A Year of Natural Health & Beauty Tip #48: Make Your Own Dry Shampoo for Light, Dark, or Red Hair

Dry shampoo is a weekly hair savior: it de-greases, adds volume and texture, and can help maintain a blowout for up to a week. If you have processed, curly, or dry hair — or if you’re a “no ‘poo” type and avoid shampooing entirely — you might still get greasy, limp roots and wonder whether you should subject your locks to a full wash or leave … Continue reading A Year of Natural Health & Beauty Tip #48: Make Your Own Dry Shampoo for Light, Dark, or Red Hair

A Year of Natural Health & Beauty Tip #44: Make Your Own Olive Oil Moisturizing Hair Mask

If your hair is coarse, brittle, or over-processed due to coloring, perms, or straightening treatments, it might seem like daily conditioner just won’t do the job. Sure, your hair is lovely right after you’ve conditioned it, but a few hours later, you’re a frizzy mess again. Back in the ’80s (not that I know from personal experience … ahem), hot oil hair treatments were a … Continue reading A Year of Natural Health & Beauty Tip #44: Make Your Own Olive Oil Moisturizing Hair Mask

A Year of Natural Health & Beauty Tip #36: Make Your Own “Beach Hair” Texturizing Spray

  Here in North America, summertime is pretty much over—and so are long days spent at the beach with your hair sea-washed and air-dried to the perfect chunky-but-soft texture. But never fear! It’s ridiculously easy to make your own hair texturizer to re-create that beachy look, no matter what the season! Lots of you have liked my DIY hair highlighter. Combine that with today’s tip, and … Continue reading A Year of Natural Health & Beauty Tip #36: Make Your Own “Beach Hair” Texturizing Spray