DIY Shine Spray & Leave In Conditioner Recipe for Dry, Damaged Hair
Are your locks dry, damaged and lacking luster? Give your hair new life with this intense Argan & Agave DIY Shine Spray and Leave In Conditioner Recipe. All it takes is a light misting all over or on damaged ends and your parched strands will once again feel moisturized and boast a healthy shine! It’s also great for taming frizz or using prior to all over summer festival hair braids to keep shorter strands in place.
Argan & Agave DIY Shine Spray Recipe
.25 oz. Argan oil
.5 oz. fractionated coconut oil
.25 aloe vera gel
.3 oz. clear or natural jojoba oil
.2 oz. Cyclomethicone
.05 oz. Dimethicone
1ml light agave syrup
6 drops Propylene Glycol, optional
Using a digital scale weigh out the argan, fractionated coconut, and aloe oil as well as the Cyclomethicone and Dimethicone into a glass Pyrex measuring cup or medium glass or plastic beaker. Using a graduated plastic transfer pipette measure out the agave syrup and add it to the mix, then use a fresh pipetted to add six drops of the propylene glycol. If you wish to add a fragrance, add .1 oz. of fragrance oil of your choice. Stir to mix then using a funnel pour into a glass bottle with a fingertip mister and twist on the cap. Shake vigorously to comine all ingredients.
Because of the aloe vera gel, you will need to shake the DIY Shine Spray before each use. Be sure to use an aloe vera gel with a preservative if you don’t want to add your own. Mountain Rose Herbs makes a good one.
To use very lightly mist onto damp or dry hair and comb through.
If you find this is too conditioning for your hair, simply omit the Dimethicone.
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December 2, 2014 at 3:09 am
Where can I find those frosted glass bottles and I LOVE your labels. Did you just wrote on them and color and cut out or are the printed. Love it!! Thank you
Rebecca D. Dillon
December 2, 2014 at 8:30 am
The bottles were upcycled from a purchase I had made. I drew the labels, thanks.
December 2, 2014 at 1:29 pm
is there any replacements you might suggest for the last few ingredients? i’m trying to keep everything on the more natural side and it worries me to start using a lot of chemical sounding products
Rebecca D. Dillon
April 28, 2015 at 5:15 pm
The cyclomethicone and dimethicone are popular silicones used in many commercial hair products and also shine killing facial products. There’s not really a sub that I’m aware of. You may want to consider my Homemade Hair Oil Recipe for dry hair instead though I’m not sure it’s sprayable.
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