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Embrace the Earth Magic of Fall by Making These Homemade Herbal Hair Potions

What better way to fully embrace the magic of mother earth than by creating your own 100% organic, homemade herbal hair potions? 

Whether you’re looking for an all-natural conditioner or DIY dry shampoo, fall is an excellent time to dig around in the ground for luscious locks. It may sound counterproductive to seek out healthy hair from the elements, but these concoctions will definitely prove you wrong. Keep reading below if you want to try making a few folk-tastic, homemade herbal hair potions.

Chamomile & Rosemary Herbal Shampoo

This amazing recipe is flexible, simple, and uses liquid castile soap as a base. It also caters to your hair’s individual needs by helping you select the right herb for your concerns. If you’re battling dandruff, you should add raw chamomile. On the other hand, if you’re looking to add some length, rosemary is the way to go. What’s so incredible about herbs, however, is that you can also combine them for a super-powered, nutrient-dense elixir.

Coffee Hair Color

Normally, we wouldn’t condone an at-home dye job, but this coffee hair color recipe does the work without all the damage. All you’ll need to make the magic happen is a cup of strong coffee or espresso, conditioner, grounds, and apple cider vinegar. Coffee is the miracle ingredient you’ve been looking for if you’d like to go darker or cover a few pesky greys. You may also have to repeat the process a few times for best results.

Herbal Hair Rinse

Hair pH balance out of whack? There’s a rinse for that! You’ve probably heard about the many amazing health benefits of apple cider vinegar, but we bet you didn’t know that it can restore your scalp pH, enhance shine, reduce frizz, and help prevent dandruff. Adding additional herbs to the mixture like horsetail for extra strand strength or nettle that’s rich in vitamins can take your rinse far above your average quick-fix.

Herbal Dry Shampoo

We’ll admit, we didn’t initially think dry shampoo is something you could make yourself. However, this home-crafted version proved us incredibly wrong. Using simple ingredients like cornstarch and arrowroot powder, you can customize a version for your hair hue using their chart. For darker colors, you’ll want to add cocoa powder and activated charcoal, while red shades call for the addition of things like cinnamon.

Want even more all-natural haircare? Try THESE homemade cleansers instead of shampoo!



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