For starters, you should know what kind of hair I have: thin, fine and my scalp leans towards dry. Since I've been using my own hair rinse and using a great shampoo bar, my hair has become softer, more manageable, thicker, and can even hold a loose curl now.
However, with Florida summers, my hair was starting to look a bit dull from all the sun exposure and I was battling the frizz caused by all this humidity.
Rose Water Spray
- 2 TBSP Pure Rose Water
- 2 TBSP Distilled Water
- 1 TBSP Vegetable Glycerine
- 2-3 drops Argan Oil (optional)
I put the ingredients into a small misting bottle and I spray it on my hair every morning or after a shower.
First, I have to say that I LOVE the way it makes my hair smell. Rose water has to be one of the most feminine and romantic smells in the world.
I have noticed an improvement in the dullness of my hair. It definitely looks more shiny and has more moisture. My hair looks and feels healthier! I love it. It helps a little for combating frizz for those extra humid days. You can spray it on dry hair or wet hair.
My hair never feels oily or looks greasy after I use the product. It's very light and easily absorbs into my hair after just a couple of minutes.
The vegetable glycerin seems to be a thing of miracles on the web. While browsing through some blogs I've noticed that many African American girls use it with great results for dry hair so I decided to add it to my mixture to see if it gave my fine, dull locks the same kind of love. Those ladies knew what they are talking about! That stuff is awesome! It does need to be mixed with water or you can get a drying affect (don't worry-- my recipe took care of that), but when mixed properly it hydrates hair, perks up dry, dull hair, and seals split ends.
So, I think this should work on all hair types. Try it out and let me know!
A little trick too--- this can be used on your face for a light moisturizer, too!