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Natural Beauty Highlighted by Correct Hair Color Choice

Natural Beauty: Eye Color, Hair Color, Skin Tone

According to color experts, our overall facial features are usually divided up into two categories: Cool and Warm.  Our eye color, skin and natural hair coloring determine whether we are in the warm category or cool category.


Gray_eyes
Cool Natural Beauty 

Cool eye color:  dark brown, black-brown, gray-blue, dark blue, hazel with white gray or blue flecks.

Cool hair (natural) color: Blue-Black (or jet black), deep brown, ash brown, ash blond, platinum blond.

Cool skin tone:  very dark brown, true olive, medium pale, medium with golden undertones, pale, bronze.


Greeneyes
Warm Natural Beauty
 

Warm eye color: golden brown, green, green-blue, turquoise, hazel with golod or brown flecks.

Warm hair (natural) color: deep brown with gold or red highlights, red, strawberry blond, gray-yellow, natural or golden blond.

Warm skin tone:  brown with pink or golden undertones, peachy or with peachy undertones, pale with gold undertones, freckled, ruddy.

Of course if you don’t remember what color your natural hair is or if you regularly use tanning beds, it might not be as simple. What colors currently compliments your facial features -in your wardrobe-should be able to determine if you are warm or cool. Blue, green and violet are cool hues. Red, orange and yellows are warm hues.

Most complimentary hair color for cool skin: golden, rich brown and redder coloring.

Most complimentary hair color for warm skin: ashy shades of brown  (instead of red-browns), black, light colors.

Natural Beauty Caveat: The above is very basic. Remember, you are: uniquely you. Your complexion and skin tone might be more of a combination that doesn’t ‘fit’ into a basic category. There is not true “cookie-cutter” template on cool or warm individuals. As suggested in part one of this post, if you’re unsure, do the following: It might be helpful to save some hair from your comb or hairbrush until you have enough test for color. Do a color test on your saved hair to ensure that you will like the results.

Ignore the myths, think more about skin tone, eye color and your natural haircolor and highlights, then choose the LustrousHenna® shade that naturally suits you and your natural beauty.

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 Author: L.J. O’Neal, writer and researcher. (L.J. is also a Lustrous Henna®  user.)
©2010-2015. L.J. O’Neal. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
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 *Even though our herbal ingredients have been used in natural medicine for centuries, we must add the following disclaimer: The herbs, formulas, and recipes contained within this web site are not to be considered substitutes for proper medical and health care. As with any other medicine, if you are sick, you should consult a physician to find out if the herbal preparations listed here are right for you. Saba Botanical does not make any medical claims nor warranties regarding the use of the products listed on this site. No matter how natural a product is, it may have a potential of causing side effects and allergic reaction on certain individuals. You should consult your physician before taking any medication.
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Children’s Health -Hair Dye for Teens and Pre-Teens

Teens- dyed hair. www.SabaBotanical.comChildren’s Health Concern: Hair Dye for Teens and Pre-Teens

Nowadays, there is a growing trend of dying children’s hair and using harsh chemical dyes to do so.  Parents, please take heed to the following warning.

Children’s Health Concern: Hair Dye Use Can Cause Severe Allergy

According to numerous dermatological and other medical reports hair dye allergy is on the rise. An article in the British Medical Journal* reported that in Japan, Denmark and USA, hair color use has increased among male and female youth. “Severe hair dye reactions among children have recently been reported.”

Children’s Health Concern: FDA

According to the FDA, adults using chemical hair dyes have suffered serious problems such as: hair loss, burning, redness, itchy or raw skin, swelling in the face, trouble breathing, permanent scarring and more.

There also have been several young dematological patients that have suffered terrible skin reactions from chemical hair color dyes containing harsh ingredients such as Para-Phenylenediamine (PPD), coal tar, peroxide, ammonia and much more.  There are also studies that link prolonged use of such dyes to cancer.

Boy-dyed hair.Children’s Health Concern: “Wake-Up” Call for Parents

Following harmless fashion and style trends can bring joy and lots of fun. However, using harmful and dangerous substances to follow a trend isn’t wise and the consequences won’t be joyful at all. Please listen to this “Wake-Up”
call and keep protecting your children’s health.

*Source:  BMJ. 2007 February 3; 334(7587): 220. doi: 10.1136/bmj.39042.643206.BE. 

