But it's not so easy to tame this unruly head of hair of mine. I used to pay about $3 for a bottle of hair detangler, but those days are over! Now, each bottle of detangler I use costs about 5 cents.
Here's the ingredients you need to make hair detangler:
- Hair conditioner
- Spray bottle
- Squirt one dollop of hair conditioner into bottle (about 1 - 2 Tbsp).
- Fill bottle with water (about 8 - 10 ounces).
Suave Naturals conditioner works great for this, and this can be found for $1 on sale. I estimate that I will get at least 20 bottles of detangler from one bottle of conditioner. I labeled the bottle - this isn't necessary unless you have a lot of homemade solutions and you're worried the bottles will get mixed up. I worried about this in the beginning, but I keep this bottle on top of the bathroom counter all the time since I use it every day. No other bottle sits on top of the counter in the main bathroom. But still, labeling things is fun!
This solution is eco-friendly - you're not purchasing multiple bottles of detangler every year. Instead, you can purchase one bottle of hair conditioner that will last more than one year. It's also wallet friendly - detangler for pennies instead of dollars. And most importantly, this solution works just as well as store-bought solutions. Also, if you look at in the ingredients for detangler, either only conditioner is listed or conditioner is the first ingredient. Basically, detangler is diluted conditioner. So why pay $3 for that when you can do it yourself for less?
If you try this, please let me know how it worked for you!