DIY Heat Protectant Hair Spray WITH STEP BY STEP PHOTOS !!!

diyHey dearies,

How are you girls doing? You all might agree how much we girls simply love styling our hair. Curling one day, straightening the other day or even adding vibrant colors to your hair. But this shiny cloud has a really dark lining. Styling makes our hair dry, dull and damaged. If it is done on regular basis it even changes our hair porosity levels.

Make your own DIY Heat Protectant Hair Spray Tutorial

What I am Going to cover in this article?

  • Benefits of Heat Protectant Hair Spray
  • Ingredients needed for the Hair Spray
  • Step by Step procedure to make Hair Spray
  • How to use the Hair Spray before heat.

In one of my previous articles I shared how to curl your hair without heat and now I am sharing a diy heat protectant hair spray tutorial. This actually is not my own tutorial. I found it on Pinterest like 2 years back. I gave it a try and really loved it.

Benefits of Heat Protectant Hair Spray

Heat protectant hair spray is beneficial in many ways. As the name goes it prevents your hair from the side effects of heat. It also

  • Heat Protectant Hair Spray acts as a sealent of moisture within the hair.
  • It helps in preventing heat from harming your locks.
  • It also adds beautiful shiny and bounce to your hair.
  • You can use heat to style your hair as much as you want without damaging your hair.

So lets check out the ingredients for DIY Heat Protectant Hair Spray tutorial.

 

For this amazing tutorial you are gonna need some ingredients that are readily available in your house.

  • Coconut Oil (Try getting 100% virgin oil)
  • Almond oil (I used Pantene’s almond oil since it is non-sticky. You can use anyone you have.)
  • Hair Conditioner ( I used Dove. But it works best with leave-in conditioner.)
  • 250 ml Water (at room temperature)
  • A spray bottle.

diy heat protectant hair spray

 

Lets begin with the tutorial.

Step 1: Take the spray bottle and add 200 ml of water to it.

diy HAIRSPRAY

Step 2 : Add around 7 to 8 drops of Coconut oil.

HAIRSPRAY

Step 3 : Add 7 to 8 drops of Almond oil to it.

HAIRSPRAY

Step 4 : Add dime sized amount of any conditioner to it.

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Step 5 : Now add the remaining amount of water to it.

Step 6 : Now shake it little. It might get little milky in color and it will lather up a bit. Don’t worry its absolutely fine.

Step 7 : Taddaaa… Your DIY Heat Protectant Hair Spray is finally read. 

HAIRSPRAY

How to use it ?

It is really simple.

  • Just spray it onto your detangled hair from a distance of like 10 cm.
  • Spray it along your hair length.
  • Don’t spray it in too much quantity, it will make your hair look wet.
  • After applying the spray, wait for little time to let your hair absorb it.
  • Now you can use the heat and style your hair tension free.
  • This spray will add amazing shine and bounce to your styled hair.

Hope this tutorial helped you like it helped me. Do write your views via comments. Because as I always say your comments makes me smile from ear to ear.

Nimisha is a hair and lifestyle blogger who is loves trying new diys and products and loves sharing honest reviews about the same. She also enjoys trying new recipes, painting and watching tv series.

23 thoughts on “DIY Heat Protectant Hair Spray WITH STEP BY STEP PHOTOS !!!

    1. Hey Linsay, thanks dear for taking time for reading and leaving a comment.Do give it a try and let me know what you think of it. See you soon dear. 🙂

    1. Thank you Jaclyn for liking it. If you regularly flat iron your hair then it is a must for you. See you soon girl. 🙂

  1. I should make this, I like to straighten my hair when it’s not humid so usually more during winter months. I’ve pinned this for later, thanks for sharing!

    1. Hey Leslie, Do give it a try. It does protects my hair from heat. I am sure it will work for you too. Thank you so much for liking this post and pinning it. Love you for that… 🙂

  2. Great tutorial. I love that you can make it with fairly ordinary ingredients. Store bought products can get to be so expensive. It’s winter here in Michigan so my hair could definitely use a little love. Thanks for sharing.

  3. This post was very interesting… Wasn’t aware that we can create our own protection sprays. Thanks for sharing! x

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