Summer time and the hair care is easy! Well easy-er anyways! I love that I can just give my lace wigs hair a wash, towel dry it and head out the door if I want. These days I’m also adding a little something extra to add some depth and texture to my hair! This DIY Essential Oil Texture Spray is easy to use, smells fabulous and adds some volume and texture with just a spritz or two!

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Essential Oil Texture Spray Ingredients:

1 Cup Water

1/3 Cup Witch Hazel

2 TBS Sea Salt

6-10 Drops Lemon Essential Oil

4-6 Drops of Cedarwood Essential Oil




DIY Essential Oil Texture Spray Directions:

In a small sauce pan heat water and salt. Once salt is fully dissolved pour in to spray bottle and add the witch hazel.

Add essential oils.

Spray on wet or dry hair and scrunch to create texture.


Why these essential oils?

Lemon – supports healthy hair and will bring on the shine, plus its a refreshing scent that can help boost your mood and energy.

Cedarwood – helps reduce dry or flaky scalp, can help improve hair growth over time and it stimulates the scalp and increases circulation.


Can we just talk about how awesome and beachy that hair looks?? Like seriously! This DIY Essential Oil Texture Spray is FANTASTIC and the Lemon Essential Oil adds a lovely and refreshing scent that just makes it smell divine! So not only do you get fabulous looking hair with this texture spray, its also good for your hair! Winning!

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8 Responses to DIY Essential Oil Texture Spray

  1. Lauren Spann says:

    how cool! Texturing sprays are great for volume!
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  2. I love trying new things on my hair and this looks great! Thanks so much for sharing with us at Share The Wealth Sunday!

  3. I bet this spray smells amazing! Another great way to use essential oil. Thanks for sharing on Family Joy Blog Link-up Party! Have a great week!

  4. Oh that’s fun, definitely going to have to try it – pinning to my Handy Tips board!

  5. angie says:

    love learning about essential oil and finding recipes and tips. So happy I found this one thanks for sharing
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  6. I have the same hair routine as you, but this is a fantastic idea to give hair a bit more texture without fussing with it 🙂 Thanks for sharing this on #shinebloghop this week

  7. I love DIY hair treatments. Thanks for sharing your post at the #InspirationSpotlight party. Pinned & shared.

  8. How fun – and I love the no chemical treatment!! Thanks for sharing with us on Throwback Thursday!


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