3 Ways to Spice Up Your Hair Game

Spice up your hair
Written by emilyc

Want to spice up your hair game, but not into weave, wigs, or the commitment of a new haircut? Despite the fact that I dyed part of my hair emerald green last year, I get it. I’ve compiled three east ways to get the feel of a new ‘do without having to make any drastic moves.

Spice up your hair

Get gleaming hair the natural way. Concoct a hair tonic at home with spices you may happen to have in your kitchen. If you have dark hair, use 1 tablespoon crumbled sage or 1 sprig chopped fresh rosemary or a mixture of 1 teaspoon allspice, 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon, and 1/2 teaspoon ground cloves. If you have blond hair, use 1 tablespoon chamomile. Once you have your mixture together, pour 1 cup boiling water over the herb or spice mix, let it steep for 30 minutes, strain it through a coffee filter, and let it cool. Use it as a final rinse after shampooing, and your hair will glisten for days.

Or get gleaming hair the normal way, you know, with shampoo. Not just any shampoo, though. Herbal Essences Moroccan My Shine Shampoo and Conditioner contains a touch of luxurious argan oil to make dull hair extra soft and revitalized. It compelled me to wash my hair more than 3 times a week, which is really saying something. Plus, it doesn’t have that usual argan oil scent, which I think is great. Moroccan My Shine smells like a dream.

Look forward to bad hair days. Chetna Singh silk scarves make bad hair days chic and artistic. They’re such gorgeous works of art, I’d even cover up a fresh blowout to wear one. When you’re done adorning your hair with them, you may want to frame them on your wall. After all, the prints are reproduced on silk from original paintings by the artist. Get them at

Chetna Singh scarf

About the author


Emily is a New Yorker trapped in a Floridian's body and loves every minute of her big city life. With a major in international business and years of being surrounded by ill-fitting suits and all the wrong shoes, she learned that the importance of fashion needs to be communicated to the world. To her, fashion is on the same level as charity work and feeding hungry children. Emily can be found frolicking the streets of her gayborhood enjoying the off-color humor of the gays.

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