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Homemade DIY Hair Mist | Preity Prerna

Updated: May 27


Homemade DIY Hair Mist | Preity Prerna

Dry, damaged, frizzy, and unmanageable hair can be frustrating. Many people go for options like keratin treatments, hair spas, and many other hair treatments, which are not just heavy on the pockets but these treatments are also harmful to the scalp.


Another option is using hair serums and sprays, which are available in the market, but a 200ml bottle will cost you approximately 500 - 700 rupees. Is there another way?


YES, THERE IS! You might be surprised, but you can get the benefits of hair spas, keratin treatments, and fancy hair serums with a DIY product! Wondering what this too-good-to-be-true DIY product is?


It is a simple yet super magical hair mist. This hair mist will not only help you with damaged, dry hair but will also help fight dandruff, itchiness, and stickiness in the scalp.


Table of Contents:



Ingredients:


Let's start by gathering the ingredients. Every ingredient required to make this hair mist is easily available. These are - rose water, glycerine, argon oil, and aloe vera gel.


If you are uncomfortable with any ingredient, do not worry, I'll also share substitutes.



  • You can use distilled water (drinking water) as a substitute for rose water.

  • You might not get the sweet fragrance in your mist, but if you are allergic, then avoid this ingredient.



  • Glycerine belongs to the hyaluronic family, which you must have noticed as one of the key ingredients in many skincare and haircare products.

  • Glycerine is an economical option that will lock the moisture of your hair and prevent frizziness.

  • You cannot use glycerine by itself because it has a sticky consistency.

  • Using it in a blend will give you all the positive advantages without stickiness.



  • Argon oil is the most expensive one out of all. So, if you are looking for its replacement, you can use vitamin E oil or oil that is not sticky (except for coconut oil). Or, if you are already using a hair serum, you can take that. I suggest using argon oil because the shine, moisture, and benefits of serum this oil can provide are hard to find anywhere else.



  • Next, if you are uncomfortable with aloe vera gel, use flaxseed gel instead. I will warn you that flaxseed gel will require much blending compared to aloe vera gel.


Preparation:

 

Now that all the ingredients are in place let's dive right into the process.


STEP 1: Take a full cup of rose water and add it to a bowl. One cup is a lot.


So if you are short of rose water, you can mix distilled water (drinking water) to cover up the difference. Rose or distilled water will avoid the extra accumulation of unwanted substances found in unfiltered water.


STEP 2: Now, add one teaspoon of glycerine to the water.


STEP 3: Add one teaspoon of argon oil to the mix.


If you are using any substitute, add one teaspoon of that ingredient. As I have mentioned before, argon oil will give your hair the lustre and moisture it needs.


STEP 4: Lastly, add one teaspoon of aloe vera gel.


If you are using flaxseed gel, add one tablespoon of it. Aloe vera gel blends better than flaxseed gel. But, if you are allergic to aloe vera or if it does not suit you, avoid using it and go for flaxseed gel.


STEP 5: Now it's time to whisk and mix all the ingredients well!


You will be pleasantly surprised to see the final result. It will be a beautiful, glittery product with a mesmerizing fragrance (thanks to rose water and argon oil!).


Once your hair mist is ready, transfer it to a spray bottle. This mist will be approximately 200-300ml, prepared for less than 200 rupees! Isn't it amazing?



Application:


Spray this mist on wet hair immediately after bathing, and you are good to go!


This spray will keep your hair frizz-free and manageable for the entire day.


If you use a hair dryer on your hair, you can use it after spraying this mist; if you use a straightening or curling iron, you can use it with no restrictions.


Q/A


Can you use it on children?


Yes, you can!


Can you use it as a hair perfume/freshener? 


Yes, you can!


If you like to watch the video version of this article, you can watch this: (And don't forget to check the comment section 😊 )



Conclusion:


It is an all-in-all-purpose hair mist that you can use freely. Prepare just one bottle of this mind-blowing magic hair potion, and I can assure you that you will prepare more.


Don’t forget to come back and write a review based on your experience, and inspire others to try it too.



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Rated 5 out of 5 stars.

This mist is truly a mind blowing magic hair potion.

Best to combat the frizz. 👍👌

A must try. 💯✔️👌❤️

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