My Hair is My Mane, Studio B is the Name | Waimea, Big Island

People always ask me, “Where do you get your hair done?” They love the highlights, color, and cut. After many years I was so delighted to come across Roanne, from Studio B Salon in Waimea.

Her gentle, caring nature was like a magnet to my spirit. Her scalp massage transported me into a deep state of utopia.

Here Are 5 of My Favorite Hair Hacks:

  1. My hair soaks up my favorite leave-in conditioner, Milkshake. The smell is delicious; I could eat my hair!
  2. Smash an avocado on your hair, massage it all over your head and even on your face. Then let it sit there for 30 minutes, wow the glow and softness will be your secret beauty tip for only you to share with your closest sistas!
  3. Pure olive oil. Yes, soak it up the way the ancient Egyptians did. Lather and leave for 30 minutes or longer then rinse.
  4. For natural highlights, squeeze lemon or lime juice into your hair and play in the sun. It gives a natural, golden glow to your hair.
  5. I have long hair, so it is easy for me to braid it into a French braid. I make a very tight braid when it is damp after I wash my hair. I then will sleep with the braid. In the morning I just untangle it and bam, frizzy, poufy locks!

When you put on your slippas and walk out da door… may your hair echo enthusiasm for life and the new opportunities that await you in da beautiful island!

Enjoy This Yoga Pose:

Cobra Pose

Satori’s Tip: This exercise is highly recommended for people with a stiff or painful lower back. These backbend-type poses are therapeutic for lower back pain and general stiffness. Feel the joy.

Allow your body and chin to fold gently towards the floor. Inhale deeply as you lift your upper body keeping your hands and elbows tucked in. Shoulder blades are engaged, and the chest expands (arms are straight for upward facing dog pose or bent for cobra pose).

Relax your lower back as you support the pose with your belly. Move your chest further upward with every inhalation, keeping your shoulders relaxed. You may want to look over your right shoulder for a few moments and then the left and be aware of how good it feels.


  • Increases range of motion and flexibility in the spine
  • Therapeutic for healthy structure of spinal vertebrae
  • Strengthens the spinal muscles
  • Stretches chest and lungs, shoulders, and abdomen
  • Firms the buttocks
  • Stimulates abdominal organs
  • Helps relieve stress and fatigue
  • Opens the heart and lungs
  • Therapeutic for asthma

I am excited to keep you updated on the most popular and recent Hawaii real estate listings and opportunities for your life, here in paradise. Contact me at, and it will be my pleasure to welcome you to Hawaii.

One Life!
Satori Ebedes
Realtor (S)

About the Author

Satori Ebedes

Satori Ebedes is a REALTOR Salesperson with Hawai'i Life. Excellence is the result of caring more than others think is wise, risking more than others think is safe, dreaming more than others think is practical and expecting more than others think is possible. Satori understands that real estate is more than just a transaction, it’s a life changing experience here in Hawaii. She takes great pride in the relationships she builds and always works persistently on clients behalf to assist them achieve their real estate goals through her exceptional and personalized service. With two decades of experience, Satori specialized in the high end luxury real estate market in South Florida, property management and vacation rentals. Satori migrated west from South Africa over 20 year ago to South Florida, through Sedona and ultimately settled down on the Big Island of Hawaii, where she fell in love with the “Aloha Spirit”. She has also travelled to over 15 countries and brings a global perspective that guides her to unite the gap in the diverse real estate market in Hawaii. On her journey she has discovered how important it is to bridge a healthy lifestyle by living in a beautiful environment. Satori is focused on luxury lifestyle properties and her motto is “One Life”. You can email me at or via phone at (808) 333-2127.

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