shampoo recipe

thefullmoontauntsme  asked:

How can I be vegan on a budget?

A huge misconception people have about the vegan lifestyle is that its expensive or they cannot afford it. Thats just not the case, I’ve gathered some links for you to help further explain.

Vegan on $25 a Week

31 Vegan Recipes for $3

Vegan on a Budget

10 Cheapest Healthiest Foods

Vegan on $10 a Day

Vegan on $4 a Day

Vegan on a Budget Tips

Low Cost Vegan Meal Plans

Vegan Makeup Under $10

Shampoo & Conditioner

Something I’d like to point out:

I know it’s kind of a rite of passage for new HikaGo fans to think Sai’s a girl until they see like, a YouTube comment or something that’s all “Sai’s not a girl! His appearance and personality would have been considered very manly in the heian period!”, but that’s not entirely true.

While his clothes are fairly typical for an upper class man during the heian period, you know how during the flashback Sai stood out a lot compared to the creepy-looking generic background guys? Yeah, those guys are actually pretty standard heian dudes.

Heian aristocratic men generally had shorter hair that was pulled back and then bound up into a topknot underneath their hats. Little pointy beards and moustaches were also considered attractive, and both men and women often covered up their eyebrows with makeup and drew on little dot eyebrows higher up on their foreheads, although I don’t think either of these things were that big a deal for men tbh.

Here’s an example of a historical reenactor (I think?) in an outfit very similar to Sai’s:

You can see his hair is nothing like Sai’s at all.

Meanwhile, for women of the time, the fashion was to have extremely long, flowing hair, similar to Sai’s. (This style was known as taregami.) It was a huge deal and also very difficult to maintain. Washing and brushing taregami was something of a group effort that took all day, and a lot of women paid a lot of money to have special shampoo recipes developed for them. 

So TL;DR, Sai seems to do his hair like a very fashion-conscious lady. Do with this information what you will. (Also, I want you all to know that in researching this, I googled “Heian era man” in both English and Japanese, and in both languages, Sai popped up…)

Soap-Free Shampoo

This recipe from Gabriel has Croatian roots, and works on all hair types.

1 tbsp. mustard powder
2 tbsp. yogurt
1 egg yolk
1 tsp. honey
1 tsp. any vegetable oil

Combine all ingredients, stir, and apply to dry hair. Cover with a plastic shower cap and keep it on for 20 minutes. Rinse with water and a little vinegar.


DIY African Black Soap Shampoo

Naptural85 writes:

This extremely easy and quick DIY homemade natural shampoo recipe incorporates the medicinal power of African Black Soap, along with essential oils and nutrients known to stimulate hair growth and repair and heal scalp damage! I hope you enjoy this super simple and quick recipe, that takes only a few minutes to prepare!

Soft as Wildflowers

Bellarke Week // Day Six: fluff

Canonverse - Post 3x16, after the nuclear crap has been handled.

People in positions of leadership don’t often find time to themselves.

At least, that was what Bellamy found once the council was up and running once more, and he was voted as one of the representatives.

There was always something else to discuss, and once a meeting was over, there was an emergency to be dealt with, or duties to attend to, or it was the time designated for meals, which always happened in a public place, where someone would, without doubt, bring a “concerning matter” to his table.

It left very little time for thought and no option of personal space, or opportunities to have a private conversation.

So, when Clarke dropped down beside him at lunch, and said they had been given permission to gather food, alone, he was surprised, but entirely, worthy-of-a-smile, relieved.

Keep reading

Miranda Kerr shares her organic shampoo recipe

Bring 1½ cups of distilled water to a boil in a medium saucepan, and then remove from heat. Add 1 tbsp of dried lavender flowers, 1 tbsp of dried rosemary, 1 tbsp of dried nettle and 2 tbsp of dried chamomile flowers.

Cover the water and herb mixture tightly, and allow it to steep for at least 30 minutes. Any other essential oil may be substituted for lavender, if necessary or desired.

Strain the liquid into a medium-sized bowl, and add 1 tsp of jojoba oil (organic if possible). Stir vigorously to combine.

Add ½ tsp of lavender essential oil and half a cup of organic castile soap, and stir thoroughly. Pour the shampoo into a plastic squeeze bottle, and label with the contents and date.

Store the organic shampoo in the refrigerator to preserve freshness. A small bottle can be kept in the shower for no longer than a week, if desired. Use 1 tbsp per application. Shake the bottle before use to mix any oil that has separated.


DIY Clay Hair Cleanser (Healthy Shampoo Alternative) Recipe

“Here’s my basic recipe to make an all-natural clay hair cleanser. I’ve added just the bare necessities needed to make this amazingly gentle yet clarifying homemade shampoo! Hope it helps!”

Via Naptural85

how about train of words

the new year resolution with slbp stuff? 

for example: A: Dear 2017, I want to eat dango with Saizo too

                     B: Too bad 2016 shall end, my goal is to have Yasuma’s                                         secret shampoo recipe

                     A: Recipe book of Ieyasu and Lover’s Guide are my goal books                              to have

how’s that?