I really don’t like washing my hair every day. It takes forever to dry my hair and I try not to use heating tools on it every day if I can avoid it. To give me hair a break and still freshen it up, I sometimes use dry shampoo between washes. It soaks up any oils that the hair follicles create at the roots, and gives it a bit of body too. Store bought dry shampoos can be expensive, with top brands being as much as $35, but you can make it at home very easily, for less than $2 a jar! It’s an easy way to cut back some time on your busy mornings, while still having fresh hair. Dry Shampoo for Light Hair 1/4 cup Cornstarch1/4 cup Baking Soda5-10 drops Essential Oil (e.g. Add the cornstarch and baking soda to a small bowl. Using a fork, mix it up well. I store it in the bathroom in a small jar, with an old makeup brush to apply it. Dry Shampoo for Dark Hair 1/4 cup Cornstarch1/4 cup Cocoa5-10 drops Essential Oil (e.g. Mix all the ingredients together in a small bowl.
Homemade Probiotic DeodorantMy latest venture has been to experiment with homemade probiotic deodorant. I found a recipe on pinterest and was, of course, interested in why I would want to make my own deodorant and include probiotics in it. Stinky Pits – Why Do Pits Stink? Our pits smell, not because of sweat, but because of the bad bacteria that likes to collect in the dark area under our arms. I have read a few articles that say adding the probiotic to the deodorant helps to regulate the good bacteria which keep the bad bacteria from taking over and causing stink. Are Antiperspirants Bad? Our bodies are meant to sweat. Besides that little bit of information, there are many chemicals in store-bought antiperspirants that you probably don’t want touching your body and being absorbed into your skin. For these reasons, I decided to try out a homemade version of deodorant. Homemade Probiotic Deodorant Homemade Probiotic Deodorant – Vanilla Scent Author: Jennifer Dickison Recipe type: Beauty Product
10 Creative Mason Jar IdeasWinter is slowly approaching and because of the colder weather I spend most of my time at home anyway. I tend to get kinda lazy, like a bear, preparing for hibernation. So the fact I did something useful this time is actually a big deal for me. Since home improvement and craft projects are passions of mine, I decided to share it with you. While staying at home a lot, I got obsessed with mason jars. 1. Let's start with the simplest one. What we have here is a light blue glass jar, flower choice is entirely up to you. 2. This one is suitable for a centre piece at a casual wedding, or you can just place it on your desk and admire it. Fill a jar with sand and add some shells and other sea creatures. 3. The mason jar lamp idea may require some extra skills but it isn't impossible to recreate. These are the garden lamps of my dreams. 4. Now to another easy-to-do jar project that is very sentimental and romantic - the portrait mason jar. A perfect present to give to a person close to your heart.
Noelle Speaks: Grow Healthy Hair Naturally - Proven and TestedBEFORE Client with over processed dull and dry hair After: 6 months later - same client with new found hair growth! How to: 1) We do not massage our hair enough! Use approximately 1/2 cup of distilled white vinegar for this process and add more if necessary. 2) DO NOT RINSE; after massaging with distilled white vinegar, take a tablespoon of rosemary oil (used to promote hair growth for centuries) and massage all areas of the head - for thicker hair use another tablespoon. **Massaging the scalp is the key here - take your time and be thorough! Distilled white vinegar is a natural product build up remover and clarifies hair. Rosemary Oil - stimulates circulation to hair follicles which leads to healthy hair growth. 3) Now that you have treated your scalp - where the hair grows from and promoted circulation; Use Coconut Oil right from the jar and emulsify in your hands, approximately a quarter size at a time. Coconut oil easy to find in most Supermarkets.
DIY полоски для носаVery cute!Winter Dry Hair Remedy - Homemade Hot Oil TreatmentOver processing and cool winter months can leave your hair dry and damaged. A great solution for this is to use a hot oil treatment. My favorite budget friendly, homemade hot oil treatment is below: What you will need 1/4 cup olive oil 1 tbsp. daily hair conditioner Lavender essential oil (optional) Shower cap or towel Directions Pour the olive oil in a saucepan and add the conditioner. If desired you can add a few drops of lavender essential oil for fragrance. After 30 minutes, rinse hair out with Shampoo. Use treatment once a week for long, damaged hair."Сухой шоколад" для ванны
DYI - Fun Projects - Stetson K PattonI am always looking for better ways to organize my crazy schedule. I love having this picture collage as a weekly to do. It’s pretty so I might use it more. source: Fabric canvas backgrounds. source: Circuit Bridge One day when I have my own house I will do this next DYI. source: Girl Inspired I love getting and receiving pretty gifts. source: Be Different Act Normal The following two tabs change content below. I am a fashion stylist and beauty consultant.