Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Save your hair & the planet

As women, we know that if you style your hair regularly, you pay a price. Your hair gets dry and damaged, and the split ends run rampant. But what if you could skip the damage, still look just as fabulous, and actually do some good for your hair AND the environment at the same time??? Here's how...

1) Invest in eco-friendly hair tools - Reduce your carbon footprint by using a blow dryer or flat iron that uses less energy. Conair, Rusk, and Vidal Sassoon all make eco friendly, energy saving tools.

2) Use natural and animal friendly hair products - Try out brands like plant based Aveda or one of the first lines to ban testing on animal, Paul Mitchell.

3) Skip the wash and dry - Once a week, skip one wash and one blow dry. If everyone did this, we'd be saving so much water and energy. And when it comes to the blow dry, not only will your hair thank you, you'd probably be surprised at how much you like your "au natural" look.

4) Lastly, something I am the MOST excited to tell you about! If you colour your hair, you have got to know that being exposed to amonia based hair colour can't be good for you on some level. And quite often, it's very damaging to your hair.

So, what if there was an all-natural, 100% ammonia free, permanent color you could do at home yourself? Well, there is! One of Bevelerly Hills' top hair colourists Susan Henry  has developed that product AND has graciously offered to give all Practical Fashionista Blog readers a 15% discount! How awesome is that?! And as if that is not enough, Susan also guarantees that you will love your new colour AND how good your hair will feel, that if you aren’t happy with the results, send back the hair color—even if the bottles are empty—for a full refund (minus shipping and handling of course).

So, what have you got to lose? Make sure to check it out at, and when ordering, enter the discount code "SHADES15" to get your 15% off. HAPPY COLOURING!

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