What is the Best Salt Water Spray for Men between Toni & Guy and Da'Dude?
Picking the perfect men’s hairstyling product can be a difficult task. There are so many products on the market to choose from. It’s easy to get distracted by attractive packaging. But look beyond that and notice if the promises described on the label are achievable. Hence today, we’re going to compare two of the best sea salt spray currently sold all around the world.
Let us put each of the products through a series of tests. See which one will win against the other in an ultimate showdown. So, stick around to find out the final verdict. It's time to place your bets!
Round 1: The Scent of the Product
A lot of hair styling products on the market tend to have unappealing chemical smells. The Toni & Guy product gives off a manly scent. The smell is comparable to a slightly overpowering men's cologne. However, it is clean and fresh-smelling, which gets points in our book.
Da'Salt water spray, on the other hand, smells like coconuts and cream. If you can't make it to the beach, smelling this product will transfer you to the sun and sand with just one sniff! Imagine a nice cold pina colada as a product, and you have Da'Salt water spray.
Round 2: The Product
It's now time for the most essential part of the comparison –the actual product! To test out the product's ability, we tested it out on both long and short hair to see which one would perform better. Both products gave an excellent textured feel with a friendly beachy vibe on short hair.
However, the Da'Salt water spray held onto the hair for longer than the Toni & Guy spray. This result highlights the Da'Salt water spray's actual value: practicality for everyday use.
When used on long hair, both products showcased the ability to provide a beachy look with a nice texture. However, Da'Salt water spray held the hair for longer. It gave a superior volume to the hair compared to Toni & Guy as well.
Round 3: Washing the Product Out of Your Hair
After a long day, the first thing you want to do is take a shower and get all that product out of your hair. Toni & Guy performed very well during the rinse test. It was reasonably easy to remove with a bit of light scrubbing. The same can be said for Da'Salt water spray. However, we can see a positive point about Da'Salt water spray. It leaves the hair feeling conditioned after washing. The Toni & Guy product does not give this effect.
Round 4: Best Value Salt Water Spray
Toni & Guy sells their salt spray on amazon for £5 for 200ml of product. This is an excellent price, seeing the brand is very popular. On the other hand, Da' Saltwater spray comes out around £14 for 250 ml. You are paying more, but you are getting more products to begin with. The quality of Da'Salt water spray is much higher than that of the Toni & Guy product.
Generally, both products did very well across each round. However, Da'Salt water spray is the real winner when it comes to quality and performance. Albeit, at a higher price. But the adage, says "you get what you pay for."