DIY Dry Shampoo Spray
Refresh your hair between washes with this natural DIY dry shampoo spray. This unique micellar formula contains powerful oil-absorbing micelles. Whether you have brunette, red, or dark hair, this homemade dry shampoo recipe includes options for all hair colours.
Servings: 1 bottle
- 1/2 cup high-proof vodka
- 4 tbsp corn starch
- 1/2 tsp Poly Suga Mulse D9
- 1/5 tsp Optiphen Plus
- 1-3 tsp clay of choice depending on your hair colour (optional)
- A few drops essential oil such as peppermint or rosemary
- Large nozzle spray bottle
- Stainless steel funnel
In a clean, sterilized spray bottle, combine vodka, essential oils, Poly Suga Mulse D9, and Optiphen Plus. Swirl gently to combine.
Using a clean, dry funnel, pour the corn starch into the bottle. Shake well to combine.
If colouring your dry shampoo with clay, add it slowly until you reach your desired colour.
Screw on the lid and shake well until all clumps are removed. Shake again before each use.
Corn starch and clay will clog and ruin fine mist spray bottles. To avoid clogging, choose a spray bottle with a large trigger nozzle, such as this one.
If you’re adding clay to your dry shampoo spray, start with 1 tbsp and work up to your desired colour. See my tips above for customizing your dry shampoo for all hair colours.
This recipe is preserved and can be safely stored at room temperature.