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  1. Speaking as someone who JUST got glutened from hairspray 2 months ago -- I would not take the risk, particularly on my wedding day. It was a bad one too -- I was rough for a week at least and bloat, sore tired, the works. There are a few gluten-free hairsprays around, I would ask my stylist to just use one I had brought to the salon.
  2. Just thought I would chime in on this (very) old post since its been bumped so much today. I use wella demi perm (can be purchased at Sally Beauty Supply) and Feria conditioner afterwards. I too had to switch to gluten-free cosmetics/shampoo (which resolved some of my hair loss and all the scalp sores) and have not had trouble with this colour. As far as I know Wella and Feria are still gluten-free
  3. The only thing I wonder about is the tocopheryl. I'm not sure I've fully grasped the concept of which one is safe and which ones are not safe. Patti, could you share the brand you use? I'm also looking for gluten-free face cream
  4. Hello just wanted to post a bit of a public service announcement, I'm new to the gluten-free lifestyle and have seen quite a few posts around the internet regarding Tarte cosmetics and the fact that they were mostly gluten free. I decided to email the company anyway to confirm, and they replied that they are not a gluten free company and did not answer any of my questions regarding the ingredients list that is supposed to be available on their website Just a warning to all. The message is posted below. Hello, Thank you for contacting tarte cosmetics customer service. We do apologize, we are not a gluten free brand therefore we do not provide a gluten free list of products. Thank you.