DIY Hair Spray – For Frizzy Hair
Are you looking for the perfect and easy solution for your frizzy hair? We have four exellent DIY Hair Spray homemade recipes.
In today’s time, ‘look of the day’ is taken quite seriously, and any look is incomplete without a pretty hair do.
People use straightener, curler, and blow dryer on an everyday basis to make beautiful hairstyles, which leads to hair damage.
Regular use of heating appliances and setting spray on your hair will make your hair look lifeless and dull. This is where hair spray comes in very handy.
Four Homemade Recipes
We have curated a list of DIY Hair Spray, which can be easily made and used for a few weeks.
Lemon DIY Hair Spray
- Baking soda
- Rosemary Essential Oil
In a saucepan, add 2 cups of water and squeeze one full lemon into it. Let the lemon water boil till the quantity becomes half. Once half of the lemon water is evaporated, turn off the heat and leave it cool down.
Then, pass the lemon water through a strainer, add one teaspoon of baking soda and two drops of rosemary essential oil into it. Mix everything well and transfer your DIY Hair Spray into a spray bottle.
You can store the hair spray in the refrigerator for 15 days.
Castor Oil Hair Spray
- Castor Oil
- Almond Oil
- Lavender Essential Oil
Boil one cup of water in a saucepan, add sugar into it. Keep stirring it until the sugar melts. Once the sugar is completely melted, leave the sugar-water mixture to cool down.
Then add one tablesppon of castor oil, one tablesppon of almond oil, and few drops of lavender essential oil into it and mix it well. Pour it into a spray bottle.
There is no need to store this hair spray in a refrigerator. Store it in a cool and dry place, and it will last you for a good one month.
Sugar DIY hair spray
- Rosehip Essential Oil
Take one cup of water in a saucepan, add two tablespoons of sugar into it. Continuously stir it until the sugar is completely melted. Turn the heat off and let it cool down.
Don’t forget to add a few drops of rosehip essential oil before transferring your DIY Hair Spray into a spray bottle.
Sugar Hair spray can be easily stored for a month.
Aloe Vera DIY Hair Spray
- Aloe Vera Gel
- Almond oil
- Tea Tree Oil
In a blender, take four tablespoons of aloe vera gel, water, and one tablesppon of almond oil, blend everything together. Pour the spray into a spray bottle, add a few drops of tea tree essential oil. Apply this hair spray on damp hair.
You can store your Aloe vera hair spray for up to 15 days in the refrigerator.
Include any one of these DIY Hair Spray in your everyday hair care routine and notice visible changes in your hair.
Hair sprays not only hydrates your hair length but also adds shine to it. Hair sprays available in the market are loaded with chemicals, artificial fragrance, and alcohol.
It’s better to use hair spray as they do not contain alcohol and harmful chemicals.
Since all these hair sprays are made of natural ingredients, they will cause no harm to your hair.
These hair sprays will also improve your hair quality and texture.
Don’t trust me? Try it out yourself.