Natural hairspray, which you can make at home

How to make your hairspray and forget about store-bought sprays? The best Natural Hair Salon in the New York City knows how! Check our tips and make the best hairspray in your life!

Hairspray is necessary if you have very thick, curly, long hair. Also, you should use a generous amount of it, and it doesn’t matter how long your hair is and how you style it, in any case, you use a lot of it. You can’t even untame it without hairspray. The big disadvantage of commercial hair sprays is that they left your hair very crunchy, and, of course, they cost enough for buying a car instead of them in 5 years.

Natural hairspray won’t make your hair crunchy, and it costs pennies!

#1. Recipe

We are ready to share this wonderful recipe with you. So, are you ready? Citrus-lavender hairspray!

1 whole lemon (for light hair) or orange (for dark hair)
2 cups of distilled or filtered water
3-4 big spoons of vodka (or another grain alcohol)
8-10 drops of essential oil (for example, lavender, but you can use what you want)
1) Cut a lemon or an orange into wedges and mix with water. Boil required alloy on the medium heat until liquid is reduced by half.
2) Strain liquid and allow it to cool.
3) Combine vodka and essential oil, swirl to mix, then add to the cup of citrus juice. You can experiment with essential oils and each time add a new one, in this case, you can find an optimal option.
4)  Pour into a spray bottle and shake before each using.

#2. Some notes
Keep in mind; this is not a maximum hold hairspray, which will help you to make difficult hair styles, for example, like it was popular in the 80’s.  But it’s a perfectly flexible hold formula.
This formula perfectly suits both blond and brunette hair. You should use oranges for dark hair, and lemons for light hair. Be careful, there is a chance the lemon can lighten your hair when exposed to sunlight!

We hope this wonderful recipe of natural hairspray by the best Natural Hair Salon in the NYC will help to make your life easier.

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