Nothing rescues you better than a dry shampoo when you are a young mom and have no time for anything, when you have much work, when you travel long distances and in many other cases, too. Commercial dry shampoos contain unwanted elements that can harm to your hair and scalp. To avoid that, try making a dry shampoo at home and you’ll get the best result!
Over-washing can strip your hair of natural healthy oils. Alternating with dry shampoo instead of washing hair helps to keep your hair and scalp moisturized. A DIY dry shampoo spray is the perfect solution to use when you oversleep and don’t have time to wash your hair. This recipe for a DIY dry shampoo spray is easy to apply, doesn’t create a mess, and is quick to make!
This dry shampoo recipe is especially for blondes, and it will absorb the excess oil in your hair and give it extra volume. Hair will still be easy to style into whatever up-do or look you are going for. The cornstarch and arrowroot will absorb the excess oil and the essential oil will give it a nice soft scent. It’s also great to use if you want to hide dark roots until you can get into the salon for upkeep.
A dry shampoo is useful for a post-workout spruce-up when you’re feeling a little grubby or on day-old washed hair when you’re attempting a new cute up-do. What it doesn’t do is replace normal hair-washing however and won’t remove built up grime or product from your hair, so don’t use it too many times in a row before giving your hair a normal wash. Keep it in mind while making this coo dry shampoo of starch, cocoa powder and some essential oils and it suitable for any hair.
Making your own homemade dry shampoo is a wonderful way to save money on beauty products while also saving your scalp from harsh chemicals. You may be surprised by the quality and effectiveness of this fantastic homemade dry shampoo—this DIY dry shampoo recipe is great for medium and darker hair, but you can easily reduce the amount of cocoa to better suite your hair color. It’s so easy to make that you’ll wonder why you didn’t try it sooner!
This recipe contains information on making your own dry shampoo and then personalizing it. One of the wonderful things about homemade stuff is you can tailor it to you, perfectly. In the recipe below corn starch or flour and cocoa are listed as 0-4 tablespoons. This is so you can match the powder to your hair color. You’ll also see in the ingredients picture the two different brands of cocoa, as there can be a bit of variance in color.