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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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Molly says …

Great video

Hellen says …

Great to see these products being featured.

Lora says …

I like the follow up video as well.

Ben says …

I bet color stay allot longer when you shampoo and condition with non chlorine based products. I'll check it out.

DebS. says …

Good video and dialogue!

katie says …

Nice to see JM in action!

Kelly says …

I agree that chemical treatments can be brutal. I once had a treatment and basically ended up with a 2nd degree burn.

Blonde Pubic Dye says …

I also have to elaborate on the use of avocado, for century avocado has been a great skin care. In my country the old folks used avocado (or pear) to treat many skin ailments for acne to eczema. Great to see spa's are using this natural wonder

Autumn says …

i will have to try avocado..definitely. I really wish you could maybe do a podcast on just hair coloring. I want to try henna but i'm worried about the outcome, reactions t using hair henna sound negative but i hear if you use body henna it works well. I just want an alternative i'm done using chemicals in my hair!

cut close says …

Real henna body art will not damage hair or have hair color bleed. It's natural and you mix it with Lime or fruit juice

Shauna L. Howard says …

I am an African-American woman that's looking for a salon that colors with henna. I have all-natural hair and my friends told me to consider henna for my curls. I am looking for a hair salon in Philadelphia; any suggestions?

Lila says …

The SCREEN is too small. We need to see the hair esp. w/ this type of subjectmatter. We can't SEE the hair. This is ridiculous!!

Lila says …

Oh my gosh1 That is exactly what my mother used to do to my hair when I was in my pre-teeens! She would spray "No more tears" detangler on it and some Dippity Doo and twist it , all over, and sit me on our front porch as the sun set over our Southern CA. home , til it dried. My dog as my companon. She did this for years, everyone loved my hair, even the hairdressers complemented me. Maybe I should go back to basics!

Suzann Schultz says …

Last year, my hairdresser started to do a weave on my hair. After about five minutes or less, my eyes started itching, and then my scalp was burning. She rushed to wash the product off and now my hair is a darker grey, instead of a highlighted color. What do you recommend for a sensitive person? thanks Suzann

norma says …

hi! why does the Whole Foods store in Aventura NOT carry the John Masters Organics natural hair color? According to your article, he is the "master " on cutting and styling, jusing examples of ...color treated hair". I just phoned your aventura store and they carry the Major brand, which is not 100% organic

Bepkom says …

@Norma: Sorry you're unable to find the product you're looking for. Our stores determine their own product selection and it can vary quite a bit from store to store.

norma says …

@Michael Bepko thank you. I'm sold on Major Natural hair color! will give it a try.

norma says …

@Michael Bepko@April 15th, 2011 @11.15 a.m Sorry! my mistake! The brand name of the hair colorant carried in your Aventura store is Naturtint Green Technologies "with approved and certified organic and natural ingredients" Can't wait to try it!

says …

@Barbara I'm sorry for your discomfort and frustration. The best way to find learn about the products your community Whole Foods Market offers in the way of hypoallergenic hair dye is to reach out to them directly. A Team Member in our Whole Body department will be more than happy to discuss the options with you. The link below will help you identify the contact information for your store. Cheers to happy hair! http://wholefoodsmarket.com/stores/

Barbara Phelan says …

I have a hair allergy. I have only been able to use non-permanent hair coloring. I do not choose to be gray. Do you have a non-allergic product?

WILLIAM JONES says …

Hi! I came to your salon last week, and the experience was awesome!

eli says …

great video, too bad John Master is no longer open in the city. Its not easy to find a great natural organic hair colors and salons who using it.

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