See also: “Back-to-School?Chemical Hair Dyes for Your Preteen?”

“Horror of Hair Dye for Abigail” (article in The Sun)


Naturally Healthy Children.

Naturally Healthy Children.

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 Author: L.J. O’Neal, writer and researcher. (L.J. is also a Lustrous Henna®  user.)
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Natural Hair Dye -Benefits for Men

man with graying hair. Natural Hair Dye -Benefits for Men

An all natural hair dye will cover gray with no potentially dangerous side effects. Natural hair dye also improves male self-esteem. Many male users are very happy with the results. They no longer have to worry about taking chances with their health or hair loss* by using chemical hair dyes filled with para-phenlenediamine (PPD), ammonia and/or peroxide, etc. Lustrous Henna® is such a dye: non-toxic, 100% natural hair dye.

More Benefits of Natural Hair Dye for Men:

  • Looks more like your natural color
  • Since color fade gradually, do not create ugly white/gray lines with growth 
  • Conditions and protects your hair, instead of stripping your hair from the natural protein it needs to stay healthy and grow.
  • Does not penetrate in the hair shaft to cause them to dry, and become lifeless and brittle.
  • Covers any other color as it coats the hair.
  • Lustrous Henna® colors
    contain henna and other herbs that have therapeutic values, will heal not hurt, as opposed
    to chemical-based dyes that  have known to cause cancer and severe
    damage to vital organs as they penetrate into the skin.
  • Lustrous Henna® contains herbs that are known to prevent hair loss, herbs that are known for anti-dandruff qualities and to improve overall health of your hair


Happy man. www.sababotanical.comBenefits of Regular Botanical Hair Care

If you are reasonably healthy and follow a well-balanced diet, then natural botanicals will no doubt enhance your image and stop further hair loss. Using an herbal hair treatment, containing henna and other ancient ingredients, on a regular basis, will also aid in repairing dry, damaged and shedding hair.

Products such as Lustrous Henna® Shampoo PowderLustrous Henna Neutral,Shikakai Powder, (all sold by Saba Botanical of USA) are made from all natural herbal products.  These healthy botanicals have been used in the Asian continent for centuries, for hair growth, hair conditioning , luster and strength.

So guys, what are you waiting for?  

Cover your gray and stop your hair loss with Lustrous Henna® by Saba Botanical of USA.

 Note: According to the American Academy of Family Physicians, a number of medical issues can cause excessive hair loss. For these medical conditions, it’s usually best to consult a skilled medical professional.

“Love your product! I am 85% grey and ordered the Henna Soft Black along with the Indigo. I used three parts of Henna Soft Black and one part of Indigo. I love the results. I got a very dark brown to black color hair which was exactly what I was looking for.

I used chemical dyes two or three times and developed severe reactions to the chemicals used in those products. With the Henna Soft Black and Indigo I just get great looking hair with no reactions. Would recommend to anyone looking for natural products”. 

Mr.Sam K. 
Laredo, TX

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 Author: L.J. O’Neal, writer and researcher. (L.J. is also a Lustrous Henna®  user.)
©2010-2015. L.J. O’Neal. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
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 *Even though our herbal ingredients have been used in natural medicine for centuries, we must add the following disclaimer: The herbs, formulas, and recipes contained within this web site are not to be considered substitutes for proper medical and health care. As with any other medicine, if you are sick, you should consult a physician to find out if the herbal preparations listed here are right for you. Saba Botanical does not make any medical claims nor warranties regarding the use of the products listed on this site. No matter how natural a product is, it may have a potential of causing side effects and allergic reaction on certain individuals. You should consult your physician before taking any medication.

Shikakai and Amla: Hair Loss Remedy

Shikakai. www.SabaBotanical.comHair Loss Remedy: Shikakai

Shikakai is known as, “fruit for hair”. Shikakai conditions from the hair root and is used as a mild cleansing shampoo in India. Shikakai powder is similar to soap nuts in that it doesn’t produce the amount of lather a sulfate-containing shampoo would. However, it is an excellent cleanser for natural hair. It’s very mild with a naturally low pH. It doesn’t strip hair root of natural oils and since it also acts as a detangler, it usually doesn’t need to be followed up with a conditioner.

Shikakai is also known to promote hair growth by nourishing the scalp at the glandular level. It also can strengthen hair roots. (This is good news for anybody transitioning from a chemical perm or relaxer to natural hair). It is rich in vitamin C and vitamin D, along with other nutrients that nourish the hair follicles and promote hair growth. It can be used by itself or mixed with other natural ingredients in powder form, along with water to form a paste that is then applied to the hair.

However, it’s important to remember that, traditionally, prior to washing the hair with plants containing Saponin (like soap nuts or the healthy hair growth plant, Shikakai), the user massages the scalp at the hair root with coconut oil or
castor oil.

Indian_gooseberry_Amla. www.SabaBotanical.comHair Loss Remedy: Amla

Amla is wonderful cleansing agent for both the skin and hair. It imparts luster to hair and protects from dandruff, also helps prevent premature gray hair. It stimulates growth of hair on the scalp, and strengthens the hair roots. Amla extract in all natural shampoo does not deposit any color on the hair and can be used by everyone. Amla extract helps replace the nourishment lost by hair gels, chemical hair color and hair spray.

Hair Loss Remedy: Amla and Shikakai Combination

Amla (Indian Gooseberry) is used as an ancient treatment to maintain healthy hair. Amla especially is renowned for its healing effect on the hair (it nourishes dry scalp and hair and makes it manageable) and nowadays used in spas.

Massage the scalp with coconut oil or castor oil. Then:

Combine 2 tablespoons each of Amla Powder and Shikakai Powder; add enough (room temperature) water to make into a paste. Apply to hair. Cover with plastic cap for approximately 10-15 minutes. Rinse out thoroughly.

This is an excellent remedy for split ends.

healthy diet for healthy hair. www.SabaBotanical.comHealthy Diet for Healthy Hair

A healthy diet is essential to promoting hair growth. You might be surprised to learn that improper nutrition is a cause of numerous hair loss problems. Therefore, if you don’t follow a nutrient-rich diet and are currently experiencing hair loss issues: change your diet.

Eat your veggies, fruit, and milk to gain much needed nutrients for healthy hair. You also need protein sources to help nourish hair growth and eliminate hair loss.

Revitalize Your Hair

By applying the previous recommendation to your healthy hair regime, you can prevent hair loss and revitalize your hair.

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 Author: L.J. O’Neal, writer and researcher. (L.J. is also a Lustrous Henna®  user.)
©2010-2015. L.J. O’Neal. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
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 *Even though our herbal ingredients have been used in natural medicine for centuries, we must add the following disclaimer: The herbs, formulas, and recipes contained within this web site are not to be considered substitutes for proper medical and health care. As with any other medicine, if you are sick, you should consult a physician to find out if the herbal preparations listed here are right for you. Saba Botanical does not make any medical claims nor warranties regarding the use of the products listed on this site. No matter how natural a product is, it may have a potential of causing side effects and allergic reaction on certain individuals. You should consult your physician before taking any medication.

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Hair Color Knowledge is Power!  


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and check out our articles and have fun learning more about Lustrous Henna®, Henna for Hair, Chemical Hair Dyes, Hair
Structure and Growth and Natural Botanical Ingredients.

Knowledge About: Lustrous Henna®

  • One Man’s Successful Quest: Find An All-Natural Hair Dye for Men
  • FAQs about Lustrous Henna®
  • Ingredients of Lustrous Henna®
  • Select Your Lustrous Henna® Color
  • General Process of Application
  • Lustrous Henna® All Natural Hair Color Dye in Powder Form. WHY?
  • Quick Application Henna Hair Dye: The Power of Nature Made Simple.
  • An Evening At Home: I Think I’ll Color My Hair Black With Lustrous Henna®
  • Men and Women, Get Black Hair Color Back!

