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I just started making my own products! And I am very excited!! What I'm wondering is what do you keep all your products in? Your shampoos and deoderants? Hairsprays and cleaners? and chapstick? I want something that will look nice for things like bathroom soap and dish detergant. I don't use bar soap, so I would need a bottle that looks awesome. any help is very much appreciated!

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not to hijack... and I don't even use hairspary but you are making your own hairspray!!! Wow! How?
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not to hijack... and I don't even use hairspary but you are making your own hairspray!!! Wow! How?
I don't really use hairspray either. But I do when I go out with dh or with friends. Heres the recipe! but I won't be adding the rubbing alcohol.

Chop one lemon (or an orange for dry hair). Place in a pot with 2 cups water. Boil until half of the initial amount remains. Cool, strain, and place in a spray bottle. Store in the refrigerator. If it is too sticky, add more water. Add one ounce rubbing alcohol as a preservative and then the spray can be stored for up to two weeks unrefrigerated.

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