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UPDATE: This post originally ran on July 30th but we wanted to share it again for some late summer inspiration! Read more »

Sylvia -Sep 17, 2014, 4:16PM
Nothing is better for your skin than water! http://www.americanbeautymall.com
Maïa -Sep 02, 2014, 8:27AM
Thanks for this tips ! I love quinoa too, I could eat it all the day ! Every morning I drink a glass of warm lemon water and it really helps my body to wake up. xx, Maïa www.wildandfolkheart.com

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The shift is subtle, until we’re suddenly acutely aware: Crumpled leaves litter the ground, school buses begin their early morning rumble, and apples, squash, and dark leafy greens start their farmer’s market takeover. Read more »

-Oct 25, 2014, 5:08AM
Can you please list the make up from the first picture? I loooove the colours of the eyeshadow, would be amazing to know there they are from! :)
Ashlee -Oct 17, 2014, 12:15PM
The waterbottle appears to be a Klean Kanteen for anyone still looking for it.

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It’s true: I eat fossils every day.

I know you’re thinking, “Brigette. Girl. What are you talking about.” Allow me to introduce you to a little gold mine known as diatomaceous earth. Read more »

Misty -Jul 06, 2015, 3:03PM
I have taken a tablespoon for a week or so in the past. I stopped for awhile because I did feel like it constipated me a bit. The answer to that is probably to cut down the amount and drink much more water, so I've started again for the past two days. The number one thing that DE has shown it does for me right away is to give me a huge energy boost and the giggles. Seriously. I cannot figure out what it is doing that causes me to be so uplifted and happy while taking it- the feeling is so big that it almost freaks me out. I am also having my son take a couple of drinks of my water/DE drink because I heard that it may help with asthma/allergies. This time I am going to keep on it for awhile and see if I notice any other reactions.
Amy -May 14, 2015, 4:17AM
I have only been using DE for a short time. Food grade of course. I am noticing people are talking about doctors veiw on DE... Does anyone ever wonder why we are all sick? By going to the doctor and going on medication we are allowing our bodies to be in contact with chemiscals we shouldn't ... because God didnt put that on our earth to be consumed. The health benifits I have encountered whilst on DE this short time, I'd say two weeks? My psoriasis that I have had on my fingers, which I have had for about a year - been on medication to heal it - and I have noticed it has ALREADY completely cleared up. Dont tell me that DE is bad when it has pretty much healed my psoriasis. Another thing I have noticed is my nails. My nails didnt grow and I used to bite them all the time. Now they are strong and weirdly enough I don't have the urge to bite them. My skin also is improving, and whilst suffering from "IBS' I have finally seen my symptoms improving.

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When it comes to our everyday beauty routines, the simpler the better. Read more »

Mariuca from NNUMM -Aug 31, 2014, 12:34PM
it seems very obvious to iron with a flat iron but I'd never thought about it, it's brilliant!
dani -Aug 26, 2014, 2:57AM
Coconut oil is my #1 go to; It's my body moisturizer, my facial moisturizer, my makeup remover (seriously! it works wonders!).... I don't even wear any foundation or powder makeup anymore, and I get compliments on my skin all the time. It's nature's miracle! <3 dani http://blog.shopdisowned.com

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I have very long hair, and I suffer from tangled locks a lot more than not. But no matter what length your hair is, chances are you often encounter annoying tangles. Taking a brush to them sometimes won’t even do the trick, so that’s when you bring in a reinforcement– hair detangler. Read more »

Osk -Mar 15, 2015, 5:30PM
And make sure its sustainable Palm oil! For more info check out the Oranguran Project. All good being natural.. But look where you are getting your ingredients. :) thanks
Syl -Feb 22, 2015, 11:15AM
Don't normally post, but this made me a little angry. Tried it, spent $ on good ingredients, didn't work at all! Maybe too much water in your recipe? I may try it straight, without water; perhaps my hair is just very dry :(. Truly felt just as dry and tangly after applying, If not more!