Saba Botanical Knowledge Base

Knowledge About: Henna for Hair

  • Henna 101: How Does Henna Dye “Work”?
  • Henna 101: Beauty in Nature
  • Is It REALLY Pure Henna?
  • “Black Henna” is NOT Pure Henna and is Dangerous to Hair and Skin. Pt. 1
  • “Black Henna” is NOT Pure Henna and is Dangerous to Hair and Skin. Pt. 2
  • Truly Neutral Henna -Fact or Fiction? You Decide. Part 1 of 2
  • Truly Neutral Henna -Fact or Fiction? You Decide. Part 2 of 2

Knowledge About: Chemical Hair Dyes

  • Better Be Safe Warning
  • Mechanism of Hair Dying
  • Dying to Look Good: Chemical ‘Hair Brew’ Isn’t All That Bad. Is It?
  • Permanent Hair Dye and Cancer, Is There A Link?
  • Permanent Hair Color Dye –A Dermatologist’s Perspective
  • Heeding the Warning Signs –Not Always an Easy Thing.
  • Dying to Look Good: Is PPD Really Worth the Risks?
  • Chemical Hair Color Dyes –for Your Preteen?
  • Permanent Hair Color Dye: Invention, Benefit, Consequence.
  • Chemical Hair Dye: Process and Allergic Reaction.
  • Hair Dye Safety for You and Your Baby –While Pregnant or Breastfeeding.
  • Hair Dye and Smoking.

Knowledge About: Hair

  • The Definition of Hair. Pt. 1
  • The Definition of Hair. Pt. 2
  • Teens: Want to Dye Your Hair and Make a Style Statement? Do it Naturally.
  • Men: Why Color Your Gray Hair Naturally?
  • Choose Hair Color to Highlight Your Natural Beauty. Pt. 1
  • Choose Hair Color to Highlight Your Natural Beauty. Pt. 2

Knowledge About: Natural Botanical Ingredients

  • Herbal Ingredients
  • About Indigo for Hair.
  • The Power of the Flower: Kariyat.
  • The Power of the Flower: Tulsi and Sweet Indrajao.
  • The Power of the Flower: Methi (Fenugreek).
  • The Power of the Flower: Amla Fruit.
  • The Power of the Flower: Shikakai (Satia) A Real Hair Growth and Hair Care “Secret”.
  • The Power of the Flower: Soapnut (Reetha Fruit) for Soft Hair and Skin.
  • The Power of the Flower: Bhringraj
  • The Power of the Flower: Aloe Vera. Pt. 1
  • The Power of the Flower: Aloe Vera. Pt. 2
  • The Power of the Flower: Hibiscus Rosa-Sinensis.
  • Multani Clay, Multani Mitti, Fuller’s Earth.
  • Dandruff Treatment and Remedy That Also Beautifies Your Hair.

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 Author: L.J. O’Neal, writer and researcher. (L.J. is also a Lustrous Henna®  user.)
©2010-2015. L.J. O’Neal. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
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What Aloe Vera ISN’T…

Aloe-plant-www.sababotanical.comAloe Vera ISN’T… always what we read on the label!


Nowadays, it seems that every product that wants to
 appear healthy and beneficial, include the words “Aloe Vera” on its packaging. Even the tissue companies found a way to add it to their labels! Therefore, we need to pause for thought and THINK for a second…do we really need a miniscule drop of Aloe Vera in our tissue?

On a more serious note, when we are searching for pure Aloe Vera or products containing pure Aloe Vera, we really need to be careful and read the ingredient labels. We might end up with something that may even cause us harm. One well-known company claims to sell 100% Aloe Vera Gel.  After reading the ingredient label, you might be shocked to see that it is not 100% Aloe Vera Gel at all, but : (company) Aloe Vera, 100% Gel. Does this make a difference? You bet it does! This product is a gel that contains Aloe Vera and many harmful chemical additives. One ingredient was even banned in Europe for being a known carcinogen!


take care of your hair. www.sababotanical.comA “Recipe” that Promotes Healthy Hair Growth  

Aloe Vera gel contains many healthy hair benefits especially when combined with wheat germ oil and almond oil, added to Bhringraj. As we shared in the previous post, this “recipe” is found in every bottle of Imbue® Natural Conditioner by Saba Botanicals of USA. It is an herbal formula containing plant extracts from Bhringraj combined with, Aloe Vera gel, Wheat germ oil and Almond oil. This mixture will only help to revitalize and nourish your hair and scalp.

A Writer’s Personal Experience

Personally, I have thyroid disease, along with PCOS -two conditions known to cause a thinning crown and hair, and my hair loves natural Aloe Vera gel and Imbue® Natural Conditioner. I use it many
times just by itself as a co-wash or I follow up my Imbue® Natural Shampoo with it. I use Lustrous Henna to cover my grays and condition my hair too.  My hair always feels softer when using Lustrous Henna and I’ve found that my hair is actually thicker. My husband even commented the same.  

