Easily Achieve Great Smelling Hair
Written by InspiredLocs
March 16, 2012
TEST Your locs/dreadlocks, or what I refer to as "Distinctively Adorned Hair" should not only look good, but should smell good as well. Keeping your hair smelling great is really quite easy. After washing, and in-between washing your hair, all you need is a fragrance mist. A fragrance mist applied to your hair has many benefits: it's easy to make at home, it uses everyday ingredients, it only uses 3 ingredients, it's quick, and it allows you to smell great without putting fragrance on sensitive skin.
As we take the time to wash, and retighten our hair, let's also take a look at having hair that has a wonderful aroma! How to Make a Fragrant Hair Mist
Using 3 Simple Ingredients.
Having great smelling hair is a wonderful thing. And, the great thing about it is that you can freshen up your hair while moisturizing it in a flash. All you need is an easy to make, three ingredient, inexpensive mist.
Here's how to make a hair spray/mist to keep your hair smelling wonderful:
Take an empty spray bottle (you can buy one, or reuse one from an empty container you may have) and fill it with water, leaving a little room for mixing.
To this water add some fragrance. You can add essential oils, or a less expensive route is to add a small amount of fragrance oil. Add a little at a time until you get the strength of fragrance that you want.
To this mixture add some natural oil, like olive or coconut oil, a couple of tablespoons will do. (Ofcourse, you can always leave out the oil if you want).
Shake it up, spray it on your hair and smell the difference it makes!
(Note: The oil/water mist will have to be shaken before you spray because this recipe contains no emulsifying agents (which make oil and water blend), just simple ingredients)
You can use a unisex fragrance like Egyptian Musk or Patchouli. Or you can use a women's fragrance, or a men's fragrance.
This quick, easy misting spray will keep your locs smelling great and moisturized! You may even have people stopping you as you walk by and asking you "wow, how do you make your hair smell so good?"
Until next time,
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