by Tasmin Blanchard
You’ve undoubtedly committed yourself to at least one resolution at this point. 2009 is the year of NO more excuses! Learn all the different ways YOU can be green in the new year with Tasmin Blanchard’s book, Green Is The New Black.
I must warn you that you may be compelled to own an angora bunny or buy less and better quality clothing. There are so many things we can do and that may not always be the cheapest but it is for sure the best.
The section involving beauty is small but chocked full of good information. There are even several recipes for diy beauty products. I went through a stage circa 1991/92 where I made many beauty things. My skin reaped the many benefits of making items from scratch if not every day, at least once in a while!
For all of you ladies who’d like to keep your skin looking good naturally without the homemade options, check out Green Is The New Black’s well deserved honorable beauty mentions: Burt’s Bees, Liz Earle, Lavera, Jane Iredale and Aveda.
How to Change the World with Style in ways you’ve never even thought of. Green is the New Black @ Amazon