Dry Shampoo DIY – Guest Post!!

This time 4 years ago, Hubby and I were getting ready to get married in a castle (I’ll share some pics this weekend) so today we are off celebrating. A couple of Newbie Blog Hop friends have offered to guest post for me so here’s the first!!

RomanceOnADime.comBetsy is the author/owner of Romance on a Dime, a blog that she and her husband started when they decided to plan their wedding on a budget. Betsy discovered her love of blogging and continued!! During October, she is writing a series called 31 Days of New Uses for Old Things…here’s today’s creation!!

31 Days of New Uses for Old Things

Ever woken up late and discovered you had very little time to shower and get out the door? Or have you ever gotten to bed really late and wish you have 15 extra minutes to snooze in the morning? Well, this tip might save you.

I’ve been hearing a lot about dry shampoo lately. Seems like a great alternative to regular shampooing, though you are not going to substitute it all the time.

Buying dry shampoo is a bit pricey, but I found a great tutorial at Petit Elephant and decided to try it myself. It was super easy to make with only 4 ingredients!

You will need:

- 2 Tbl. Corn Meal

- 2 Tbl. Corn Starch

- 2 Tbl. Baking Soda

- 2 Tbl. Ground Oatmeal

- 1 Jar or salt shaker container

As you can see in the picture, I just used an old marmalade jar and poked holes in the top.

Step 1:

Grind up oatmeal in blender or food processor. You want it to be able to fit through the holes you made or salt shaker, so grind it pretty fine.

Step 2:

Measure all the the ingredients into the container:

Step 3:


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