November 05, 2020

DIY dry shampoo. TPP & Loving Lately.

 As a mom of three, 5 and under haircare isn't always my top priority therefore, Dry shampoo has been my BFF for a good long time now. (probably since about the time Baby O came along.)
I tried Tresemme. I didn't care for it. It stunk.
Then I tried Not your mother's hair. I love it. It doesn't stink. It does a great job doing it's job. It was a winner.

But I've seen DIY dry shampoo all over Pinterest and I finally decided to try one.
Well, a few of them actually but today you just get one. (Sorry guys, I've been busy.)

Anyway, I tried this one.

So it wasn't terrible, I've actually used it a few times since I tried this out.
It will turn your scalp a little brown, so be sure to rub it in enough.
And blondes should probably NOT add the coco powder.
It kind of dimmed my blond a bit.

So my version:
I did it without the fragrance.

I can't believe I'm showing y'all my hurr this nasy like.

It's pretty decent. I had this stuff in my cabinets already.
So totally cheaper than store bought!
Shake it all over your scalp, lift your hair in a few places to get your roots.
Don't forget the crown of your head.
Just because you can't see the back doesn't mean others can't.
Rub it in a bit.
And, tada!


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And this week I was privellaged enough to be a Co-host for this week's Loving Lately! YAY!
I was super excited when I was asked if I'd wanna be a Co-host! Thanks, ladies for letting me! :)

It's Tuesday which means it's time for Loving Lately!
Glossy Blonde
This is a weekly link up hosted by the fabulous Carly, Kristen, Niki & Rachel!  Join us and link up what you're loving lately! Whether it's fashion, color, crafts, interiors, beauty products, yummy and delicious, or really anything else, we want to know!

1. Follow Your Hosts and Co-Hosts
They are the first 8 in the linky!

Carly @ Lipgloss and Crayons
Kristen @ The Wright Stuff
Niki @ Glossy Blonde
Rachel @ La La Lists

This week's co-hosts are:

Serena @ The Serena Saga [email protected] The Charming Jen @ Boys will be Boys Amber @ My Three Bittles
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Or link back to one of your hosts, and help us promote Loving Lately!

3. Link Up!
Link up your post on what you're loving lately!
Please do not link up your entire blog or any posts that are not "Loving Lately"!  
We are so happy to have you link up, and we do go through and read all of the posts, so if you do not give credit, we will have to remove your link.  And we don't want to have to do that!  So please share the love and include a link back!
4. Mingle
It's a linky party after all!
Visit some of the other posts in the linky and say hello!

5. Tweet!
Help us promote and grow this party!
Send a tweet and let everyone know you linked up!
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I'm currently loving:
This guy! He'll be one this month!

Garden of Life Extra Virgin Organic Coconut OilI just used coconut oil to shanve my legs with and WOWZA, I dunno why I didn't try this crap sooner!!

These bad boys from Forever21. Find them HERE

And the fact that the high of today is 59!
Let's get this party started!


JanM ♥ said...

Oh wow! That's amazing!

I'm having a giveaway on my blog if you're interested!

Sylvia Holman said...

Thanks for hosting, new follower here x

P.S. I have a Shabby Apple dress giveaway on if ya want to enter! x

Hailey LoveLaughterandLipstick said...

I used dry shampoo for my hair tutuorial today! Making your own looks interesting. :) Stopping by from Loving Lately, I'm already following via Blog Lovin'
Hailey @ Love, Laughter and Lipstick

Mrs. K said...

Neato. I've never tried dry shampoo but have been wanting to lately.

Niki Caron said...

Isn't coconut oil incredible! The stuff can do it all! Love the dry shampoo tip too - definitely going to try it!

Lisette said...

Stopping by from Loving Lately. I agree, Tresemme's dry shampoo blows. I will definitely try this! Thanks
Northern Belle Diaries

Breanna said...

That dry shampoo works really well :) I need to mix up some of that amazing concoction soon!

Happy Tuesday!

wendipooh13 said...

ok wow super cool!!! totally going to have to try this, I hate washing my hair every day said...

Cool idea, thanks for sharing!

P.S. I'm hosting a Shabby Apple $50 giveaway on my blog! You should check it out here:

Amy Charming said...

Hey lovey! Coming to you from the loving lately link - up! Thanks for linking up!

I've seen you around so I'm officially following you now =)

i LOVE the dry shampoo DIY!!!!! THanks for sharing!

Kristen @ KV Confessions said...

Look how amazing your hair came out! Love it! And oh my goodness your little boy looks so cute! I MUST TRY COCONUT OIL! I keep forgetting to pick it up.

Madison said...

I use straight up cocoa powder when I need my hair to look a little less oily. I usually just dip my comb into the container(since I don't use it for anything else!) and then comb it through my hair. I never thought of just sprinkling it into my hair or mixing it with corn starch! Will be trying this for sure!

What kind of container did you use? Is it an old spice container with holes to sprinkle or is it just a glass container with a lid?