You’re probably not reading this on a breezy beach, sipping on a Pińa Colada. But that doesn’t mean you can’t have beachy waves – that enviable look thanks to salty ocean air. But thanks to these god-send products for every hair type, you can have those natural summer waves no matter where you live, or what the weather looks like. 

For fine hair: Ouai Wave Spray

Price: $22.97


Thanks to rice protein, this lightweight spray helps thin hair hold the ultimate beachy, undone look. And don’t worry, you won’t have dry, crunchy hair with Ouai’s wave spray.

For medium and thick hair: Sachajuan Ocean Mist

Price: $31.00


This vitamin rich leave-in conditioner includes Vitamin B12 to nourish and protect hair during summer months, while also giving you that tousled, effortless look.

For wavy hair: Captain Blankenship Mermaid Sea Salt Hair Spray

Price: $24.00


It’s a beach day every day with this spray, infused with Atlantic Sea salt, organic aloe vera, organic sea kelp extract and essential oils to nourish, hydrate and add gentle waves to your hair.

For curly hair: Bumble and Bumble Surf Infusion 

Price: $24.99


This formula is loaded with a variety of salts and nourishing oils for a windswept look even if you have to spend your day in the office.

For textured hair: OGX Moroccan Sea Salt Spray

Price: $5.69


This weightless, leave in hair mist adds shine, fullness and undone beachy waves to your hair. Yes, yes and yes!

For colored hair: French Girl Organics Sea Spray

Price: $12.00


This nourishing formula includes three organic sea salt varieties, along with aromatic essential oils for a tousled look.

For bleached hair and highlights: Verb Sea Hair Spray

Price: $16.00


Along with nourishing sea salt and quinoa protein, this spray protects hair from UV damage thanks to the sunflower seed extract.

Some foods that are pretty bad for you, but romaine lettuce never makes that list. However, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has linked an E. coli outbreak to romaine lettuce from Yuma, Arizona. And after one individual in California died from the outbreak, the CDC warns people to steer clear of this lettuce until further notice. 

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