Over the last couple of weeks I have been reviewing Content beauty and there organic hair range and believe me I am not disappointed currently reviewing and testing Beauty Kubes the next generation to shampooing your luscious locks.....
Roll it Cool it ( Top Tip )
This weekend I was walking around the town centre and I wasn't surprised to see the majority of people with long hair wrapped up or pulled up in to a pony.
So I decided to research the reasons why. I asked a couple of the public why they put there hair up with some strange answers. A lot of women where a little dramatic. One answer I received was from a mum who said as fast as I blow dry my hair its wet again. Its just to hot! !!!
Well that got me thinking. Hmm....
I was walking around the town looking for an answer.
Till I realised a simple solution what if there was a roll on with a cooling agent.
So after a quick google search I realised that there are a couple of products on the market already which I will list below.
Aveda cooling balancing oil
#Aveda has found it, Although this oil is described as a coolant for achy muscles it delvers a cooling sensation giving your skin a sense of refreshment.
Retail price £16.00 7mls
Simply apply to the back of your neck, behind your ears before starting your blow-drying its little roller helps you apply evenly.
This will help you get through your blow dry with out sweating buckets.
Don't ruin your blow-drying.
To stop your neck from getting sticky In the hot humid sun just pop in your bag and when you fill a little hot under the collar just reapply.
How to Make Your Own
If the price tag scares you off you can simply make one yourself here's how...
1. Get your self a little roller these are very inexpensive can be found online and in stores. mine was an old eye cream which I simple just up cycled.
2. Chose your essential oil make sure it has a cooling property for example spearmint or peppermint will do the trick. Lots of places sell essential oils. I always keep a stock of essential oils. very cheap to bye around £3 to £6 depending on the retailer.
Once you have all 3 its time to mix it all together. Making sure your roller has been cleaned out and is ready to use depending on the size of your roller.
Add roughly 2 tablespoons of rapeseed oil to 6 drops of your essential oil as a rough guide. Then simply screw on your roller shake then your ready to go.
Total cost £6.00 Barging plus fun to make any questions just pop them in to comments box below.