Nothing let’s you know summer is almost here more than hot, humid weather. You know the kind that’s so stuffy and sticky that it makes your hair extra frizzy, dry, and tangled just by spending some time outside?
That’s the type of weather to make you completely shy away from wash and gos, twists, and ponytails on a hot day. I understand where you’re coming from, but let me tell you, there’s no need to do that! With a quick touch-up, all your hot-day hair woes will be a thing of the past!
To keep your hair fresh and hydrated, try this DIY Curl Refreshing Spray below:
You Will Need:
- Measuring cup
- Spoon (optional)
- Your Favorite Leave-In Conditioner
- Aloe Vera Juice
- Rose Water
- Plastic Spray Bottle
- Take 1/2 cup of water, 1/2 cup of aloe vera juice, and 1 tablespoon of rosewater and pour into the plastic spray bottle.
- Take two tablespoons of your favorite leave-in conditioner and squirt or spoon into the spray bottle. Twist the top on tightly and shake until all ingredients are mixed together.
- Spray mixture onto old wash and gos, mini twists, bantu knots, or ponytails to refresh and redefine curls and coils.
Benefits of Ingredients:
Aloe Vera Juice controls frizz, relieves itchy scalp, and leaves hair undeniably smooth and shiny. It’s important to include in the DIY refresher spray because it help to soften and re-hydrate dry and shrunken curls.
Rosewater promotes hair growth, reduces shedding, and has anti-inflammatory properties that heal and soothe the scalp. It’s important to include in the DIY refresher spray because it soothes and cools your hair and scalp on super hot days.
The leave-in conditioner that I personally like to use is Kinky-Curly Knot Today Leave-In Conditioner and Detangler because it intensely moisturizes the hair without weighing it down, and makes it more manageable by loosening all knots and tangles.
And lastly, there is no better way to hydrate and replenish your hair than by using plain ol water.