Robert Hallowell earned the nickname "the Kitchen Beautician" for his propensity for whipping up hair products for his celebrity clients out of what he found in their gardens, refrigerators and kitchen cupboards.
Now you don't have to live in Hollywood (or be Sharon Stone or Sarah Jessica Parker) to take advantage of Hallowell's hair recipes. Prawduct, his new line of hair products contains no artificial ingredients, is not tested on animals and treats hair gently while imparting body and shine. The products are formulated in herb garden and honey fruit "complexes" and cost about $7.50 each.
Buy prawduct shampoo, conditioner, spray and tonic at www.thekitchenbeautician.com.