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Natural hair spray
Hair spray often contains plastic and other chemical ingredients that are less than ideal to be breathing! Fortunately, there is a homemade alternative that works.
1. Light and Lemon Hair Spray, 2 to 4 lemons, Water, Slice the lemons and cover with water in a pan. Simmer for 1 hour, adding more water as it evaporates. Let cool, then strain. Pour the lemon liquid into a pump spray bottle.
2. 2lemons(yellow), 2 limes(green), 1 orange, 3 tablespoons of sugar, 1 tablespoon of elmers glue, 1 cup of 70% rubbing alcohol 3 cups of water, 1/2 a tablespoon of castor oil, take as much juice out of all three fruits and drain as much possible. Take rubbing alcohol and glue and mix well.Bring to a boil. Once boiling add water and sugar and stir until very well mixed. Bring to boil again because most likely water will stop boiling once you pour in water and sugar.After brought to a boil let cool to a lukewarm temperature and pour in castor oil.
3. 1 T Sugar, 1/3 to 1 C hot water, 1/2 t oil of choice (I like lemon). Mix well and pour into spray bottle. Use sparingly at first. Less water for stronger spray. Your hair will really shine.
4. Chop one lemon into four pieces. If you have dry hair, you can do the same with an orange. Place the lemon or orange in a pot with 2 cups water. Boil until half of the initial amount of water remains. Cool, strain, and place in a spray bottle. Store in the refrigerator. By adding one ounce of rubbing alcohol as a preservative the spray can be stored for up to two weeks un-refrigerated. If you find the hairspray is too sticky, just add more water.