The ultimate beach waves spray is back!


Hello my fashionsistas!

I am so excited to be publishing my very first blog post for 2015 because I have some hair news!

After TEN years, the best beach waves spray is back!

John Friedahair spray was my go-to hair product throughout high school. I used to use it every-single-day, until they discontinued it and the only place you could get it was on eBay for $120 - outrageous!

But after an entire decade John Frieda have brought it back, and the reason they have is because die-hard fans like me petitioned to bring it back. How about that huh!

Watch my review video

So if you love a tousled beach hair look and you’re not happy with your current products or thinking about giving this timeless hair trend a try, definitely give the John Frieda Beach Blonde Ocean Waves Spray a go - I am huge fan of it and so thrilled that it’s back. I really think it is the best beach wave spray and if you have ever had a favorite product get discounted then you know how I feel right now!

And remember, you don’t need to be a model to look like you’ve stepped off the runway – you just need a killer wardrobe and some lipstick!

Big love,
xox Marina

Can’t watch this video right now? Here is everything I said xox

Over the years I have tried many other beach wave products and they all worked okay. I have chopped and changed many times and I haven’t really got one that I love and keep going back to.

You’re probably wondering what makes this beach waves spray so special compared to the rest and I really can’t answer that. It’s obviously the ingredients and the way it’s formulated - it’s probably all a big secret!

I have never found a beach spray that smells like this one, it’s a combination of coconut and an island holiday.

How it works

You just give the bottle a little shake and spray it into towel-dried hair or even dry hair, then comb it through to distribute it.

If you have medium to long hair you can twist sections to create a rope affect or just run your fingers through your hair to create messy irregular waves (which is what I do) and if you have short hair you just mess your hair up with your fingers.