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Oribe Beach Wave and Shine Hair Spray Review - High End Beauty Product

Updated on December 20, 2014

Create Beach Waves in your Hair


Hot Trend Alert: Beach Waves

One of the HOTTEST trends right now are beach waves. With Oribe's Beach Wave and Shine spray, you can create this sexy look right at home. Read on for a great review and where to buy this product.

This product is sold by Neiman Marcus, but you can order yours direct from Amazon by CLICKING HERE. There are several beach waves out on the market. I chose to review this one because it has a fantastic scent, provides amazing results, is great for any hair type, and is one of the most popular in its category.

Other beach wave products can leave your hair feeling dried out, crunchy, sticky, and messy. The Oribe's Beach Wave and Shine spray will do none of that! It easily creates gorgeous beachy waves in fine, limp hair. If you purchase one high end styling product for your hair, this is the one!

Oribe Apres Beach Wave & Shine Spray

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Oribe Hair Spray, Apres Beach Wave and Shine 8.5 Ounce

Create the HOT Beach Wave Look

The Oribe Hair Spray will help you to achieve the hottest trend in hair styles right now: the sexy beach wave look. The Oribe hair spray creates tousled, beach-inspired waves, with moisture and shine, without salty-stiffness.

To get the perfect textured look, spray sections before you style them. This works best, instead of spraying the whole head at once. If your hair is thicker, go closer to the root. For thinner hair, try to spray further away from the root.

Creating textures with the Oribe Hair Spray gives you a one-of-a-kind look every time. The resulting style will depend on how your hair grows and the combination of products that you've used.

Apply the product and texture with your bare hands, but you can still use a curling iron after you've created an messy & sultry style. Once you have your texture in place, then you can achieve your really styled look by arranging the hairs accordingly.

Oribe Beach Waves Spray


How to Use? Easy!

  1. Shake the bottle.
  2. Spray on wet or dry hair.
  3. Tousle to your liking.
  4. Allow to dry in open air.
  5. Follow with lipstick and sexy heels.

Some NEAT Facts about Oribe Beach Spray

Oribe Beach Spray is a year round texturizing spray for tousled, beach-inspired waves. Think glamorous, big, sexy hair! This product gives you wavy, touchable, sensuous hair, without the salty-stiffness that comes from many other brands of salt sprays. This Oribe product adds moisture and shine, while nourishing and repairing your hair. You can create a buildable effect, from day-to-day from dramatic to drenched. One aspect that I personally love: it's perfect for ANY hair type, but can act as a re-activator spray for those with curly hair.

This beach spray utilizes rich extracts and exotic oils for lush repair and sexy texture. The Oribe shine spray is created without parabens or sodium chloride, and is both color and keratin treatment safe. Protects your hair from UV rays! The specifically designed actuator drives the product into your hair, adding gorgeous texture and piece separation.

Best Styling Idea?

For a quick and easy beach wave look: Spray this product into your dry hair until it is damp. Scrunch your hair with your hands and work the product into the hair. Then, take your hair and wrap it into a few different loose buns; or just one if you are running short on time. Wait for the hair to air dry or use a blow dryer to speed up drying time. Then, take the hair down and admire your gorgeous beach waves. You can also spray some more of the product and scrunch again to further develop the waves. I hope you like this styling idea. What other ideas do you have? Please share your ideas with us in the comments below.


About Author

Melinda Longoria, MSM writes product buying guides and reviews on Hubpages. She also operates a successful Facebook fanpage where pregnant moms connect, Maternity Clothes Online, which has over 1030 followers. She is also a mommy to three little cuties. Please feel free to post your comments and questions about this article in the below comment box.

Comments Please...

Have you tried this or any other brand of beach spray? Please tell us what you thought about the beach spray product that you tried. What did you like about it? What did you hate about it? Your comments are SO appreciated! :-)

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Oribe Apres Beach Wave and Shine Spray for Unisex, 2.1 Ounce


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    • DDE profile image

      Devika Primić 

      2 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Informative and so interesting! Glad you are following me.

    • Melinda Longoria profile imageAUTHOR

      Melinda Longoria, MSM 

      3 years ago from Garland, Texas

      Thank you Vocalcoach. Let us know how you like the Oribe Beach Wave product.

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      Audrey Hunt 

      3 years ago from Idyllwild Ca.

      I'm ordering this product ASAP (now.) It's just what I need for my baby-fine straight hair. I've tried everything with no luck. So glad you wrote this review. Votes up, useful, awesome, interesting and will share. Thanks Melinda.


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      Cristen Iris 

      3 years ago from Boise, Idaho

      Melinda, this is a good thorough product review. I've never tried it but that's mostly because I prefer to get my beach hair on the beach. If I had longer hair I'd give it a shot. :)

    • Melinda Longoria profile imageAUTHOR

      Melinda Longoria, MSM 

      3 years ago from Garland, Texas

      Thank you. :-) I live in hot & humid Texas so it's nice to have a hairstyle that is messy looking to wear on occasion because my hair looks like that a lot anyway with the humidity. I love the beach wave look & being able to add volume to my roots.

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      Shauna L Bowling 

      3 years ago from Central Florida

      I must live in a cave. I've never heard of the Beach Wave. I guess if you don't have access to the beach, it's a good idea to get that wind-blown look.

      Nice review, Melinda!


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