Those who remember covering their hair in lemon juice to get its lightening affects in the sun are likely to have a nostalgic appreciation for QUAI's 'Sun of a Beach' spray, which works similarly to provide the hair with a slight ombre look.
The formula is packed with lemon and pineapple juice, coconut water, and hydrogen peroxide. It's also free of parabens and sodium chloride, making it less damaging to the hair. To use the product, QUAI recommends that consumers mist the spray into clean, damp hair, and then comb it through for all-over lightening.
If looking for targeted highlights, consumers can simply spray into the areas they want lightened and then comb through. Once the product is applied, they just step into direct sunlight. The product can be used once a day at most, until the desired color is achieved.
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