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8 Homemade Shampoo Recipes for Beautiful Hair!

Easy homemade shampoo that you can make at home for all hairstyles!  Try any of these do it yourself shampoo for long hair, curly hair, short hair, and especially dry hair.  Shampoo your hair using vegan shampoo, herbal shampoo, clarifying shampoo, bar shampoo and dry shampoo.

The Tip Junkie Creative Community has even more hairstyles and homemade shampoo recipes with pictured tutorials for great healthy and beautiful hair!  So be sure to search there if you’re looking for something specific. {wink}

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Homemade Shampoo

1.  DIY pH Balanced Shampoo ~ A simple moisturizing 6-ingredient shampoo that’s perfect for cleansing the hair and body.  It’s made with coconut milk, olive oil, jojoba oil, castor oil, apple cider vinegar, honey and essential oils.  Combine the ingredients and put in a pretty bottle.

DIY Vegan Shampoo
2.  Making Homemade Shampoo {vegan} ~ Make your own vegan and paraben-free shampoo for a fraction of the cost.  This recipe combines castile soap, jojoba oil and essential oil.  If your hair is on the dry side you can add aloe vera gel.  Lavender or tea tree oil will help with oily hair.

Shampoo Your Hair

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3.  Do It Yourself Shampoo {coconut milk}This is a great all natural recipe to make your own coconut milk shampoo! Your hair will thank you by looking healthy and smelling yummy! It works on kids hair too though it isn’t tear free, so watch the eyes!  She also includes a couple other recommended hair treatments in this post, bonus!!

Natural SHampoo
4.  Shampoo for Long Hair ~ This homemade shampoo recipe is perfect for thick and long hair.  Instead of water this recipe uses tea.  Did you know that Chamomile tea is a natural hair lightener?  You can use plain, green and chamomile tea or even coffee.  Enjoy your clean, shiny and wonderful smelling hair.

Baking Soda Shampoo

5.  Natural Hair Cleanser {curly hair} ~ Curly hair is naturally dry, using store bought shampoo dries it out even more.  This simple baking soda and water cleanser will not only cleanse your hair/scalp it will also revive the natural curl.  The pictures speak for themselves.  The post also includes recipes for hair rinse and hairspray.

DIY Dry Shampoo
6.  Make Dry Shampoo ~ What did we busy mom’s do before dry shampoo?! {wink} This is a great tutorial to make your own dry shampoo with great ingredients that will keep your hair looking great! Got to love DIY’s that help keep us looking our best on a budget!

SHampoo Bar Soap

7.  How to Make Shampoo at Home {Bar Shampoo} ~ You don’t need any special kitchen tools for making this shampoo soap, you could even use your crockpot.  Coconut oil, olive oil, castor oil, shea butter and coconut butter are some of the ingredients to make this luxurious moisturizing shampoo bar.  It will leave your hair looking and feeling shiny, manageable and soft.

How to Make Herbal Shampoo

8.  DIY Herbal Shampoo ~ One of the perks of herbal shampoo is that it does not strip your hair of its natural oils.  Make your own herbal infusion to add to the shampoo.  The post includes a list of essential oils and herbs for different hair types so you can choose what’s best for you.

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