Homemade Leave in Hair Conditioner and Detangling Spray

Homemade Leave in Hair Conditioner and DIY Detangling Spray

Do you get dry and tangled hair after a shower? A simple natural solution to this problem is to use a leave-in conditioner or a detangling spray. Store bought products contain a huge range of chemicals including silicones which makes your hair soft but damages your hair when used for a long time. In this post, we’ll tell you some easy homemade all natural leave-in conditioners which also work as a detangler. These natural ingredients are guaranteed to repair damage and manage dry hair with frequent use.

Here’s how to make an easy homemade leave-in hair conditioner and detangling spray:

Recipe #1:

Coconut oil ( Melt solids in the microwave)

Distilled water

A spray bottle

Your favorite Essential oil for fragrance

Vitamin E oil or aloe vera gel ( optional)

Take your spray bottle and fill it with one cup of distilled water. Add two tablespoons of coconut oil, a few drops of your favorite essential oil and vitamin E oil/aloe vera gel and cover the lid. Shake the spray bottle well until all the ingredients are well combined. Your leave in conditioner/ detangler is ready to use. Spray it on your wet hair and use a wide tooth comb to detangle your hair.

Recipe #2:

This recipe requires a conditioner to make a leave in conditioner.

Natural Conditioner ( like the TRESemme Naturals Nourishing Moisture Conditioner, Aloe Vera and Avocado¬†or L’Oreal Paris EverSleek Sulfate-Free Smoothing System Intense Smoothing Conditioner

Spray Bottle

Distilled or Filtered water

Take your spray bottle and fill it up with distilled water, leaving 1/4th of the bottle empty. Next, Add in about 2 Tbsp of your conditioner. Finally, shake it well and use it on your damp hair.

Good Luck!

More for you

10 Beauty Hacks Every Girl Should Know

6 Weird Beauty Hacks That Actually Work

18 No Heat Hairstyles

10 Tips to De-Frizz Your Hair

12 Tips for Perfect Hair

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *