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Simple D.I. Leave-In Conditioner
This DIY Leave-In is basically a watered down version of my usual leave-in conditioner. I recently started mixing this product and have found that it moisturises and softens my hair a lot more effectively.What I do is simple. I fill my spray bottle 1/2 way with water, then add about another 1/4 of my current leave-in conditioner (Luv Naturals Love Me and Leave In), then fill the rest with my current favourite oils (Jojoba Oil and Aragan Oil).There are a lot of benefits to using a leave-in conditioner in this way -
More moisturising - Because the mix has a higher water content, I have found that this moisturises my hair much more than any product could. 
Less product build-up - I usually find that I cannot apply directly a lead-in conditioner to my hair throughout the week without it weighing my hair down. Because water it the main ingredient in this mixture, I can apply it as much as I need to without having to worry about build up
Easier to apply - I find that applying a leave-in in water form using a spray bottle is much fast and easier to apply than a cream
Cheaper! - By watering down your product, you can extend it’s usage much much more.
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Simple D.I. Leave-In Conditioner
This DIY Leave-In is basically a watered down version of my usual leave-in conditioner. I recently started mixing this product and have found that it moisturises and softens my hair a lot more effectively.What I do is simple. I fill my spray bottle 1/2 way with water, then add about another 1/4 of my current leave-in conditioner (Luv Naturals Love Me and Leave In), then fill the rest with my current favourite oils (Jojoba Oil and Aragan Oil).There are a lot of benefits to using a leave-in conditioner in this way -
More moisturising - Because the mix has a higher water content, I have found that this moisturises my hair much more than any product could. 
Less product build-up - I usually find that I cannot apply directly a lead-in conditioner to my hair throughout the week without it weighing my hair down. Because water it the main ingredient in this mixture, I can apply it as much as I need to without having to worry about build up
Easier to apply - I find that applying a leave-in in water form using a spray bottle is much fast and easier to apply than a cream
Cheaper! - By watering down your product, you can extend it’s usage much much more.
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unrully:

Simple D.I. Leave-In Conditioner
This DIY Leave-In is basically a watered down version of my usual leave-in conditioner. I recently started mixing this product and have found that it moisturises and softens my hair a lot more effectively.What I do is simple. I fill my spray bottle 1/2 way with water, then add about another 1/4 of my current leave-in conditioner (Luv Naturals Love Me and Leave In), then fill the rest with my current favourite oils (Jojoba Oil and Aragan Oil).There are a lot of benefits to using a leave-in conditioner in this way -
More moisturising - Because the mix has a higher water content, I have found that this moisturises my hair much more than any product could. 
Less product build-up - I usually find that I cannot apply directly a lead-in conditioner to my hair throughout the week without it weighing my hair down. Because water it the main ingredient in this mixture, I can apply it as much as I need to without having to worry about build up
Easier to apply - I find that applying a leave-in in water form using a spray bottle is much fast and easier to apply than a cream
Cheaper! - By watering down your product, you can extend it’s usage much much more.
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Simple D.I. Leave-In Conditioner

This DIY Leave-In is basically a watered down version of my usual leave-in conditioner. I recently started mixing this product and have found that it moisturises and softens my hair a lot more effectively.

What I do is simple. I fill my spray bottle 1/2 way with water, then add about another 1/4 of my current leave-in conditioner (Luv Naturals Love Me and Leave In), then fill the rest with my current favourite oils (Jojoba Oil and Aragan Oil).

There are a lot of benefits to using a leave-in conditioner in this way -

  • More moisturising - Because the mix has a higher water content, I have found that this moisturises my hair much more than any product could. 
  • Less product build-up - I usually find that I cannot apply directly a lead-in conditioner to my hair throughout the week without it weighing my hair down. Because water it the main ingredient in this mixture, I can apply it as much as I need to without having to worry about build up
  • Easier to apply - I find that applying a leave-in in water form using a spray bottle is much fast and easier to apply than a cream
  • Cheaper! - By watering down your product, you can extend it’s usage much much more.

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