There’s nothing like stepping into your beautiful, blissful bathroom renovation, carefully designed in a minimalist colour palette of tasteful neutrals… only for your eye to be immediately drawn to the stash of colourful, garishly labelled shampoo and conditioner bottles in your shower.
Am I being a little OCD? Yeah, I know it’s a first world problem, but I’m sure I’m also not alone here! Wouldn’t it be nicer if your plastic bottles didn’t bring down your bathroom, but made it look prettier? I searched online for refillable, pretty shampoo and body wash bottles, but came up with nothing. So today I’m sharing my easiest, laziest DIY to date, making your own pretty, refillable shampoo and bathroom bottles.
Of course, you can buy gorgeous, Pinterest-worthy shampoo, conditioner and body wash bottles from the get-go (I’ve listed a few of those brands at the end of this post) but what if you’re like me and you usually buy the cheap stuff? I know I’ve horrified many a beauty therapist and hairdresser with my love of cheap, affordable supermarket beauty products (have used Nivea on my skin since I was nine, Garnier Fructis on my hair forever… whoops!) They smell so good though, and I go through shampoo and conditioner at a rate of knots (haaaa).