Hi! Today I was originally planning to do a tutorial using the Not Your Mother's Beach Babe Texturizing Sea Salt Spray. When I got this I was so excited to get home and use it. I had completely convinced myself that it's the best sea salt spray out there and that I had found a $5 version to replace the Bumble & Bumble Sea Salt Spray. Boy, was I wrong. In short, this stuff SUCKS. It didn't do anything that it claimed to do, and the cute packaging did not reflect what was inside of the bottle. Let me just show you what this did to my hair.
This is my hair before the spray. It has a slight wave in it, but mostly it's smooth and not frizzy. Other than a couple awkward dents here and there, my hair is not really that much of a problem for me.
This is my hair after the spray. Talk about FRIZZ! Now that I think about it, this really is a texturizing spray, it gives your hair a crispy, frizzy texture. This stuff made my hair sticky, hard, and gross. It's almost like they used all the bad things that the beach does to your hair, and left out all the good. Now if that's your style then go ahead and get this spray, but for the rest of us, I recommend sticking with Bumble & Bumble from now on. If you're not familiar with it, Bumble & Bumble is a high-end hair care brand. They also have a sea salt spray. It is $26, but at least it actually works. I think it's better to spend more money on something that works for you than to waste a little bit of money on something you can never use.
Overall I would give this texturizing spray a 2/10. It just does not work, and the only reason it got a 2 instead of a 1 is because it smells good. Other than that, buying this product was almost like throwing $5 into the trash. Please do not be as weak as I was, and don't give into the cute packaging. Now it's your turn! Tell me if you have tried this, and what you thought of it! Or if you haven't tried it, tell me about your favorite Sea Salt Spray (I really want to find a good one!). Thanks for reading, and remember to follow me on all of my social networks :)