Swamp Spritz is a sea salt spray which helps create a grungy, trousled beach look in the hair. This light finishing product adds texture to flat, lifeless hair without having to use a curling wand!
This is a brand new, unopened & official Bleach London product. It is 100% hair friendly, as it does not contain peroxide or ammonia. All of the products we sell come securely packaged in bubble wrap to ensure safe delivery.
HOW TO APPLY
- Finish using any heat tools before application of the Swamp Spritz
- Set the nozzle to 'SPRAY'
- Spray liberally throughout the mid-lengths and ends of the hair
- Scrunch your hair upwards to create beachy waves
- Finish using any heat tools before applying the Swamp Spritz
- Can be applied to damp hair for extra texture - only do this if you're leaving it to dry naturally
- Sleep with damp hair in several braids or plaits to create fab waves and minimize frizz!
- If you want even bigger hair, ask your hairdresser to cut in some volumising layers!
Aqua (water), Alcohol denat., Magnesium Sulfate, VP/VA Copolymer, PEG-40 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, PEG-12 Dimethicone, Parfum (fragrance), Coumarin, Hexyl Cinnamal, Hydroxyisohexyl 3-Cyclohexene Carboxaldehyde, Butylphenyl Methylpropional, Limonene, Dipropylene Glycol.
All Bleach London products are not tested on animals & vegan friendly!
Q: What are your shipping costs? How are your shipping costs calculated?
A: Shipping costs are different for each order because Royal Mail's prices are calculated by weight. You can calculate the costs beforehand by going to the Shipping Costs page, however they will always be displayed before your payment goes through. Please note there is no profit made from postage costs.
Q: Do you ship to my country?
A: We ship all over the world. The only places we do not currently ship to are United Kingdom, Turkey, Crimea & Sevastopol (Ukraine). Libya, Somalia, Syria, and Yemen.
Q: How long does shipping take?
A: Full estimates are given below. All parcels including Tracked (Express) orders are dispatched within 5-10 business days. Delivery time scales vary depending on service and destination as shown below.
Rest of World - Includes United States, Canada, South America, Asia, Argentina
Standard: 4 - 5 weeks (dispatch 5-10 business days + delivery 9-18 working days)
Tracked: 3 - 4 weeks (dispatch 5-10 business days + delivery 5-12 working days)
Europe - Includes Ireland, Iceland, Norway, Netherlands, Russia, Turkey, Ukraine
Standard: 4 weeks (dispatch 5-10 business days + delivery 5-12 working days)
Tracked: 3 weeks (dispatch 5-10 business days + delivery 3-5 working days)
World Zone II - Includes Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Fiji
Standard: 4 - 5 weeks (dispatch 5-10 business days & delivery 10-20 working days)
Tracked: 3 - 4 weeks (dispatch 5-10 business days & delivery 5-12 working days)
UK - We do not currently ship to the United Kingdom.
Please note, all timescales given are rough estimates, and are not guaranteed.
Q: Help! I'm not sure what Zone my country is in.
A: No problem, just visit the Shipping Costs page & select your country from the drop down. The title of the next page is the name of your zone.
Q: Will I receive an email once my parcel has been dispatched?
A: Yes, once your parcel has been dispatched, you will receive a Shipping Confirmation email. If you selected Tracked (Express) shipping, you will receive a separate email containing your tracking code within 1 week of dispatch.
Q: How can I track my parcel?
A: Make sure you selected Royal Mail International Tracked (Express) at checkout, as Royal Mail's standard service does not come with a tracking code. Once your order has been dispatched, we will email you your tracking code(s) within a week. You can track your parcel at RoyalMail.com, and once it reaches your country, you should be able to use the same code on your local postal service's website to track your package.
Q: I received one parcel, but it does not contain the whole order. Should I expect another?
A: Yes, don't worry, this is normal. Orders over 3 or 4 items are usually split into 2-3 parcels. This is either due to regulations on liquids or insurance. Even though the parcels are usually sent at the same time, they can often arrive a few days apart.