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Victoria
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Oh, dear.  I don't know if I want carrot orange.


I don't know what is available in the part of Europe that RhodaMarie lives in, but here in the States, there is a wide array of choices with henna colors.  I have had very good luck using the neutral henna, or mixing neutral henna with one of the blond henna shades.  When I use only blond henna, it makes my hair a touch too strawberry toned.

All our health food stores carry natural henna in bulk, and the shades include black, brown, mahogany, chestnut, blond and neutral.  There are also packaged hennas (mixed with herbs to give more variety) that offer several shades of blond and several shades of the browns and red tones, including copper, etc.  I love henna.  It can be drying if used too often, but in moderation, it makes the hair shine wonderfully.

I like Aubrey non coloring Henna Shampoo, also.  It helps to keep that shine on the hair.



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speaking of hair...I too have noticed lots of black hair growing on my crown since being on the Hunter diet and I had none in that area for over 13 years....my razer has been busy these last 6 months


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Cool!

I have a few greys in my bangs.  I don't mind them.   Just one of the marks of motherhood.


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I don't mind a few grays, but as they are getting more, & look ugly on me, I have been using mascara around my face area. I don't have to get every single hair, but I want to decrease those gray ladies! My hair also gets frizzy in that area & the weight of the mascara helps control that. I sure hope the diet stops the progression, which isn't that bad for my age.  I keep hearing stories of reversal, but it takes lots of time.


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suzedgar...SOD = superoxiddismutase a very potent anti-aging and anti-
oxidant ..... helps really for skin, hair and even against brain dammage by aging.....I saw therefore some reports about it here in Zrich, sorry can't give you the link...I don't possess it anymore ...
btw..yep i also know that Fo-Ti should help in case of hairthinning problems, or hairloss ..... will give a try soon, but will first test it out on myselve if I am compatible with it


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Quoted from Amazone I.
suzedgar...SOD = superoxiddismutase a very potent anti-aging and anti-
oxidant .....

Can A's take that Isa also?  I've seen the SOD is derived from liver.  

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I'm allergic to hair dyes/colorings.  I once used a temporary coloring and was playing volleyball at a family reunion.  My husband said the dye was running and that I looked like I didn't wash my neck.    I wanted to hide and I never colored my hair again.  I had my hair cut in long layers and the silver/gray blended in very nicely.  I had many compliments.  Now my hair is white and I kid you not, at least once a week, if not more, a stranger will remark on how pretty my hair is.
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One more haircut for me and I won't be a red head anymore.   Or what's left of it, that is.  My hair is short to begin with and I wanted to see how much white I do have mixed in with dark brown.

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I'm sure my fair is goinf darker since stopping using chemicals on my hair, recently started using chlorine filter too, lus swami diet so looking forward to see what happens although i have doen something recently that has made scalp a bit flaky, not sure how long it takes to cure this. possibly a Candida thing. time scale from someone would be nice

I have copper pipes inour house and had become very grey, but also a lot of chlorine and fluoride i think. but pretty sure the shampoos and chemical did the damage - was having at least one showere a day for 25 years and sometimes two when at the gym, actually sometimes i was at the gym 5 days a weeks so 2 showers a day - funny how you forget and them remember things. lol aluminium!


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Quoted from Ribbit
Cool!

I have a few greys in my bangs.  I don't mind them.   Just one of the marks of motherhood.


Well I'm sure glad my son is going to be born in the next couple weeks than. I have had grey hairs for the past 3 years already! lol

Two months ago I dyed it back from the blonde I had it as. I'm naturally a brunette. So here goes the no more coloring for me. I will see how long I can go without adding color. I would love for the gray... that are actually more like white to turn back to a color. Re-pigmentation would be awesome! I also have white patches on my skin that showed up 3 years ago too. I hope those get re-pigmented as well!!!



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I think my hair is getting darker since going Hunter....
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i have been a bottled red sence i was thirteen. it suits both my coloring and my personality so well that people are always surprised when i tell them that is not my real color. i don't even really remember what my natural color was. i remember natural highlights of every color, thought about going back but 1 i love being red 2 i don't remember what my color was!
and people do love my hair. i have been stoped literally in my tracks more than once by some stranger in a store how suddenly had a fist full of my long hair in their hands for close exsamination/ and a good feel. i use hemp shampoos and conditioners and my hair is thick and soft, the envy of most of my freinds and probly my best feachter other than my eyes.


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Battle dwarf, that's awesome. Very lucky to have healthy hair. Thank your genes for sure!

I've dyed my hair so many different colors over the years and people are surprised now when they find out that this is actually my natural color. Being a brunette suits me and makes my eyes seem that much greener.

I just hope to get rid of my white hairs and not have them multiply anymore! lol


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http://www.naturalnews.com/028709_gray_hair_He_Shou_Wu.html

I've been gray since my mid-20's and totally gray for about 10 years now. If excess hydrogen peroxide is the cause then I am happy to be gray. Hopefully that excess HP is at work fighting any cancer cells that even think about having their way!


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shortage of copper may result in gray hair as well


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The more I stick to my diet, the more my grey hairs go away. I don't have that many, but those few disappear.




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shortage of copper, we have copper pipes throughout the house, the copper must get eaten up somewhere along the way to my hair. lol

mine getting less grey too now though, I was going to rip all the pipes out, perhaps i won't now. that saved me a fortune thanks Lola


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I had my hair cut in long layers and the silver/gray blended in very nicely.  I had many compliments.  Now my hair is white and I kid you not, at least once a week, if not more, a stranger will remark on how pretty my hair is.


I've been going gray for at least 20 years now. I dyed it for awhile but really hated the way it looked and felt so for the last 8 years or so have been going natural. I'm not 100% white yet, more like 50%, but with layers and the curl it blends in nicely and I too get many complements on my hair. The gray has not changed a bit with the BTD or SWAMI but that's ok. My hair is less dry and I think I shed less now too.




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Such a surprise I noticed yesterday!!

My hubby (have to get used to this name  ) has grey hair since his early twenties..
Grey, and that is completely light grey! Beautiful colour btw..  

But now it comes.... Yesterday I noticed black hairs between the gray hairs.. Astonishing!!
Hans is on his O-Hunter diet since 2 years now and skin and weight  improved enormously, and now his hair is turning black again!!  

What a good diet, new relation, in short a healthier life does to your body and hair!

I will keep an   on his hair...  

Have anyone of you experienced something similar??

Hope to hear some stories!

Cocky


Hmmm, at least he HAS hair to turn a color!  




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So exciting to hear the good news!!  I had wondered if the BTD would affect hair color!  I'm excitedly waiting to see!!

In the meantime, I had found "changes" by tints of nature.  It doesn't dye your hair, it's a semi-permanent, so it just fades, and doesn't leave roots.  I love the results.  Doesn't change the texture of my hair like peroxide based dyes would.  It feels very natural and shiny, and the greys are tinted like I got highlights.


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I will say that in the last year not eating the BTD diet. The white hairs have increased dramatically. I notice new ones every morning even when I pull them out the day before. Now that I am back on the diet, I will keep my eye on this. Very interesting!
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i have been stopped literally in my tracks more than once by some stranger in a store how suddenly had a fist full of my long hair in their hands for close examination/ and a good feel.


Is that a local custom in Arkansas?     Also, what does "a good feel" mean?


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