DIY Recipe for Natural Hairspray
As you can probably guess, there are a lot of heads of hair in the world—close to 8 billion, in fact—and among them are many different types of hair; your hair is as individual as a fingerprint. It can be challenging to find products that work with your natural hair type. At Morrocco Method, we try to create products with multiple uses so that they can be used to fit your personal preferences.
Hairsprays, in particular, are be some of the most chemically-laced products on the market. Most are plastic based and use some form of dissolved polymer or glue, the same kind used in construction to bind plywood together. Additionally, the aerosol propellants used in hairsprays eat away at the stratospheric ozone, causing irreversible environmental damages on a large scale, and on a small scale can cause breathing issues for the person using the aerosol product as they inhale the fumes and chemicals expelled.
Lucky, there are alternative polymers that have proven effective at styling hair. Aloe Vera, for example, not only acts as a natural glue but also conditions and strengthens the hair. Today I'm going to share a little secret with you: how to make your own styling spray mist, using Morrocco Method products!
Here’s what you will need:
- Small travel sized spray bottle
- Blood of the Dragon Styling Gel
- Filtered Water
What to do:
Step 1: Fill 3/4 of a small spray bottle with water. Use filtered water, free of any metals or contaminants
Step 2: Fill the rest of the bottle with Blood of the Dragon Styling Gel (3:1 water to Gel)
Step 3: Pour the combined mixture into a mixing cup. Using a spoon or stirring stick, stir the mixture until it achieves an even consistency without any clumps
Step 4: Pour the mixture back into the spray bottle. Spray a light amount onto your hair and style as desired!