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from One of Our Special Customers
The first time I dyed my hair brown,
Here’s what Linda says about finding more natural ways to dye and care for hair:
Linda gave me a nice dark color using natural hair dye. I loved it!
Natural Hair Dye and Hair Care
By Linda Kammins
I think of hair as a living garden,
but many hair care products are designed with complete disregard for health.
People have been abusing their hair and bodies with harsh chemicals since
the industrial revolution, but now the consumer is getting more educated and asking questions.
Avoid Chemical Preservatives
Often, beauty lines are formulated using ingredients that are not stable together.
More often than not, chemical preservatives are employed to prevent these ingredients from quickly decomposing.
These chemicals may keep the product looking fresh, and perhaps smell okay. However, over a short period of time,
these formulations break down into a toxic byproduct. The most important lesson I have learned about creating
natural beauty products is to use ingredients that are stable together.
My own beauty product line is sound and simply entails natural organic stabilizers, such as citrus acid or olive leaf extract for a sensible shelf life.
Brush Regularly and Don’t Over Wash
Another important way to care for your hair is to brush regularly. Using the right brush -
a Wooden Bristle Brush makes all the difference in the world!
This is Alicia – I use this brush and it’s my favorite ever! I’ve had the same one for seven years! A well-groomed dog or horse has a shiny, beautiful coat, and it’s the same with people. Our bodies have natural sebum and nutrients in our bloodstream that reach the hair follicles when we brush. Brushing encourages circulation, and I’ve witnessed the hair color of clients improve, also the shine and their hair getting thicker after a year or so of brushing correctly. I am also an advocate of not over washing the hair. We need the natural oils to buff up shine in our hair through brushing.