Barbara's Beat: MOMtrepreneur Tip of the Day: How to make your own detangling spray

Friday, July 29, 2011

MOMtrepreneur Tip of the Day: How to make your own detangling spray


This is our first MOMtreprenuer Tip of the Day.

Anyone who follows my blog knows my granddaughter has long curly hair. It's hard to brush it without hurting her, so we use detangling spray which can be expensive.


Emma of has a solution to the high price of buying detangling sprays. She makes her own. If you want to know how, visit her blog for the directions.

We are always looking for MOMtreprenuer Tips, Crafters, and Bakers. Leave us a comment with a suggestion any time.

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22 comments :

Emmi said...

I used to use that same detangling spray but now I can't find it anywhere! My daughter also has curly hair and it's hard to do anything with it!

Curly Hairdo Ideas said...

Thank you for the tip! My daughter has curly hair, too! I LOVE the curls! Conditioner and detangler are a must. We also have a little fabric headband that we make on days when we just don't feel like doing much styling...
Thanks for your site!
~Karli

Lisa Brown said...

Well, as simple as that - water and conditioner...I love it! I never thought of doing that. I will use it on myself.

bxcrochet said...

Great tip. I will definately be making this for myself.

knickgirl_3 at yahoo dot com

Carol L. said...

This is just great. My daughter's tight curls snag constantly making brushing or combing her hair a nightmare without detangler. Thanks so very much for directing us to this amazingly simple tip. :)
Carol L
Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

pinktaz60 said...

Betsy Rubendall Barnes
pinktaz60@hotmail.com

This is great, thank you because I need this for my hair :)

Jennifer Hiles said...

Awesome, thanks for the link. I've got two daughters with curly hair. One is still very young so it's manageable but soon it will be a challenge!

Andrea Byrne said...

this is great, my daughters have fine thin hair so it gets stringy and scraggly easy- hope this helps!

Jan Lee said...

wow I read the "recipe" for the spray at Crafty Couples blog and how easy it that?? Almost unbelieveable, lol If that works I would jump for joy. My niece has long hair that is thick and curly. I bet she won't want to get her hair cut anymore if it does work!! Thanks for sharing :)

Heather W. said...

Thanks for the tip!

Timi said...

Thank you for this!! My hair is so thick it practically dreads itself!! This is definately helpful..

meegan whitford said...

thanks for this my niece needs detangler but she also likes to drench her hair in it and calls it hairspray...lol

Susan said...

excellent idea! This works great.

Stephanie Momonick said...

Stephanie Thompson tstephanie67@yahoo.com

I try to keep my niece stocked up in this since her hair gets tangled so easily and she doesn't like to brush it because of the tangles. So glad I found you and the recipe for this hair detangler.

Tiffany P said...

Constantly buying detangler for my Bella...thank you so much for this idea on how to do our own. :)

Tiffany Pickard said...

Thank you so much for this detangler recipe. We are always purchasing for our Bella's hair. Love this. :)

SWAK said...

Thank you for the tips, both my little ones have curly hair and we can go through a bottle a week. This will save so much.

Becca S said...

Awesome! I have three girls and two of them are SO tender-headed! This will be great!

Cami Valenzuela said...

wow i am going to make this tonight!!!!! i am sure it is cost effectient :)

Maria Iemma said...

My daughter has long hair and I've always bought detangler --- that is until now. Thanks for sharing how to make it it will save me lots of money.

sherry said...

What a great tip! I will be trying that for my hair. So simple.

Amanda Wilcox said...

This is great my daughter has really tight curls and it is super hard to brush her hair. I've tried several different brands and just don't seem to think I need to spend extra money on it when I can make my own.