So as much as I prang out on the lack sun at this time of year, a cold weather ode to the beach via the way I wear my hair is something I think we can all get on board with. The natural wildness, the ‘un-kept kept’ look, the disheveled, tousled waves through your lengths and ends used to be something that would only work with a tan, and well.. a beach. Not anymore.
To both my surprise and delight, the likes of Fendi, Alexander Wang, Daks and even Jenny Packham embraced tousled beach waves on the runway for Autumn Winter. These naturally derived products create un-tamed tresses whilst nurturing your barnet in the process. Minimum effort, for maximum results. These are my favourite wave makers…
Rahua Enchanted Island Salt Spray 124 ml, £32,
True to form, Rahua manage to make a beach beautiful concoction for your hair with a cocktail of natural ingredients inspired by the Galapagos Islands. I’m talking guayaba, hibiscus and passion fruit. Good enough to eat!
SACHAJUAN Ocean Mist Trio, £45,
Delivering the glossiest beach waves I’ve seen to date.
Moroccanoil Beach Wave Mousse 175ml, £17.45,
A good dose of Argan oil in this formula maintains the condition of your hair whilst giving it some serious bends and texture.
John Masters Organics Sea Mist Sea Salt Spray with Lavender 226 ml, £16,
John Masters Organics Vented Paddle Brush, £26,
Sea salt has a natural drying effect so lavender essential oil helps protect the hair. I work this through damp lengths and ends with the help of their eco friendly paddle brush.
Yarok Feed Your Hold Hairspray 236ml, £24.95,
This gives a look of windswept but still soft with tones of texture. Plus the brand donate 3% of their profits to support indigenous people of Ecuador.
By Rosie Underwood