Ready to use 100% natural herbal Henna Hair coloring!
Take the guesswork out of mixing and provide a consistent blend every time. Enhance golden tones, Enrich red tones, perfect brown shades & deepen black shades. Works best to darken your hair not to lighten the color. As it contains no bleach. Blonde hair is suitable for all colors. But this product will not give much color change on Black hair (except greying hair). This is a permanent color from natural pigment with a built-in conditioner.
Key Ingredients: Phyllanthus Emblica (Indian Gooseberry) Powder, Theobroma Cacao Seed Butter, Chondrus Crispus (Carrageenan-Irish Moss), Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Powder
How to use: Short hair: Use 1 brick+1 tsp vinegar
Medium hair: Use 2 bricks + 2 tsp vinegar
Long hair: Use 3 bricks + 3 tsp vinegar
How to apply:
1) You will be applying the color mud to clean (unconditioned) damp hair.
2) The henna mud will stain your skin and clothing. Please wear dark color old tshirt or towel, something old you don’t care about before you apply it, protect your skin by using a thick balm or cream to create a barrier all around forehead ears and back of neck, avoid touching the hair.
3) Wear gloves when you apply the mud from front to back and roots to tips. If you have an old squeeze bottle with a tip use it. Roots take longer than the ends to color. start from the root down. Apply in sections. For long hair make little piles of hair on top of your head.
4)Allow to sit wrapped with old towels for 1-4 hours. If the mud dries out it stops coloring, so it may be necessary to spray with some water to dampen a bit during the coloring time. Excess product is safe to be disposed directly as it’s biodegradable.
5) Wash your hair with mild shampoo
Final results: Your results will take about a week to oxidize into their final color. Hair can appear brighter upon first rinsing out the mix. Do not be alarmed if you see red or copper tones in your hair, be patient and wait the week for colors to settle.
Covering grey hair might requires a 2-step process especially for dark color hair. You should wait minimum 72 hours for the first color to completely oxidize before proceeding to the next coloring