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July is the peek of summer and everyone is trying to stay cool.

We recommend getting a haircut that doesn’t require a lot of styling using a hot blow-dryer. At Rapture Organic Salon we will help you determine the correct style for your hair type.

For Example… Is your hair is fine and straight? Your Challenge: Without teasing or hot rollers or upside-down blow-drying (you know the maneuver), your hair can feel like it's plastered to your head (and humidity doesn't help). Your Ideal Cut: A “bob” that’s angled slightly shorter in the back than in the front gives fine hair extra lift at the crown. Terry Craig recommends deep, side-swept bangs that can also help create the illusion of heft. Another advantage to a shorter cut: It's a lot easier to wash every day. If you have fine hair, you likely also have more hair follicles per square inch, which means more oil-causing sebaceous glands at roots that get greasy—and flat—without daily shampoos. You might want to consider a few highlights around your face. “Lightener causes the hair to swell up a bit, so it looks fuller,” says colorist Julie Craig. Steer Clear Of: Too much length. “ once fine hair gets below the shoulders, it’s almost impossible for it to hold any style,” says Terry Craig, he suggest layers only in moderation. A few long ones can add swing to your ends, but too many make fine hair look stringy. Your go-to products: Original Minerals Atonic Thickening Spray Original Minerals Rootalicous root-lift mousse So Pure Air-Foam is a lightweight volumizing product We also suggest…


What it does

Very gentle shampoo that stimulates the blood circulation and has a positive effect on hair growth as it revitalizes the scalp.

Why it works

Biotine and Red Ginseng stimulate the blood circulation, which helps strengthen the hair, resulting in shine and volume.


What it does

Invigorating leave-in lotion prevents thinning hair and stimulates the scalp’s cell metabolism through a unique combination of natural Red Ginseng, Caffeine and Biotin.

Why it works

The combination of natural Red Ginseng, Caffeine and Biotine in this leave-in lotion stimulates cell growth in the scalp, which prevents thinning hair.

What it does

A rich blend of essential oils, including Ginger and Lemon, enhances the rejuvenating aromatherapy experience.

Why it works

The zesty notes of Ginger and Lemon provide rejuvenating aromatherapy for an uplifting experience. Apply to your hair,scalp,or skin.

Haircuts for Thick Hair

Do you have thick bulky hair? Your Challenge: One drawback of thick locks is their monolithic character. We mean, with the wrong haircut your hairstyle for thick hair is going to look artificial and motionless. That’s why haircuts which reveal the ends and endow them with the feel of movement are extremely flattering for thick tresses. One-length haircuts should be avoided, while graded and progressive cuts with a shorter length around the crown and longer locks at the nape are going to make your hair look more dynamic. Products we suggest: SO PURE MOISTURIZING SHAMPOO

What it does

A rich shampoo that restores and regulates the natural hydration of the hair and scalp.

Why it works

Olive Oil and Shea Butter emollients restore the natural hydration and shine of the hair and scalp.


What it does

Lightweight cream that creates and encourages bouncy soft waves or curls and adds definition to naturally wavy, curly or permed hair. Gives smooth shine to dry ends Why it works

Enriched with organic Argan and essential oils.Vitamin A and E from the Argan oil strengthens hair and scalp.

Beat The Heat With Cooling Mint

Think mint belongs only in juleps and ice cream? Think again the most abundant herb in your backyard has an abundance of uses.

There are two main types of garden mint: peppermint and spearmint. Bright-green peppermint has smooth leaves and is stronger and sharper in flavor; spearmint is milder in both color and taste; its leaves are often slightly ruffled. Mint is best when snipped just before using. If you have mint in your backyard, keep snipping and using it; once it flowers or grows too tall, the leaves will toughen. Smaller, newer leaves tend to be more tender and flavorful, so keep your mint trimmed.

If you don’t have mint growing at your house, pick up the freshest leaves you can find from the closest farmers market. It will keep for about a week or so — place the bunch stems down in a glass or jar half-filled with water, and loosely cover with a plastic storage bag. Mint Watermelon and Blueberry Salad INGREDIENTS

1/3 cup extra virgin olive oil

  • 3 tablespoons fresh lime juice

  • 2 teaspoons kosher salt

  • fresh ground white pepper,

  • about 1/2 teaspoon salt

  • 1 medium seedless watermelon,

  • cut into 1-1/2 inch cubes,

  • 9 to 10 cups

  • 3/4 pound feta cheese, crumbled, 2-1/2 cups

  • 1-1/4 cups fresh blueberries

  • 1/2 small sweet onion, sliced

  • thin

  • 1 cup roughly chopped fresh mint

  • Preparation:Cut the watermelon into 1-1/2 inch cubes and place into a large bowl; add the blueberries, feta and onion. In a medium bowl whisk the olive oil, lime juice, salt, pepper and Tabasco together. Pour this over the salad toss gently. Give the mint a rough chop and sprinkle it over the salad.

  • Happy 4th Of July! Enjoy!

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