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Ramblings of an Organic Hair Stylist - How to go Organic?

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Hello again! Last time I explained a little about how traditional hair products can be damaging to the hair and your health, also clarifying a bit about the devious ways of the hair industry. In today’s article our subject is more practical – taking the first step to change.
Your first step will be to find yourself a good organic hairstylist, retailer of quality organic hair products and book yourself in for a consult. A good way to find a stylist can be some online research, see if there’s someone in your area you resonate with, or simply put it out there on social media and have a friend recommend someone trustworthy – word of mouth is best!
Whether you’ve decided to go with a personal consult, or make the product call yourself – if you’re shifting from traditional products to organic your experience may be easy free flow, or it may take perseverance. Either way, once you’ve come out to the other side, life and your hair will never be the same again.


The shift is pretty simple, in most cases, but can require dedication. You will have to be prepared to chuck all your regular chemical hair shampoos, conditioners and styling products in order to make it an effective change.
So step 1, forget everything you thought you knew about your hair.
Step 2, dedicate yourself to wanting the change.
Step 3, prepare yourself for an amazing new journey as you get to know your hair and body in an entirely new way!
Next time we will be breaking down the steps to have gorgeous and natural hair, stay tuned for – ‘The path to glory!’
Love in hair – Jason

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