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Make Your Own Dry Shampoo
Dry shampoos work wonders but they can be really expensive. For a fast and inexpensive at-home alternative, mix together equal parts baking soda and baby powder, sprinkle over, hair, and brush! The baking soda helps remove buildup while the baby powder soaks up excess oil.
Use Kool-Aid to Tone Down Hair Color
Want to say "see ya" to brassy hair color? Add a pinch of grape Kool-aid powder to four tablespoons of your regular shampoo. The purple-blue color of the Kool-aid cancels out the brassy gold orange in over-processed hues because it's on the opposite side of the color spectrum.
Use Sugar as a Hair Volumizer
If you want to quickly thicken your hair, add two sugar packets to a 20 ounce bottle of water to create a natural volumizing spray.
Use Soda to Thin Clumpy Mascara
A drop of Coca-Cola will reinvigorate your mascara's consistency. The syrup in the soda adds just enough moisture without making your makeup watery.