Lavender Mist for Curls

This lavender mist helps hydrate the hair and it revives curls. As a curly girl, I am constantly fighting against frizz! If I don’t have time to wash my hair, I’ll mist it with a bit of lavender spray, add a bit of gel, and scrunch it. It looks better if it’s been washed, but this works in a pinch!


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Here’s the recipe, in case you’d like to make some for yourself:

1.  Fill a large pot with a half gallon of water.

2.  Cover, bring to a boil, and simmer for an hour to get rid of impurities.  (Check occasionally to make sure water isn’t boiling away.)

3.  Remove from heat, add lavender oil, stir, and replace lid.
4.  Let steep until cool, then pour into empty spray bottles using a funnel.  (I use various sizes of bottles, and I make sure to keep a small bottle in my purse, so I can revive my curls and tame frizz wherever I am.) You can also store the extra in a glass jar with a plastic lid.

This recipe comes from the Curly Girl Handbook by Lorraine Massey.

After I spritz my hair with lavender spray and add some gel, a flexi clip holds it all back neatly!

::Beautiful Curls::
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