DIY Coconut Oil Hair Spritz

Most of us girls lust for soft, shiny, healthy hair, and that’s why hair oil has become a huge craze! Hair oils are popping up everywhere, promising to transform your hair into the manageable locks that you dream of. So, of course, we all want to try it, right?! We’ve found that most hair oils sold in drug or department stores are way over-priced, and some brands even test on animals, which is definitely not cool. That’s why we’re sharing our fave DIY hair oil recipe.

You can buy coconut oil at your local supermarket. Our favorite brand is Trader Joe’s Organic Virgin Coconut Oil, which costs around $7 and lasts forever.

Coconut Oil Hair Spritz

What You’ll Need

  • Jar of coconut oil
  • Empty spray bottle
  • Water

What to Do

  1. Add 2 to 3 tablespoonfuls of coconut oil to the spray bottle.
  2. Fill the rest of the spray bottle with warm water (the coconut oil will melt right away) and fasten the top of the spray bottle. Shake well.
  3. Spritz the oil onto damp or dry locks.

Your hair will be healthier and look more glamorous instantly. Did we mention how delicious you’ll smell?

Psst … Coconut oil is packed with healthy nutrients and hair-strengthening vitamin E!

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  • Profile photo of veganlove

    632 days ago

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    I am so going to try this today on my hair!:)

  • Profile photo of Corazon

    651 days ago

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    I love this so much, it works great and it’s super easy to make. I’ll definitely use it a ton!

  • Profile photo of Jahna717

    651 days ago

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    Is the oil supposed to separate from the water?

    • Profile photo of Whitney-C

      650 days ago

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      It might separate if you let it sit for too long. If you just add more warm water and shake it up, it should go back to normal. :)

  • Profile photo of luciferia

    678 days ago

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    I wonder if we can replace this with leave-in conditioner….

  • Profile photo of luciferia

    678 days ago

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    Nice! I will def. try this.

  • 780 days ago

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    great, thank u for the tips, I’ll try that, I use pro naturals moroccan argan oil which is pretty good too and keeps my hair soft and healthy. 😀

  • Profile photo of Lucijaimag

    786 days ago

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    Can I use coconut face mask as coconut oil?