Last Updated on September 11, 2022 by The Blessed Queens
What about a diy hair moisturizer spray? Well, I love using the liquid version but it’s always good to switch things up so today we are looking into other ways to keep our hair moisturized!
When it comes to retaining length, moisture is key! You should voiding breakage or shedding, and keeping your natural hair soft so here are a few DIY Moisturizing sprays you can try while you are in your hair journey.
The Fab Diy Hair Moisturizer Spray For Softer Curls!
When it comes to hair products, there are tons of different hair mists, styling refreshers and natural hair moisturizing sprays on the shelves that contain ingredients that your hair may not necessarily like or need.
What is a hair mist and what does it contain? A DIY hair mist can contain all the ingredients you want on your curly hair and none that you don’t and be a custom concoction that’s just perfect for your natural hair.
All these store-bought hair products contain ingredients that you can easily get your hands on to make your own hair care products.
Let’s have a look at some DIY moisturizing sprays that you can try for yourself even at home.
Don’t worry, they are light enough to use in the Summer without weighing your natural hair down, and will also help protect your hair from the blistering sun and damaging UV rays.
The Light Hair Moisture Mist
How to Get it done:
Mix all the above ingredients with 1/4 cup of distilled water then add them to your spray bottle.
Continue and shake the bottle to mix the ingredients and spray liberally throughout the hair. Style your natural hair as desired. Refrigerate the rest for reuse for up to 5 days.
The Booster: Aloe & Lavender Hair Mist
Proceed by mixing the above ingredients with 1/4 cup of distilled water then add them to your spray bottle. Shake the bottle to mix the ingredients and spray liberally throughout your hair. Style your hair as desired. Refrigerate the rest for reuse for up to 5 days.
Itchy Scalp? Try this Soothing Mist
Start by boiling 1/2 cup of water and add two organic green tea bags to it. Steep and set aside to cool. Once it cool down, add it to your spray bottle along with the other ingredients.
Shake the bottle to mix the ingredients and spray liberally throughout your natural hair. Style your hair as desired. Refrigerate the rest for reuse for up to 7 days.
Be Sweet like…Honey & Coconut Spray
Mix the above ingredients with 1/4 cup of distilled water then add them to your awesome spray bottle. Shake the bottle to mix the ingredients and spray liberally throughout your natural hair. Style hair as desired. Refrigerate the rest for reuse for up to 5 days.
Mist according to Your Need!
Sometimes your curly hair has specific needs that require particular ingredients and techniques to bring your lifeless hair to life. Below are a few simple recipes for DIY moisturizing hair sprays when your kinky hair is looking for that extra spritz!
If your hair needs Moisture…
The ultimate everyday mist, this is an all-in-one detangler and hair softener.
Yep, Shake it all up and store in a refrigerator for up to 5 days. Aloe vera is a natural healer, which means hydration and protection. The oils seal in the moisture of your cuticles. If your hair is prone to severe dryness, add a drop of your favorite conditioner into the mix for maximum moisture.
If your hair needs Refreshing…
Perfect for a midday pick-me-up or a post-workout refresher, this mist will give your natural hair that just-washed feeling.
Shake it all up and store in a refrigerator for up to 5 days. Green tea is full of antioxidants, which makes it your hair health best friend. You can use regular water in this, but we recommend distilled water for that pure, refreshing, “yasss” effect.
Did you know that, tea tree oil’s anti-fungal properties relieve the scalp of irritation and itch, while the peppermint oil stimulates your roots with a feel-good tingly sensation?
If your hair needs some Shine…
Floral-scented and vitamin-rich, this one’s going to give your tresses that vibrant, sexy shine you thought only existed in commercials (for real sis!).
Shake it up and keep in a cool area for up to 5 days. The rosewater and aloe vera combo reduce frizz and ups hydration. Almond oil contains superpower ingredients like omega-3 fatty acids and vitamin E, which nourishes from the inside, resulting in glossy locks. Also, olive oil is rich in antioxidants and helps combat hair loss.
Soothing Herbal Water Mist
The base of these mixtures consists of olive oil and shea butter. They are heavy moisturizers that are ideal for thick or coarse hair textures. Rosemary and thyme are essential oils that are packed with antiseptic properties. They have been found to reduce dandruff, soothe the inflamed scalp, and balance estrogen in the body, which promotes natural hair growth.
- 1 cup water
- ½ cup aloe vera gel
- 1 tbsp. coconut oil
- ½ cup coconut milk
- 1 tbsp. shea butter
- 1 tsp rosemary oil
- 1 tsp olive oil
- ½ tsp thyme oil
Melt coconut oil. Mix water, coconut milk, and aloe vera gel in a small spray bottles. Mix oils in a small bowl. Combine coconut oil and water mixture, and then add oils to spray bottle. Shake well prior to every application. If you find the fragrance to be too pungent, dilute solution with more water.
Ylang-Ylang Anti-Breakage Formula
To promote softness, reduce breakage, and combat frizz try the Ylang-Ylang Anti-Breakage Formula. This solution prevents hair loss and promotes growth.
Honey has been known to soothe split ends, promote healthy roots, and restore damaged hair shafts. Ylang-ylang is an essential oil derived from leaves of the Cananga tree. It is known for its antibacterial qualities and promoting hair growth.
- 4 oz. water
- 6 drops essential oil of your choice (consider rosemary, thyme, or tea tree oil)
- 2 tsp. aloe vera juice
- 2 tsp. coconut oil
- 2 tsp. ylang-ylang oil
- 2 tsp. coconut water
- 2 tsp. honey
Combine aloe vera juice and coconut water in a small cup. Add water and honey. Mix well. Combine oils and mix. Add oils to the water solution. Shake well prior to each application and apply liberally. Coconut oil is a solid at room temperature, warm it to create your recipe.
There you have it, The Fab Diy Hair Moisturizer Spray For Softer Curls!
What’s your favorite moisturizer?
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