Yarok “Feed Your Ends” Hair Magic!

May 2, 2014 | The Beautiful

summer beach
After spending last night on the beach in Malibu I am very sure that this summer is all about the sea and sand… which means it is all about hair conditioner.  The problem with conditioner after swimming at the beach: it leaves your hair a weighed-down, if not refreshed, mess. Today, Chantal Moore brings us the hear round solution to your natural hair conditioning for glamorously well-fed ends and a year-round amazing hair….that is vegan & gluten-free, too!


Yarok Feed Your Ends is a healthy, vegan, cruelty-free and gluten-free way to save your hair from heat styling this Summer. This all natural leave-in spray conditioner is made from nourishing botanicals, vitamins, minerals, and essential oils.  
All Yarok products are vegan & cruelty free, contain no alcohol, no parabens, and are free of sulfates. Yarok, which means “green” in Hebrew, is a company that cares deeply about the beauty in sustainability. Even their packaging is environmentally friendly. Yarok donates 3% of its annual profits to a non-profit group called The Pachamama Alliance that serves to protect and preserve millions of acres of land in the Amazon rainforest.
Learn more about Yarok and Feed Your Ends here.



chantal2012Chantal Moore works closely with some of the biggest names in music, fashion and film. Her beauty and makeup advice regularly appears in such magazines as InStyle and Glamour, and she has appeared on television as a beauty expert for E! Entertainment Television, The Style Network and Fine Living Network. In 2009, she became Beauty Editor for the online lifestyle magazine Tangerine Living. In 2010, Chantal appeared on the MSN.com Kellogg’s Special K-sponsored series The Victory Project as resident Beauty Expert. She also appeared on the  NBC series Fashion Star ,  lending her beauty expertise to the design team.

If you want to read much more of Chantal Moore’s genius tips and grounded, gorgeous beauty philosophy, you can watch videos of her in action on her website.  You can also keep up with her daily on Twitter and Facebook.

1 Comment

  1. maggie

    I destroyed my hair last year with a slew of bleaches and dyes…sounds like I need this.


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