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Natural Salon Part 2: Cuts and Styling

Join us as we continue our visit to Manhattan’s premiere natural haircare salon. Pick up tips from “the master” on cutting and styling hair, using examples of curly, straight and limp, and color treated hair. Discover the best secrets for creating the hair you want with all natural ingredients. John Masters has been a leader and innovator in the beauty care industry for more than 15 years. He is founder of John Masters Organics personal care products and salon in New York City.

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Misha says …

Thanks for creating this video. Very neat to see the inside of the Master's studio!

Trish says …

Great!! Just learned how great Apple Cider Vinegar is as a conditioner for your hair. Aloe vera extract and vitamin B5 also do good.

JS says …

soy proteins & vitamin B5 would be great for my limp hair!

Elizabeth says …

I thought it was really interesting to think of avocado as an ingredient for hair. It's been touted lately as good for health in general so it just makes sense that it would be beneficial to hair health also.

LP says …

ooh lavender

Staci says …

Avocado Oil!

Angela says …

I like the idea of using the green tea. I've used it in soaps before but not in a shampoo. I think it could work wonders.

Kristil says …

Green Tea! Always great! kristilb19@yahoo.com

Heather says …

I think avocado oil would be best for me.

Amber says …

Green tea is my favorite

michelle says …

Well, since I have limp hair, it was recommended that I look for products with silk proteins and vitamin B5. For conditioners, I love the sound of avocado and evening primrose oil. I already periodically rinse my hair with apple cider vinegar in place of a regular conditioner. michelle at northofthe49 dot com

Tracy says …

Avocado Oil has been a favorite of mine for years!

bar says …

Jojoba oil.I'm using it now. Thank you for the

GK says …

I love avocado and would be more than willing to use their fatty acids to moisturize my hair.

Mannequin says …

i listened to Podcast no. 2 with John(ohlala) and I found it to be quite interesting: thank you. What he discussed was very appropriate to me: I have curly hair that can decide to be frizzy when it wants! The products I would use are the same as in the podcast: detangler and dry hair nourishment. I know for a fact that what I use only masks the problem as it contains silicon. John's products use citrus, lavender and cedarwood which actually fix the hair;not an instant gratification but well worth the wait! It would be very nice to find help for my hair; it can be my best asset or my worst, depending upon the day.

Emily says …

I'm really enjoying all the posts on this video. It sounds like we can have a salad party and use the same ingredients to help our hair.

Meredith says …

When I see any product that has Lemon Verbena in the ingredients,I know I am just going to swoon into an Alpha state at the scent and Almond Oil in anything is like manna to my skin and hair!!

danielle says …

The words "proteins of silk and soy" just SOUNDS fantastic, imagine how good they would do to your hair. Add some E.O. (lavender is my favorite) and I'm in love! Blondes gotta seriously mois

Carrie says …

Avocado would work for me. cardeb2@verizon.net

Nora says …

The Jojoba Oil and Avocado Oil Nora neneelynn@yahoo.com

C says …

avocado

Ry says …

My hair is flat and lifeless. This would be an awesome treat

Wendy says …

ACV and green tea for me! And lavendar. Mmmmm ;)

Elaine R says …

Green tea would be best for my hair.

rose says …

Apple cider vinegar is a great cleanser and leaves hair squeaky clean.

Kathy Mullins says …

I love lavender and avocado for natural oils. With my dry, frizzy hair, I can certainly use this excellent products !!

Kaye says …

I began using apple cider vinegar to combat flakes and it's been working very well for me. Didn't know about avocado until the podcast. I have tightly coiled hair, so I'd like to try some avocado. Thanks for the podcasts. :)

Stephanie says …

Fantastic podcast! I have very long, curly, thick, frizzy hair so the natural ingredients I need are plant and essential oils like avocado, jojoba, or lavender. Fingers crossed for this fantastic giveaway!!

Peggy says …

I have very limp hair, so the proteins of silk and soy would be best for me. Thanks for this

SG says …

oooooh, avocado oil sounds divine!!

Misty says …

Oh my! Avacado and green tea. Thanks so much for the podcast.

Becky says …

This podcast was awesome! Thank You to all the Whole Body Team Members Nation Wide!Knowledge is Power!

Mya says …

I love avocado so much, I'm liable to eat the products...LOL. From someone with really dry hair, this rocks!

Cat says …

I have thick hair but it tends to get dry from daily shampooing. I would love to try these products. My haircut is in a bob and it would look fantastic! Thanks for the awesome podcast

karissa says …

Jojoba Oil,Avocado Oil and green tea would do wonders for this mane! I also love to soak my hair in coconut oil I hope I won't even need that anymore! can't wait to try it! karissag at gmail dot com

Angel says …

I have curly and dry hair, so I could use avocado.

Maja says …

my favorite ingredient is avocado

Mave says …

Great second episode.

Celly says …

Thanks for letting us see inside the John Masters Salon.

Heather S says …

Great second video, I hope to visit that Salon one day.

Julia says …

Thakns for sharing another great vid-cast!

RS says …

Another great video. It is good to get inforamtion on healthy options for the body and hair, as well as he great food coverage.

molly says …

Chemcial heavy hair treatments strip your hair folicals. A gentle natural color treatment is the way to go.

Mom2Gad says …

Apple Cider Vinegar - we use this in the winter as a final rinse to help combat dry, flakey, itchy scalp. It works great!

chiquita says …

proteins of silk, and soy would be what i’m looking for.

Lynda W says …

Avocado is so good for hair!

dcala says …

I didn't know that Avacado was good for curly hair. I love that! Good for the body. Good for the hair. Makes sense.

Annie says …

Avacodo.......who knew? My daughter's hair could really benefit from this! Great podcast!

Becky says …

Great follow up to the first video.

KC says …

I use to work handling hair coloring in a well known salon (which name will remain undisclosed). Several of my coworkers and I had negative responses and health issues after extended exposure to the heavy chemicals in traditional colors.

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