunch” hair to form waves and spritz the whole head with a few pumps of hair spray, then let the hair set (no touching!). If you have straight to wavy hair, divide hair into four sections (one on each side and two in back), and lightly braid each section for waves.
Now here's the trick: don't touch your hair until it's completely dry. You can test the hair by very lightly patting it and if you feel any moisture at all, it’s not done drying.
Don't shake or move your head too much while the hair is drying. This will help keep the cuticle sealed down. Moisture swells the hair shaft and we’re utilizing the moisture so the cuticle dries flat and smooth. Quick movements and touching the hair will “ruff up” and disrupt the cuticle, causing frizz. The moisture allows the hairs to dry sealed together, protecting it from disturbance.
Once the hair is dry, run your fingers through the hair lightly. Spritz a little hair spray to smooth any unwanted fly aways and you're ready to go!