Quarantine life is so chill that you can spend the entire day working from home in your pyjamas, with no makeup on and your hair happily unkempt. While all that is great, let's not forget about keeping up with our hygiene standards. We don't have to necessarily look like a million bucks, but it's important to feel good, especially during a time like this. Whether it's having a relaxing warm shower or making a DIY face mask from scratch, take a moment to pamper yourself during the day. Speaking of DIYs, did you know that you can make your own hair perfume for women at home? And that too, using basic, natural ingredients. We'll show you how!
What Makes Hair Perfumes So Special Anyway?
Hair perfumes are pretty expensive in the market, they're also pretty hard to find. Luxury brands often sell hair perfumes, but a lot of them are made using alcohol. The cheapest one with a decent quality starts at 500 Rs. It's also easier to purchase them online than find them in stores (Hence, this tiny DIY experiment) Think of your hair to be a natural diffuser. Since your hair follicles tend to absorb odour naturally, the scents of shampoos, conditioners and perfumes linger long even after washing your hair. It doesn't matter if your hair is unwashed or not groomed well, you have to ensure that your roots don't stay too greasy and your locks still smell divine.
How To Make Your Own DIY Hair Perfume
Trust us, your hair is going to love you for this.
Here's what you need
1 cup of rose water
Leave-in conditioner (skip this if you have oily or limp hair)