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Author Topic: DIY dry shampoo & vinegar rinse tip!!  (Read 4013 times)  Share 

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DIY dry shampoo & vinegar rinse tip!!
« on: 17 May 13 / 03:54 PM »
I'm obsessed with pinterest, and as I was browsing today this popped up!
Pretty cool if you like the more natural approach to hair :) I wonder how it stands up against batiste?

The vinegar rinse tip I read was kinda cool...for those with natural hair (or bright too I suppose!) Pop in a few drops of food colouring to add a coloured sheen to your hair! I want to know of this works. Wouldn't be drastic but would be nice or a night out or something! I'm picturing black haired folk using blue and brown haired using reds...


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Re: DIY dry shampoo & vinegar rinse tip!!
« Reply #1 on: 17 May 13 / 04:18 PM »
I use the lush dry shampoo which is a powder and I actually prefer it to batiste! Its lasts so long too, I got it in Jan and ive hardly made a dent in it! and cos it isnt an aerosol it doesnt have alcohol so it much less drying and smells great! Maybe this is a good idea when I eventually run out of the lush one.


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Re: DIY dry shampoo & vinegar rinse tip!!
« Reply #2 on: 17 May 13 / 06:01 PM »
I use the Wilkinsons dry shampoo - it's about 1 and I like it better than Bastiste

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Re: DIY dry shampoo & vinegar rinse tip!!
« Reply #3 on: 18 May 13 / 10:11 AM »
I use baby/talcum powder. My mom has been using it since she was young.
works wonders and gives great volume.


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