L’Oreal Professionnel Beach Waves Review and Usage

L'Oreal Professionnel Beach Waves review

Having wavy hair can be a boon as well as a bane. If you have a good haircut that accentuates the waves, you can get away with just air-styling your hair. But the problems happen when you are in the swimming pool twice a day; your hair will definitely get a bit wet and then…frizzball alert. Nothing close to the sexy, tousled waves that you see on the models. Fear not, L’Oreal Professionnel Beach Waves to your rescue! Wondering what I’m talking about? Read on…

L'Oreal Professionnel Beach Waves review

About L’Oreal Professionnel Beach Waves

“Volumized and texturized by the wind and salt water, long hair is at its sexiest on the way back from the beach. BEACH WAVES creates soft, tousled, full-bodied waves  thanks to an innovative technology that provides a deep respect of the hair fiber, from the roots to ends, and is even suitable for highlighted hair. A ground-breaking formula and a delicate fragrance make the application quicker and more pleasant. At home, the new Tecni.ART Beach Waves spray –a texturizing salt spray to be used all over the hair-, enhances the “beachy” style and helps set the waves.”

L'Oreal Professionnel Beach Waves review


So, this texturising salt spray helps wavy haired girls to get frizz-free, defined, tousled waves that look effortlessly sexy. Honestly, this is just what is needed in the summers when Mumbai’s heat and humidity turns even the most beautifully blow-dried hair into a frizzy mess. And this doesn’t just look effortlessly sexy, it is effortless to attain as well! All you have to do is spray it on to wet or dry hair and scrunch it or define sections of your hair with your finger tips.

I used it on my recent trip to Daman, sprayed it on damp, post swim hair, scrunched it, and let it air dry. And it did give my hair the “beach waves” look…

L'Oreal Professionnel Beach Waves review

Ok, this isn’t a very good picture since it was taken late at night, but at least you can see the waves and the texture of my hair. I did truly get textured beachy waves that lasted all day without becoming an undefined mass of frizz.

One thing to remember, though, is that this gives your hair a matte finish. So if you’re looking for glossy, shiny waves, then this isn’t for you. But to be honest, when you go to the beach, the salt water gives you matte waves, not shiny.

Priced at ₹700, the L’Oreal Professionnel Beach Waves is a good buy for the holidays when you want fuss free hair that looks good. Just 2/3 sprays are enough if you don’t want your hair to feel “crunchy” and stiff.

Have you tried the L’Oreal Professionnel Beach Waves?  What’s your go-to hairdo for summer? Let me know in the comments below 🙂

One Reply to “L’Oreal Professionnel Beach Waves Review and Usage”

  1. Seems like a good product…. but I still prefer shiny soft hair so I think I will stick to my hair serum 😉

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