Frum Fashionista’s Summer Beauty Guide (Hair, continued)

Now Black/Ethnic Products are laden with chemicals. Before a few years ago, if you wanted natural/organic hair care products you were, well….out of luck!

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Now we gots options!  Surprisingly, some lines are affordable to boot!

One brand that I see a lot in health food stores is Aubrey Organics!  This Organic (mostly Vegan) is one of the more affordable green Ethnic hair lines: This supply should cost between $40- $50 depending on where you find it.

Honeysuckle Rose Shampoo for Dry Hair, $10



Blue Green Algae Hair Rescue Conditioning Mask
, $14
Aubrey Organics Blue Green Algae Conditioning Mask

Honeysuckle Rose Conditioner, $10

Detangling/Setting Lotion , $4
Aubrey Organics Primrose Tangle-Go Spray

Primrose Tangle-Go Hair Conditioner, Lusterizer and Styling Spray
, $4

I’m a big fan of Burt’s Bees! You can get these anywhere under $30

More Moisture Raspberry & Brazil Nut Shampoo, $8

More Moisture Raspberry & Brazil Nut Conditioner, $8

Avocado Butter Pre-Shampoo Treatment, $8

Deep Conditioner, $8

Another line that’s been getting heavy press lately is Carol’s Daughter!  It’s a celeb fave, natural, and not pricey considering the cache!
Sephora sells Carol’s Daughter.  This Tui Haircare Pack is $60.

 Includes:  shampoo, conditioner, deep conditioner, and hair oil. 

Although it’s not organic, it doesn’t contain tons of chemicals like traditional ethnic hair products!

Now a girl of color can go green without looking a toasted leaprecaun!
Tres chic!

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