5. Flip Flops
You cannot possibly roam around the beach in your shoes or pumps or boots right? That is exactly what the flip flops are for. They are good for roaming around on the beach and are easy to carry. Furthermore, they do not occupy any extra space just wrap em up and put them in your beach bag.
4. An Extra Suit
This next entry is a practical no-brainer. Take a moment to venture a guess- why oh why would you be needing an extra bathing suit after soaking wet with either beach water or sweat, after having the dirty beach sand all over your current bathing suit and for walking out of the beach or, worst comes to worst, if you tear you existing bathing suit! You guessed right, you will need a bathing suit! So pack one in that beach bag we mentioned and you are all set for a day, hell, a night out on the beach. Although of course for a night out on the beach, there are certain other essential items that you should also have but maybe we will dedicate another article to it.
3. Hand Sanitizer
2. Hair Potion
A hair serum is especially important when you are on the beach. The reason is that once you let your hair lose after luxuriously soaking silly in the beach, they will most likely be a slimy mess, not to mention completely lacking any shine or lustre what so ever. We recommend you take a good sculpting hair serum with you preferably something for achieving beach waves. Spritz the directed amount into your strands, braid them up and get ready to see some picture worthy beachy locks when you let them lose after the day. If that’s not a million dollar tip we don’t what is!
1. Cleansing Wipes and Oil Absorbent Sheets
Last but certainly not the least we come to cleansing wipes. We bet you are thinking that will all that water around why would you need a cleansing but lets get real here. Do you really think you would feel like washing your face with the beach water before walking off of the beach? We thought so and thus we recommend oil blotting papers and cleansing wipes to clean your face off the dirt oil and whatever else. We do agree that most beaches have proper restrooms but it never hurts to be fully prepared for the worst.