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How To Make Your Own Curly Hair Spray

by Chelsea Castonguay
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Have your ever stood in the aisles of the hair care products at your local store and felt overwhelmed by the choices? You're not alone! There are a ton of products on the market to choose from. However, a lot of curly girls choose to make their own curl care products so they know exactly what goes into them. Here is a great curly hair spray you can make right at home.

This homemade spray will help you get great beachy waves if you have wavy hair!  It will also help add some texture in for our more kinky, coily curly girls.

What you'll need:

I cup filtered water

1 tablespoon of sea salt (not your regular table salt)

2 teaspoons of fractionated coconut oil. Regular coconut oil will solidify as the weather cools. You can add more oil if you need to for dryer hair.

1 teaspoon of essential oil, such as lavender, peppermint, tea tree, or chamomile.

1 spray bottle

What to do:

This recipe is oh so easy! Using a small funnel, pour all of the ingredients into your spray bottle. Once they're in, screw on the top and give it a good shake. You'll want to make sure all of the ingredients are completely mixed up to get the most out of this spray.

How to use:

This is a product that you can use to style your curls in the morning as a refreshing spray. Once you've woken up, take your curls out of their pineapple or satin bonnet. Give them a gentle shake to release them and tip your head upside down. Spritz the spray throughout your curls. Don't soak them, but make sure they're all covered. Gently scrunch your curls, taking the time to cup each curl in your hand to help reform their original shape and texture. If you have finer, loopy curls, you're more likely to see this spray help your curls form beachy waves.



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