diy sea salt spray

You know that scene in “The Little Mermaid” when Ariel is on the rock singing the “Part of Your World” reprise and the waves are all 🌊🌊 and her red hair is all 🧜🏻‍♀️🧜🏻‍♀️ and beachy wave perfection? I’m gonna call this diy the Ariel-Hair-On-Rock-During-Part-Of-Your-World-Reprise spray (AHORDPOYWR spray, if you will).

you’ll need —

+ 2-oz glass spray bottle (if you use a bigger one, just adjust accordingly)
+ warm water
+ 1/2 tbsp sea salt
+ 1/4 teaspoon fractionated coconut oil (make sure it’s fractionated and not regular coconut oil — super important!)
+ 5 drops lavender essential oil
+ 5 drops cedarwood essential oil

I N S T R U C T I O N S —

Fill the glass spray bottle with warm water until it’s almost to the top (but leave a little room for the oils). Add the sea salt and shake until the salt is dissolved. Add the oils and shake it up again. Spritz on your hair after you shower and then scrunch it all up to bring out your hair’s natural texture. I’d recommend shaking it up before each use to make sure all the oils are incorporated 👍🏼👍🏼

I love this little diy so much because it lets me be done with my hair super quick, it makes my hair smell AHHHMAZING and it also makes it super soft! Lavender and Cedarwood are so good for hair, too 🤘🏼 Plus, I mean, who doesn’t want their hair to look like they just got back from the beach?? Ariel would be proud.

I use Young Living essential oils for so many reasons — one of them being their Seed-to-Seal promise. Check out seedtoseal.com for more info and message me if you’re looking for some good, pure oils!

I use Young Living essential oils for so many reasons — one of them being their Seed-to-Seal promise. Check out seedtoseal.com for more info and message me if you’re looking for some good, pure oils!

May the 4th Be With You (and these diffuser blends!)

I’m ashamed to admit it took me 38 years to truly watch and appreciate “Star Wars” and all its intergalactic glory.

Granted, I’m only 27, but that’s still no excuse.

I heard of the franchise long before I became a fan, but I never took a major fascination with the sci-fi franchise until later in life. Fun fact: George Lucas is actually from my hometown! (He walked the same streets! He breathed the same air!). That blows my mind to think about now, but preteen Kassi didn’t feel any which way about it. In fact, I had a school field trip one year where we went to watch one of the prequels in IMAX … but to this day I can’t remember which one it was and it clearly didn’t make a big enough impact on my life (again, it was a PREQUEL, but I also blame my lack of knowledge of the “Star Wars” universe at that point in time 🤦🏻‍♀️).

But all of that changed when talk for “The Force Awakens” began to build and I knew I had to give into the hype. So a long time ago (2015), in a galaxy far, far away (my apartment), I powered up my droid (my laptop) and entered the world of Star Wars (that’s when I hit play). I started with Episode I, but I always wonder if I should have started at Episode IV in order to view them the way they were released slash intended. (But then I remember I’m one of those people who hates when people watch things out of order or start halfway through sooo let’s just say I started at “The Phantom Menace” for my peace of mind 🤷🏻‍♀️haha). Plus, I mean, I already knew the whole ‘who’s your daddy’ reveal, so there was nothing to spoil in regards to that.

Nowadays, I’m a self-proclaimed Star Wars nerd and will immediately befriend anyone willing to strike up a conversation on the franchise — anything from who shot first, ewoks (love ‘em or hate ‘em?) and ultimately, which film reigns superior. (For the record, it’s ‘Empire’).

And in honor of May the Fourth, I put together some fun diffuser blends!

 
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Bust out your diffusers, put these on blast and May the 4th Be With You!