DIY Sea Salt Hair Spray
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By now, you probably have heard about an incident where a woman who ran out of hair spray used gorilla glue to style hair. This unfortunately proved extraordinarily difficult to remove.
Why do we use hair spray anyway?
The traditional role of a hair spray is protect the hair from wind and humidity. It can help maintain and protect a hairstyle.
So what do you do if you can't find any hair spray when you need it?
If you do run out of hair spray there are some simple recipes for DIY hair spray that you can make with simple safe household ingredients.
1 cup of water (preferably distilled water)
1 tbs sea salt
1 tsp Coconut Oil
Couple of drops of essential oil such as Lavender Oil
Bring the water to a boil adding salt and coconut oil to dissolve. Remove from the heat. Add a few drops of an essential oil. Cool further and transfer to a spray bottle.
It is ok to substitute sugar for sea salt.
Sea salt hair spray adds texture to the hair and can make it appear more voluminous. It is lightweight and not overly greasy.