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  • The 21st Century Herbalist5 Herbal Quick-Fixes for Your Hair

    It’s the last week of DIY Hair Care Month and I want to wrap it up with some easy tips for five common hair problems.  So without further ado… your list of five. 1. Deodorizing Hair Rinse For those of us who grew up in the country, where skunks roam free, we know how to get smells out…tomato juice.  Even if you haven’t been sprayed by a skunk, you may feel like you need a bit more odor neutralizer power than your shampoo…

    Katie Glenn
  • The 21st Century HerbalistMayonnaise Hair Mask for Moisture, Shine and Growth

    DIY Hair Care Month begins!  Years ago I was told the slathering mayonnaise on your hair will make it soft and shiny.  I had to try it and it worked.  Of course, I couldn’t just leave it at that.  I had to improve it!  I had to make my own.  I’ve lost track of how many versions I’ve created but below you’ll find my favorite Herbal Mayonnaise Hair Mask recipe.  For those of you that would like to keep it simple, I’ve also included the “Super-Basi…

    Katie Glenn
  • The 21st Century HerbalistWashing your hair…you're doing it wrong!

    …ly read one of those paragraphs and wouldn’t you know it…I learned something. For the third week of DIY Hair Care Month I’ve compiled all of my hair washing tips, some of which you may already know and some of them you may not. First things first, most of us shouldn’t be washing our hair everyday.  I covered all of the reasons why and the dry shampoo solution to those greasy roots in last week’s post: Dry Shampoo: Y…

    Katie Glenn
  • The 21st Century Herbalist5 Tips for Keeping Your Hair Color Bold

    …to healthier hair.  Are you seeing a trend here?  Everything with your hair is cyclical.  Be sure to check out DIY Hair Care Month for a refresher on some of my favorite natural hair care solutions. Tip #4: Avoid the Sun Unless you’re looking to go lighter, you’ll want to shield your hair from the sun whenever you can.  Remember that this is even true during the winter, especially after a snowfall when the sun is reflecting off of al…

    Katie Glenn
  • The 21st Century HerbalistDry Shampoo: Yea? Or Nay?

    …a 1 part cornstarch 1 part corn meal Mix all of the ingredients together in a large bowl and then put it into a large saltshaker, the kind that you find in restaurants.  Store any extra in a mason jar or other airtight container. Have you used dry shampoo before?  What do you think, is it a yea or a nay?  Be sure to check back next week for more from DIY Hair Care Month! image via: kalliemarie…

    Katie Glenn

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