Too many people have told me that DIYing is too much work. Hardly anyone wants to expend the effort that DIYing takes, but most people would love the results of all natural ingredients. For this reason, I have put together a “DIY Buyers Guide”, which will help to take out the guess work in shopping for your next DIY hair product. At the very least, you will save some time with shopping, especially since I spent two to three hours shopping for my last DIY adventure. If shopping and deciding between recipes is too much, you can always just buy the DIY subscription box for curly hair here . We send you a different DIY hair project each month, in a box, with all the necessary ingredients. We basically do the work for you.
But if you’re ready to become a hardcore DIYer, then stay tuned. I’ve got pro-tips!
Top 3 Online Places to Shop
Your local grocery stores only have the basic DIY staple items (see below for list). For the hard to find items like Slippery Elm, Witch Hazel, and Nettle Oil to name a few, you need to order online. It is very easy and you can also buy in bulk. Here are some of the sites from which many natural hair product companies order. Bulk is great for making enough to share with friends and family for holiday gifts.
Top 6 Local Stores For Shopping: I am a professional DIYer, and these are my top places for shopping. I try to fit these stores in on my local grocery runs since they are so far apart from each other.
Top 25 DIY Ingredient Staples – These items listed below are some of the most common ingredients used in DIY hair recipes. If you go out and spend $100-$150 on these items, you can just about make any DIY hair product on Pinterest.
Now that you know the best places to shop locally, online, and what to buy, you can get to mixing. You even have a suggestion for an easier way to DIYing, CurlMix. Let me know your pro-tips for DIYing. I am always looking for more tips!