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Tuesday , December 14, 2010
Green Beauty: Perfect Beach Hair, No Beach Required
My hair has never been so good as when I was wee and spent much of summer romping about in the ocean on Cape Cod. Even better than the blonde highlights was the piecey, beautifully messy thing that happens when you've been soaking up the salt all day and your mane acquires the most perfect texture possible. Now I hardly swim at the beach anymore, mostly out of fear of the sun and scary L.A. water but also because I'm so lazy and the Pacific Coast Highway is sooo far from my little Echo Park cottage.
I'm resolving to get myself out to Malibu lots and lots this summer, and in the meantime there's the new John Masters Organics Sea Mist (my number-one beauty obsession of the moment). It's water and sea salt and organic essential oil of lavender, which is there to keep your hair from getting dried out by the salt. I have the thickest, potentially-rat's-nestiest mop in the world, so it takes quite a few shots to effectively saturate my head. But once the salt sets in, it's total beach-hair goodness, and the best part is how all my dreaded frizz magically disappears.
Another yummy John Masters Organics product I'm adoring right now: the Honey and Hibiscus Hair Reconstructor, with mango butter and so many botanical oils to take the beachy crunch away and make your hair all nice and soft again.
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