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jono -Dec 24, 2014, 9:13AM
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breluxe -Aug 03, 2014, 10:24AM
This is a best hairstyle post that also there big point in hairstyle bind. So it is very nice and I am enjoy to the blog. There fitting the hair thank you very much for your sharing.

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Post image for Honey Is The New Shampoo: Week 1

Earlier this month, I wrote a blog post about going no ‘poo, where I asked all of you seasoned experts to help me decide whether or not I should ditch commercial shampoo and conditioner in favor of more natural options.

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megan -Mar 11, 2015, 10:39PM
As far as your face breaking out. I went from cleansing with something from a dermatologist to honey and my face has never been clearer. Hair takes time to transition.
rose -Feb 18, 2015, 5:21PM
I am completely off topic---What color is your hair, I absolutely love it

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It’s that time of year. Winter is in full effect, but in my mind I’m dreaming of lightweight summer fabrics, pastel shades, and wide open beaches. The fashion world is buzzing with new trends, and we’re longing to bare a bit more, show some skin, and lighten up a little bit — but the cold winter winds are telling us…not just yet. One way you can start to bring some spring into your look now, however, is with nail polish. Read more »

Christine -Jan 15, 2014, 10:13AM
Omg. Love those colors! Ive been looking for the perfect opaque true pink for ages! Thanks for sharing!!
Juliette Laura -Jan 15, 2014, 8:56AM
Ohhhh lovely colors. I'm having a hard time thinking about spring, but my nails are definitely heading in that direction, I'm all about light pink for nails! xo, Juliette Laura

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Post image for 5 Ways To Boost Your Immunity This Season

UPDATE: This post originally ran on December 3rd 2013 but with the frigid weather we’ve been having lately, we found ourselves in need of these natural remedies! Read more »

Teesha -Jan 31, 2014, 8:34PM
I am definitely a believer in these natural remedies. Another great one to add is elderberry extract, which is proven to reduce flu symptoms and the likes. Also, if you're interested, I have a great recipe for a morning detox drink, perfect for boosting immunity and flushing toxins.
Amelia Jane -Jan 14, 2014, 10:41AM
I drink hot tea every morning, wash my hands before i eat, and have a spoon full of local organic honey and get a lot of sleep. so far i have not been sick once this winter season.

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Post image for 4 Easy Ways To Help Your Face Overnight

Winter really takes a toll on our skin. It cracks, flakes and chaps as we are met by cold and windy weather. Read more »

sangeetha menon -May 18, 2015, 8:57AM
Lovely ideas. I do apply almond oil over my face n undereye area. Now I wil try these methods too.
yovebi -May 06, 2015, 12:15AM
Thanks for sharing... i have another tips by using manuka honey... i write it on my language you can visit it when you have time

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More and more I find myself succumbing to the power of scent. I surround myself with things that smell of pure beauty, wherever I go. Read more »

Diane -Feb 27, 2015, 5:47PM
can I substitute coconut oil for the beeswax? I have for a few years now been making my own cologne/perfume and would love to give the solid form a try. I do know that by letting your mixture of essential oils sit in a dark place for a few weeks it will intensify the scent.
Jade -Jan 24, 2015, 7:37PM
Is it safe to use the metal lid from the makeshift boiler again for cooking foods with, even after the essential oils are added? I would like to try this at home but this has been making me question it...

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Post image for Going No ‘Poo: Yea Or Nay?

