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Natural Salon Part 2: Cuts and Styling

By Mara Fleishman, July 8, 2008  |  Meet the Blogger  |  More Posts by Mara Fleishman
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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Marcy says ...
Great to see this continued, thanks again for sharing!
07/08/2008 11:33:42 AM CDT
Sally says ...
Wonderful! Thanks again for your coverage, I didn't know John M had his own Salon.
07/08/2008 11:58:48 AM CDT
Staci says ...
Thank you for covering this. Can you help us in the Bay Area find a place to have your hair colored naturally? My hairstylist just quit the business because she developed an auto-immune disease from working with toxic hair color for years. I've been doing some research and here that henna destroys your hair after long term use (makes it dry and frizzy). Help!
07/08/2008 4:16:20 PM CDT
Anne says ...
I've had similar problems with henna, as well as standard hair coloring. I truly hope the approaches you suggest bring some relief from the frizzzzzzy hair days.
07/08/2008 8:16:59 PM CDT
mod*mom says ...
great podcast! i need both the fine limp + curly information. my hair was fine, but since chemo it has a "chemo curl" that gets very tangley in the back underneath (dreadlocky), but i don't want to cut it because i've never had a curl in my hair before + i think the new hair growing in is straight
07/09/2008 9:02:57 AM CDT
Steph. says ...
My hair actually seems more curly now that I have stopped coloring it and have started using an activator. I'll give this color a shot, and see if I can have the best of both worlds, color and curl!
07/09/2008 11:34:35 AM CDT
Heather says ...
I have a dear friend who runs a Salon and has been able to sucessfully switch product lines for coloration. She had become quite ill from chemical treaments and a doctor told her salon was nearly as toxic as working in a dry-cleaners. Her clients are happy and she is healthy!
07/09/2008 11:39:16 AM CDT
Chris says ...
Good for you Whole Foods! I think many of us who shop at your stores for food know the value in organics, but often don't think about the impact what we put on our bodies can have on our health.
07/09/2008 11:48:52 AM CDT
Vicki says ...
John Masters is brilliant!
07/09/2008 11:52:07 AM CDT
Mary says ...
I really like this series, thanks for another great video!
07/09/2008 12:06:19 PM CDT
Darcy says ...
Great to see these products in action!
07/09/2008 12:31:34 PM CDT
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.
07/09/2008 2:56:32 PM CDT
Becky says ...
Great follow up to the first video.
07/09/2008 5:42:39 PM CDT
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.
07/10/2008 7:14:53 AM CDT
molly says ...
Chemcial heavy hair treatments strip your hair folicals. A gentle natural color treatment is the way to go.
07/10/2008 7:23:44 AM CDT
Heather S says ...
Great second video, I hope to visit that Salon one day.
07/10/2008 7:31:14 AM CDT
Julia says ...
Thakns for sharing another great vid-cast!
07/10/2008 7:36:49 AM CDT
Mave says ...
Great second episode.
07/10/2008 7:49:19 AM CDT
Celly says ...
Thanks for letting us see inside the John Masters Salon.
07/10/2008 7:53:18 AM CDT
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!
07/10/2008 10:15:40 AM CDT
chiquita says ...
proteins of silk, and soy would be what i’m looking for.
07/10/2008 10:16:35 AM CDT
Lynda W says ...
Avocado is so good for hair!
07/10/2008 10:18:00 AM CDT
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.
07/10/2008 10:19:47 AM CDT
Annie says ...
Avacodo.......who knew? My daughter's hair could really benefit from this! Great podcast!
07/10/2008 10:43:12 AM CDT
Maja says ...
my favorite ingredient is avocado
07/10/2008 11:50:13 AM CDT

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