Natural DIY Dry Shampoo

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Natural DIY Dry Shampoo
Natural DIY Dry Shampoo
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Stretch the times between washing your hair by making a dry shampoo to keep your hair fresh longer. This Natural DIY Dry Shampoo recipe is easy to make and you probably have all the ingredients in your kitchen cabinet. By using dry shampoo, you don't have to wash your hair as often; and, you can know the satisfaction of taking a shower without washing your hair. It's so much faster, you'll hardly believe how quickly you're drying off. Make your own dry shampoo and cut down on your water bill for the next few months.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsNature Material

Primary TechniqueBath and Beauty


Project TypeMake a Project

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I have never tried dry shampoo, but I want to give this project a try. I can't wait to make this one!

I love this recipe! I spend so much on bottled dry shampoo, and this is an awesome alternative.

I've never tried dry shampoo, but I've heard good things. I might need to make this DIY this weekend!

I really love this idea! I'm surprised that you use cocoa powder in it, but it's such a cool idea, and I'm sure it smells great!

Also, if you have super light hair I would definitely recommend avoiding the cocoa powder, and if you sift the different powders the overall powder will be even finer making it easier to rub into your hair!


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