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Ready for some real honesty? I pick up hair ties off the ground. Yep... Officially grossed out? You're not the only one who has secretly (or not so secretly) been disgusted with me! You think of where that hair tie could have been and all you see are creepy lice, bacteria, and bodily fluids. I won't deny that picking up something off of the ground may come with risks, but let me lay out for you why used hair ties aren't so bad. The benefits of picking up hair ties are primari
Your zero waste hair care routine is something that can take time to figure out. If you've been following me long enough, you've realized that I've tried a variety of products and plundered my way through experiments to see what my hair can handle. Unfortunately, I have really greasy hair and most of the bulk shampoos, DIY remedies, and shampoo bars haven't really done the trick (or have stopped working after a little while). Recently though, I've discovered a zero waste sham
If you haven't yet incorporated dry shampoo into your hair routine, it's time to start. Dry shampoo is a zero waster's and water conservationist's best friend because it allows your hair to stay nice without washing it every day. In a sense, dry shampoo soaks up the grease build up and adds body to your hair just like washing it would do. Now granted, it doesn't totally eliminate the need for you to wash your hair eventually. But it does make it so you can easily go five, six
We all know that feeling of putting up your hair only to have your hair tie snap, ricocheting off the wall and hurting your fingers. Unfortunately the same hair tie is also bound to hurt the planet too as it is headed for the landfill, made totally of plastic. For those of you that check my monthly waste audits, you will frequently see those broken hair ties in my trash. Until now. This post was sponsored by Kooshoo - they provided me with the hair ties to review free of char
Our hair, on average, grows six inches ever year. That means, depending on how often you cut it, you have a lot of hair to take care of! My hair has always been thick and straight, but strangely prone to tangling. When I gave up using disposable products, I needed to develop a zero waste hair care routine that would keep my hair happy and the landfill empty. Shampoo and Conditioner I absolutely fell in love with shampoo bars once I first started using them. I found that J.R.L
Let's start off by confronting all of your fears that DIY recipes made at home just don't work - FALSE. They do. I think I've made my point with the toothpaste, deodorant, toners, etc. that I have posted about and personally tried myself. But in case you are still doubting that this recipe will work, let me assure you, it does. No tricks. No lies. It works. (and yes, it is okay if you still don't believe me because I couldn't believe it worked either!) Hair products have been