No ‘Poo. It’s a term I’ve heard quite a bit on the internet — and one that’s always intrigued me, although I’ve never mustered up the courage to try it myself… until now. Maybe. Read more »

Plum -Jul 15, 2015, 11:58AM
For the love of all that is Holy please do NOT use Baking Soda on your hair! No one should be washing their hair with it ever! Baking Soda is an ALKALINE, like bleach, (pH of 9ish), your hair and skin are ACIDIC (pH for 4ish). If your true goal is to have a healthier scalp and hair, you wouldn't be messing with it's natural pH like that. A coconut milk and aloe no-poo is the best I've found as their pH is similar to that of your scalp. The Apple Cider Vinegar rinse can still be used as long as you dilute accordingly. I know some people swear by by the Baking Soda rinse, but these people are stupid. It does NOTHING for your hair except break down the shaft and dry it out. the fat and moisture from coconut milk and aloe actually help your hair and maintain your scalp's natural pH. You have no idea how mad I get when I see someone going on about Baking Soda rinses when they clearly didn't do their research. Below are some links further explaining Baking Soda's harmful effects. Always check who's driving the wagon before jumping on. <<<<< this one is the best at explaining the chemistry, I found it very helpful when I started looking into no-poo methods.
Becca -Apr 09, 2015, 8:17PM
I've made a partial transition to no poo because of these posts. I have dry skin and Montreal winters are especially brutal on my scalp. After a day when I had to wear a hat because my dandruff was so bad it looked like it was snowing from my head I knew I had to look for alternatives. That was three months ago. Now I just use an apple cider rinse most showers. If my hair is really greasy (I work in a diner, it happens) I'll use cocoa powder mixed with cornstarch. Though I do cheat a little bit, since the cocoa powder can make my hair feel quite dry, I use a LUSH treatment to give it some moisture on a day to day basis. When I have over ripe avocados I mash one up with olive oil. There's a decent bit of pessimism through these comments.I think the thing people need to know, which is that the same thing isn't going to work for every type of hair. Fine, straight hair will need something different from coarse curly hair. The important thing is to keep trying until we find something that works. It takes time, but if for no other reason than financial, going no poo is much more practical than using commercial shampoos. Also on an evolutionary note, shampoos are a relatively modern concept. Our hair is much more used to a no-poo method than harsh sulfate filled shampoo. If no-poo isn't for you than you should try something like LiveClean or Organix, brands that don't contain sulfates or parabens.

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The thing I love about New Year’s Eve the most is the excuse it gives you to dress up. Read more »

Juliette Laura -Dec 31, 2013, 2:01PM
So perfect! Just like the nail art I just instagrammed! (juliettelaura if you want to see :) ) Seriously love the combo of black and silver glitter. Have a happy NYE! xo, Juliette Laura

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Post image for Makeup Tutorial: Smokey Eye For New Year’s Eve

The smokey eye is a timeless look. It’s sexy, it’s sultry, it’s moody… it’s perfect for New Year’s Eve. Read more »

Arunima Jamwal -Oct 01, 2014, 4:08PM
Oh wow. Need to try this!
LAUREN -Dec 31, 2013, 9:23PM
this tutorial is one of the worst for smokey eyes i've ever read.

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Post image for Beauty Tips From Our Model Farah

Meet Farah. You may recognize her from our weekly Models Off Duty posts… or perhaps as one of the lovely girls who appears all over our website, bringing Free People pieces to life. Originally from Cornwall, this English beauty has an eclectic style that’s certainly inspiring, to say the least. Read more »

Rachel Ramoni -Jan 01, 2014, 9:36AM
Very nice tips :) Definitely Staying natural is the key. Thanks for the sharing
nina -Dec 19, 2013, 12:42PM
Yes! Loved this post please keep them coming FP:)

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Post image for Last-Minute Gift Idea: How To Make Herbal Bath Teas

Even since the days of our ancient ancestors, people have submerged themselves in hot water to stimulate blood circulation, leaving them feeling relaxed, rejuvenated, and renewed. Now imagine taking this one step further by adding the invigorating yet calming scents of gorgeous dried herbs. Read more »

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Kathy -Jan 15, 2014, 6:02PM
I am definitely going to try this one and make it for Christmas gifts.

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We’re so excited to announce that we’re now selling hair tools! Read more »

Anum -Jan 17, 2014, 4:55AM
Nice hair tools
Stef -Dec 19, 2013, 10:01PM
The flowers complimented the hair dryer perfectly! So pretty. ~Stef from Whole Foods : )

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