DIY Infused Hair Highlights (They’re safe and they really work)

DIY Essential Oil Highlights

Have you begun your organic lifestyle but are still stuck on how to do away with the chemical hair care?  If so, we have the perfect solution for you: DIY Infused Hair Highlights!

So, one of the hardest things to change over if you color or highlight your hair is hair color treatments.  Luckily, there are some amazing organic hair color treatments on the market if you use just one color!  Would you love some subtle natural looking highlights but want to leave the chemicals in the dust?  Our recipe is the perfect match for you!

When color specialists and manufacturers warn about coloring your hair while pregnant, you know that it cannot be safe for you period.  That should be everyone’s first clue to get off of the typical hair color bandwagon and find an alternative!

Naturigin is a wonderful organic hair color company that offers 19 colors to suit anyone.  We only recommend this company as it is the only one that sells organic hair color without amonia, sls, and parabens.

Ingredients to Avoid in Hair Dye:

  • Ammonia– This is one of the worst offenders in the beauty industry.  Ammonia is added to hair color to force open the hair’s cuticle to deposit color, however, this can severely damage the cuticle creating dry, damaged hair. Ammonia is also highly toxic when inhaled, putting you and your stylist at risk.
  • Parabens– As we all know by now, parabens are the enemy. Found in just about every type of beauty product these days, hair dye is no exception. You never want to use products with parabens, as they are continuously being found in breast cancer tumors.
  • SLS– This stands for Sodium Lauryl Sulfate and it can be found in the majority of all hair care products today. Many researchers do believe there is a link between SLS and cancer, on top of it being known to cause major skin irritations, hormone imbalances, corrosion of the skin and allergies. There are many products labeled as ‘natural’ or ‘organic’ that still contain sulfates so you do want to double check for these before you buy.

Now for the highlights!  DIY recipes are the best!  You can control what ingredients are being used vs trying to figure out what is in a specific product.

You will love the subtle highlights that this recipe gives you and how natural they look!  Kick those chemicals to the curb and go GREEN!

Our DIY Infused Hair Hightlights will have your hair feeling soft and looking fabulous after any activity!

Are you ready to take to change your life?  Ready to live a pure, organic, and green lifestyle? Take our Live Green & Healthy Tour, you will not be disappointed!  Our Live Green & Healthy Tour will take you on a trip explaining what toxins and chemicals are and how to avoid them!

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Rod & Maria Wagner

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DIY Infused Hair Highlights (They're safe and they really work)
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Are you living green and organic but still using chemicals on your hair? If so, we have the perfect green solution for you: DIY Infused Hair Highlights!
Prep Time
5 Minutes
Prep Time
5 Minutes
DIY Infused Hair Highlights (They're safe and they really work)
Print Recipe
Are you living green and organic but still using chemicals on your hair? If so, we have the perfect green solution for you: DIY Infused Hair Highlights!
Prep Time
5 Minutes
Prep Time
5 Minutes
Instructions
  1. In a 12 oz spray bottle; add all ingredients and shake to combine.
  2. When you're going to be in the sun; shake well and spray throughout your hair.
  3. Start with a small amount and gradually work up to your preferred look. (Apply a little at a time to avoid drying your hair out)
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