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Once. I admit it. I bought all the stuff, designated a hand mixer and a stainless steel pot, and made soap from scratch with my sister, just once. Now the soap-making equipment sits in my basement. But, after reading this post on hot process soap making, I’m starting to feel inspired to get another batch…
In the past, I've used trial-sized, store-bought dry shampoos, but we didn't have any in the house. What I did have was some spices and cornstarch I bought for a pie filling. How skeptical are you right now? Probably about as skeptical as I was. But, with limited options, I took a risk and tried a DIY dry shampoo recipe that worked great! Read on for the full recipe for a quick, easy DIY dry shampoo for red hair and my review.
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Here are at least 20 ways to live a more natural lifestyle.
What's one healthy choice you made recently?
My hope with this blog is to fill you in on all kinds of simple, quick tricks I've learned to make natural living easier. It is exactly what I do for free for all of my friends.
So why have I spent my life buying a bunch of crap? Read on...
One of my coworkers confessed to me that she tried a store-bought dry shampoo and just didn't feel like she used it right. It either left white residue in her hair or wore off midway through her day. Meanwhile, she had to breathe in a dust cloud of aerosol spray just to use it. There has to be a better way. As a lover of all things natural, including hair care, I felt inspired to find an easy DIY dry shampoo recipe that worked.