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We talk a lot about oils here on the Free People blog, and for good reason – they’re amazing for both your external and internal health. Personally, I’m a fan of coconut oil: I cook with it, slather it on my skin, rub it into the ends of my hair, and even add it to my coffee and tea. Read more »

Leah -Jul 01, 2015, 4:45PM
Yes! You're probably using wayy too much coconut oil in your hair. I use about a pin head amount. A tiny tiny bit and scrunch it through my wet hair and its amazing!
em -Sep 19, 2014, 12:43AM
I don't know one person who actually likes coconut oil in their hair…. it leaves grease spots every time i've tried but if anyone knows how to prevent this i would loooove to know!!!

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The moody, slate-grey days of fall aren’t too far off, lying just beyond the horizon. I’ll be sad to leave this sun-soaked summer behind, but will also be welcoming those cozy, grey afternoons with open arms. Read more »

Maggie -Sep 04, 2014, 7:36AM
Love it! But where are the rings from??? They are lovely!
teddy -Aug 24, 2014, 7:55PM
Just wondering what you use for your photo editing, your pictures are amazing! :) Thanks!

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My hair has a mind of it’s own. It’s long, thick, and kind of just does whatever it wants to. Read more »

shivam -Jun 23, 2015, 3:43AM
we should use milk as conditioner and curd
charlotte -Jun 02, 2015, 8:59AM
How often can I use this on my hair?

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I’m not always successful at getting enough rest at night. Read more »

Tashina -Sep 17, 2014, 11:09AM
Thank you so much for suggesting my site, Bethany! <3
Bethany -Aug 22, 2014, 2:11PM
Hi Fp community! Tarte high performance naturals, ( my favorite brand!) is vegan, cruelty free , all products are free of parabens • mineral oil • phthalates • triclosan • sodium lauryl sulfate • gluten Urban decay- cruelty free Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics - vegan and cruelty free Nyx is cruelty free and inexpensive Eco-tools- cruelty free makeup brushes, hair brushes, false lashes and inexpensive Here is also a website that I found pretty informative when I made the swtich a few years ago http://www.logicalharmony.net/cruelty-free-vegan-brand-list/#axzz3B99tOsJ6

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Striking, classic, and sexy. The cat eye is one of those looks that will never go out of style, and has the ability to completely transform your look with a simple swipe.  Read more »

Julie -Aug 31, 2014, 10:29AM
fp julia -July 30, 2014, 4:48PM The black dress will be available next month – keep an eye out, it’s called the “All That Talk Dress”! Source: Beauty Tutorial: 4 Ways To Wear The Cat Eye http://blog.freepeople.com/2014/07/beauty-tutorial-cat-eye/#ixzz3Byt1O7Oz Hello fp julia, do you have any updates on this dress? No sign of it yet. Thanks!
Fiercely Demure -Jul 31, 2014, 7:53PM
I needed to see this...just the right inspiration :) Thanks!! xoxo http://fiercelydemure.blogspot.com/

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At the beginning of this year I made a resolution: By 2015 all of my makeup would be as organic and natural as possible (I’m just not ready to make my own quite yet) and cruelty free. Read more »

Joan Visser -May 18, 2015, 4:46AM
Try the natural Benecos mascara. It's a great mascara which gives your eyelashes extra volume for an amazing look! http://www.joanorganics.nl/mascaras-maximum-volume/
Maya -Apr 26, 2015, 9:17PM
Try Dr. Hauschka's Volumizing Mascara or Lush's "eyes right" mascara! The Dr. Hauschka one is a bit pricey, but it is amazing! The lush one is great because it has organic wheatgrass in it to help with growth of the eyelashes. I tend to use these two in conjunction with eachother because I love the growth benefits of the Lush mascara, but I need the length benefits of the Dr. Hauschka mascara

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Oils have become a major part of my daily beauty routine. Almost every single product I use contains at least one type, or is actually an oil itself. Read more »

stive jobs -Feb 03, 2015, 3:30PM
Here is the great information about oils for beauty. I am highly appreciated to this helpful post.
Tiffany -Nov 19, 2014, 8:09PM
I use tea tree oil as a spot treatment for blemishes, but also lemon juice, and almond oil as my moisturizor. I wear the latter in the morning and at night before bed.

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