Category Archives: Hair Care

Natural Dye For Red or Light Colored Hair

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Your perfect natural hair color is actually many colors or shades of colors. What happens when your hair begins to whiten, silver, yellow and/or go gray?

You do not even notice…not at first. Then someone giggles or ‘nicely’ points out that ‘you are getting old’ or you glance into the mirror when the light is just right.

Yikes! You try to ignore your crowning glory fading away or you rush to the store and buy hair dye or go to a hair salon.

Orange Blossom & Rosemary Herbal Hair Mask

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This lightly citrus scented hair mask is packed with lots of hair conditioning herbs and oils. This hair mask will deep condition the hair leaving it soft and lustrous.

Fruits That Enhance Hair Growth

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Fruits That Enhance Hair Growth

Your hair forms an important part of your appearance and can either make or break your impression upon the other person. Hair needs proper care and nutrition to look beautiful and lustrous. Eating right is important to get the proper supplements of nutrition that will enhance hair growth and reduce hair fall. Below is a list of a few you can eat to keep hair fall at bay and get beautiful hair that you desire:

Natural Hair Dye for Gray Hair

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Having some Gray hair is what everybody refers to as old age. Nobody wants to have Gray hair at an early age. So what they do is to look for a remedy or treatment that could hide the real color of their hair. One of the various ways to hide that you have the sign of old age is to get a natural hair dye for gray hair.

How to Add Extra Sheen and Smoothness to Your Hair With Oil Rinsing

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Oil rinsing is a process whereby you apply a great deal of oil to your hair, leave it in for some time then rinse out with hot water followed by cool water. This has been a popular hair practice for some time. It is recommended for alleviating the more common hair woes such as dry, frizzy, dull, and prone to tangling tresses.

Low on Cash? Dye Your Own Hair!

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Hair dye is coming under more and more scrutiny, due to the toxic nature of some of the chemicals used. While these dyes can do wonders for how you look, there are some natural methods that might work as well without the toxicity problem.

Split Ends Treatment Remedy

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Split ends occur when the hair strand “fractures” on the end. Split ends in the hair are the most common hair problem that every woman faces.

Healthy Hair With A Great Hair Rinse

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Let’s face it. We all want beautiful hair. It’s certainly not called “crowning glory” for nothing – it not only makes you look good; it also makes you feel good about yourself. Didn’t someone say that a woman finding the perfect hairdresser is one of life’s grandest things? This only shows how much we value our crowning glory – therefore we need to take care of it and promote its health, just like we do with our bodies.

We are well aware of the many products available for hair care. Shampoos, conditioners and intensive treatments are on top of most lists, but in order to keep it healthy, we need a very good hair rinse.

How to Prevent Hair Loss and Breakage With Carrot Seed Oil

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Carrots are a healthy root vegetable rich in vitamins, copper, manganese, potassium, beta-carotenes and biotin, one of the vitamins essential for healthy hair growth. Additionally, the other nutrients help guard against split ends, moisturize dry scalp, enhance shiny hair, strengthen hair from the roots and promote healthy cell growth. It also has a high natural SPF, which protects hair from the suns UV rays.

Eco Friendly Shaving: Ideas and Alternatives For Legs As Smooth As Bamboo Sheets

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A quick inventory of my home shows much more Tupperware than Ziploc, a reusable water bottle rather than several plastic bottles and even bamboo bedding that reduces my trips to the washing machine. But when I walk in my bathroom, even with all of my low-flow fixtures, I grimace at the sight of my recycling nemesis…the disposable razor.