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Blonde Babes ☀️A blonde couldn’t possibly use a natural chemical free shampoo right? Blondes need chemicals and blue dyed toner 🙅🏼♀️Wrong, a few drops of Blue Tansy Oil added to your dōterra shampoo (or even better conditioner as it stays in longer) will keep your colour in check. It won’t stain your hair, it simply acts as a natural toner for your hair ♥️ Sharing what another leader has done as a rinse (her photo is in comments) “Brass Is Whack” Hair Rinse
A few of my friends lately have mentioned how much they’ve loved dark blue essential oils like Blue Tansy to help brighten blonde hair and reduce yellow/brassy tones. Many have put drops of these oils in shampoo and have loved the results, but I wanted to try this in a DIY rinse/toner to see if it would give a more dramatic effect. And I’m very pleased with what it did!
-1 tsp Witch Hazel (emulsifies the essential oil drops, softens hair and scalp).
-15 drops Blue Tansy Essential Oil (brightens blonde hair). -1 tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar (reduces orange/yellow tones because of its high acidity).
-1 cup Water (I used my Berkey water). 🌸
In a large bowl, add witch hazel and drops of essential oil.
Mix well to emulsify the oil drops.
Add in apple cider vinegar and water to the bowl, and mix all ingredients well.
Apply mixture all over hair and scalp, making sure it’s completely soaked (I dipped my head into the bowl and let it soak up every drop).
Leave mixture in hair for 15-20 minutes.
Rinse hair with water.
Blow dry to see results
How can we restore the quality and quantity of waterways in watercourses and wetlands that have been modified by urbanization and disturbed by earthquakes?
In their project, Waikakariki Futures: A Living Eco-Laboratory, Yunxin Du @dyunxin Yutong Hu @yutong0612 + Farzana Rahman @rahmanfarz explored these questions set in the Waikakariki Reserve, just north of the Ōtākaro Avon River Corridor in Christchurch, New Zealand. The reserve's rich Mahinga Kai history and range of remnant native vegetation and wetland habitat contribute to its designation as an Ecological Heritage Site. Yet urbanization and Christchurch's devastating 2010 and 2011 earthquakes have posed challenges to the wetland ecosystem's functionality and demonstrated demand for integrated urban ecological design.
The proposed "Living Eco-Laboratory” retrofits stormwater remediation and regenerates native ecosystems to address concurrent and future challenges like climate change, sea level rise, and natural hazards. WASLA Honor Award 2019.
Why not add a dose of thrill to your next winter escape?❄️🤗⠀
Book our Winter Warmers Package and you can receive 20% off the ultimate bucket list adventure with @ballooningcanterbury , plus more value added goodies— Link in bio ✨
THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU to every man, women, child and their dog for making our first Rollickin dog walk a success. It was hectic, it was wet, it was muddy but it was so much fun!!! The turnout exceeded our expectations and amazingly, $370 was raised for @spcanz, so thank you all again.
A special thanks to @furtographynz, @petstock_nz and @pamperedpoochnz.
Planning for the next walk is already under way and we have already seen where we can improve and expand. Any suggestions and ideas are welcomed with open paws. ❤️Rollickin
Our last day in Canterbury had us admiring really old things, and eating very English foods! We started our day with our own morning prayers at St Martin's Church (the oldest church in the English speaking world that has continuously been a church), followed by afternoon tea. It was very hot today, so we tested before going to St. Augustine's Abbey, which was an amazing experience - many of our pilgrims say it was their highlight so far. We went to our first pub for dinner, and it was very enjoyable. Now the teens are all in a cabin doing madlibs. This has been such a rich experience for them, and it is so lovely to witness them developing bonds and figuring out ways to interact with each other. #pilgrimage2019#pilgrimage#canterbury#england#france#faithjourney
💖 BEETROOT HUMMUS & FLATBREADS 💖
We are so lucky that just a hour away are so many amazing places outside of London. I’m always wanting to discover more of the UK, having only lived here for three years - and my list of places to go still doesn’t even have a dent in it 🙈
In collaboration with @se_railway, I was able to knock one off the bucket list (in the nicest way possible) and travel to beautiful Canterbury for the day last week ✨ not only did I have some gorgeous oysters, but indulged in a little bit of veggie snacking before going for a long and serene walk down by the outskirts of the city wall. .
This is BEETROOT hummus @thegoodsshed_ was so bright and pink! I love beetroot, and instead of serving regular hummus, this is a fun way to spice things up. I especially loved the pomegranate seeds dazzling on top - never too many in my opinion as they were little bursts of sweetness with the earth hummus.
If you have a day this summer (or really anytime), Canterbury is so so beautiful and filled with quaint old houses down little narrow streets, and beautiful blossoming flowers ✨ take the train down, its worth the trip 🤗