Saturday, 14 July 2012

DIY De-Tangling Spray!

Hi everyone!

This post is about how to make your own de-tangling spray! It is an easy, quick, cheap and effective way to de-tangle your hair.
So i was in super-drug looking for a new de-tangling spray and could not help noticing that the ones people had recommend for me were not cheap and there was no way i was paying that sort of money, for something i could make my self at home for free!
I have very curly hair, and i hate when i have to brush all the nots and lugs out on a morning, because it hurts really bad, and causes it to damage my hair, which at the moment, i am trying to grow!
So all the things you are going to need are..:
.Empty spray bottle,
Spray bottle
.Water,
.Conditioner of your choice,
Conditioner.Hair oil/serum(optional)Hair oil/serum
.So first of all i filled the empty spray bottle up with water about 3/4 of the way. I then added a bouncy ball shape size of pantene ice shine conditioner, it doesn’t really matter what conditioner you use, i just prefer this one. I then put one pump of John Frieda’s frizz-ease original hair serum in, but this is optional, you don't really have to put it in but i like it because it tames my frizzy hair.
You can use can use this on your dry or wet hair, it doesn’t really matter at all.
All you do is shake it up quite abit so all the product is mixed together and then your done! You should end up with really nice smelling hair, that is abit easier to brush through! 
Thanks for reading, i hope you found this helpful and please subscribe so you can stay updated to my new post coming up every Wednesday+Saturday.Bye!
Laurenlovesmakeup'xoxo

12 comments:

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  2. Thanks for the tip! Might try this, my hair is naturally tangly and wavy and since I've bleached it it's even worse so when I'd brush it, my hair would fall out sometimes. :/

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    1. Oh my goodness, same, i bleached mine as well and mines naturally curly and it is a pain to brush, its just ends up snapping if i don't use this!

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  5. This is such a good idea, thanks so much for sharing! Very clever!

    x Michelle | thefeatherden.net

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  6. I've done something similar for a leave in conditioner - literally just take a spray bottle add a tablespoon of your favourite conditioner and fill up with water. I also added some of my heat protector spray so it's an all-in-one and I don't have to faff about with another product - works great and smells divine! Love your blog x

    http://cosmetic-queen-bee.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Exactly! I love the idea to, so you have an all in one product for free! Thankyou so much for the lovely comment and feedback!x

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  7. I love this idea!
    Nearly free and great for you hair :D
    Laura x ¦ http://demandbeauty.blogspot.co.uk/

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  8. thankyou! i no yeah! please subscribe for more, x

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