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Cthuliz onto Food, Recipes
nina Thanks! Cheers!
Cthuliz Hi Nina, here's the recipe. It's also linked to in the "EatingWell Magazine" link in the post. Enjoy!
nina Wheres the recipe??
Cthuliz onto Food, Recipes
Zo @ Two Spoons Thanks for trying out my recipe and featuring it :) I like that all the non-low-in-fate recipes you used have plenty of veges in too. Love your blog btw...especially the washer necklace, it looks very chic and pro. Keep the goodness comin!
Cthuliz onto Food, Recipes
Cthuliz onto Tutorials
Sophia Thank you so much for this tutorial! I really enjoyed it. I was going to dye my hair with henna powder but I wanted to get a little more information on it. I have dark brown hair already and was wondering what shade it would turn into? Would it still turn the vibrant red that you have or would it be darker?
Miriam I have been dying my hair any red from light auburn (which I prefer best) to as dark as Irish Red Auburn, thanks to my stylist who seems to think it should be darker every month for reasons I can't sink my teeth into! I have taken a harvest of hairbrush hair and used OOPS Color Remover to see if the color would lighten considerably. The final result was a gorgeous light ginger auburn which I would love to maintain using henna. Is there a way to achieve this by mixing 3/4 Cassia with 1/4 Henna just to make my normal drab dark blonde/grey roots close to the lighter auburn color? Has anyone done this, and is the application procedure any different? Thanks for this site. It is very informative.
gabriella Great information I love it!! I just started using henna and love the results!! But where do you find it soo cheap? 2 packsge for 1.98 wow!! My email is gabriella773@aol.com like to know what store. @thank you so much for your info.