If you suffer hair fall or hair thinning, then perhaps you’ll achieve similar results in your own experience using this healthy hair “recipe”.

A Testimonial by a Happy Woman

I just wanted to tell you how much I LOVE the Lustrous henna.  I’ve been using it for about 2 years now, and I will never go back to the chemical dyes, for many reasons.

Getting my long hair dyed in a salon cost me well over $100. When I tried to be more economical and do it myself, I would still have to buy
two bottles of dye, not to mention processing agents, and special conditioners, and then color safe shampoos and conditioners for after.  I have used color safe products and non-color safe products with the Lustrous Henna, and there is no difference, it doesn’t really fade. 
And at (currently) $7.49 per pack (I only need 1 pack for my hair), the price can’t be beat.

Also, even when I went to a salon, my hair would fade to an ugly, mustardy brown after only 2 weeks to a month.  With Lustrous Henna, I dye my hair about once every 3 months, and even when it fades, it fades to a very nice, dark shade (I use the black and the mahogany).  In fact, the only reason I know it’s faded at all is because my grays start showing.  Which brings me to another point.  My grays are interspersed throughout my hair, and the henna dyes them a lighter shade than the rest of my hair, which just ends up looking like really pretty highlights. And the fact that it does absolutely NO damage to my hair is the icing on the cake.

I love this stuff, please never stop selling it!  I will never go back to chemical dyes ever again.

Cathy from Sunnyvale, CA

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 Author: L.J. O’Neal, writer and researcher. (L.J. is also a Lustrous Henna®  user.)
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Aloe Vera IS…

Aloe Vera IS :


Aloe_vera_flowera flowering plant. It has been called “the lily of the desert” and “the plant of
immortality”.
 The aloe plant medicinal and healing properties have been known for over 4000 years. Whether aloe vera gel, juice or extract, it has a very long history. It was used by ancient Greeks, Egyptians and Chinese civilizations. Cleopatra usedthe aloe plant to purify her skin. Alexander the Great used the aloe plant for his soldiers’ wounds.

Aloe Vera is a stemless or very short-stemmed succulent plant with yellow flowers, growing to 24–39 in tall. The small serrated leaves of the aloe plant are thick and fleshy, green to grey-green, with some varieties showing white flecks on the upper and lower stem surfaces. The beautiful yellow flowers of the aloe plant are produced in summer on a spike up to 35 in tall. Aloe Vera grows in arid climates and is widely distributed in Africa, India and other arid areas.

As a topical medicinal treatment, Aloe Vera gel and extracts have antibacterial and antifungal properties that may help in the treatment of skin infections and inhibit the growth of fungi. Additionally, Aloe Vera is a natural moisturizer that soothes the skin, eliminating the
risk of flaky scalp (dandruff) and flaky skin in harsh and dry weather.

protect hair with aloe vera.Aloe Vera gel is an excellent treatment for hair loss because the plant itself closely matches our own body’s biochemistry, containing many of the same vitamins and minerals that make up our own bodies. Without question, Aloe Vera gel provides benefits for hair fall or hair loss. It strengthens, adds a healthy radiance and shine to hair.

A “Recipe” that Promotes Healthy Hair Growth  

Aloe Vera gel contains many healthy hair benefits especially when combined with wheat germ oil and almond oil, added to Bhringraj. Tthis “recipe” is found in the bottles of Imbue Natural Conditioner by Saba Botanicals of USA. It is an herbal formula containing plant extracts from Bhringraj combined with, Aloe Vera, Wheat germ oil and Almond oil. This mixture will only help to revitalize and nourish your hair and scalp.

A Real Testimonial

I tried your Lustrous Henna (Soft) Black and the sample of your Imbue_shampoo. I’m so pleased with the results of the Lustrous (Soft) Black and your shampoo is very gentle to the hair.  I will be placing an order over your website in the next week or 2 but wanted to send my feedback as I’d like you to keep me posted with any promotional events and any 
information you have.

I read your story about the commercial hair dyes & can certainly relate as I’ve had similar experiences..

Thank you,
Jacqueline 
(Davison, MI)

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 Author: L.J. O’Neal, writer and researcher. (L.J. is also a Lustrous Henna®  user.)
©2010-2015. L.J. O’Neal. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
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