easy diy pool hair protector is what your hair needs right now!
I always start out summer with such good intentions for my hair.
I color AND straighten AND blow it out, so I do try hard to baby my strands as much as possible. Which is REALLY hard in the summer. We spend every weekend in Rockaway and at least one week in Florida. So that’s sun, salt water and chlorine.
NOT a good recipe for healthy locks.
Which is why I was thrilled to find – and now share! – this easy peasy DIY pool hair protector!
This spray whips up in 2 minutes and deploys both coconut oil and essential oils.
Coconut oil is one of the best oils you can use for your hair – it prevents protein loss, is super moisturizing and protects from breakage and environmental damage.
And rosemary, lavender and Cedarwood oils are all excellent for supporting healthy hair – as well as smelling divine!
I apply this spray liberally before heading out (with a big hat, of course!), and then reapply every time I come out of the water.
I wish I had known about this sooner and would love to know if you try it!
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from Nesting With Grace
2-ounce glass spray bottle
10 drops rosemary essential oil
10 drops lavender essential oil
10 drops Cedarwood essential oil
10 drops lemon essential oil
1 tablespoon fractionated coconut oil
Combine all of the oils in your spray bottle and swirl to blend. Fill with distilled water and shake – shake before each use.
This delicious recipe brought to you by Sheri Silver
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