Meet Jonell Galloway, a freelance writer and editor specialized in French cuisine.
2 weeks agoby jonell_gallowaySalt and Pepper Seasons: A Memoir of Many Flavors I had always been a spicy girl so it was normal that I put henna on my hair, but not on my hands. Of course, that’s just what I did, not knowing that Hindus only did Mendhikāfor for their weddings. I did it to spend time with the women in the spice plantations in the South of India. Little did I know that back home in France I’d be walking around for months with hennaed hands, wearing gloves to business meetings to cover it up. There are no henna removal products apart
1 week agoby jonell_gallowayThere once was a woman with green hair and she didn’t know what to do. All the hairdressers in town tried to fix her situation but they couldn’t put her hair back to auburn. This is her tale, and a long one it is. It started two years ago in Chartres, France. I took the henna mix that my regular hairdresser in Geneva made me to a new organic all-natural hairdresser up the street. She said, “no problem. I know everything there is to know about henna.” For those of you who don’t know about natural hair color, the one