This special plant powder is made up of a diverse selection of Ayurvedic plant powders, such as henna, amla, reetha, shikakai, brahmi, kapoor kachli, neem, indigo and orange peel. It dyes the hair in a red tone depending on the natural hair colour:
- copper red on light brown hair
- intensive red on medium brown hair
- copper tints on dark brown/black hair
- light red on blonde hair
The mixture is perfect for treating damaged, stressed and fragile hair while also counteracting hair loss. The Ayurvedic blend has regenerative, strengthening and revitalising properties.
The powder has an extremely fine consistency and forms a creamy, soft and clump-free paste when mixed with water. The uniform cream is easily applied and rinsed.
The product is 100% natural and contains 2.65% Lawson.
- Mix a sufficient amount of the powder with hot water and 1/2 glass of vinegar or lemon.
- Cover the bowl and let it rest for 12 hours.
- The paste can also be mixed with boiling water and applied immediately.
- Apply to perfectly clean and dry hair.
- Leave on for 1-3 hours then rinse thoroughly.
- Follow up with a small amount of ciónditioner should the hair feel particularly dry.
INFORMATION ABOUT HERBAL HAIR COLORS & POWDERS
When using herbal hair colors and powders, some basic things to consider are:
- Herbal hair colors to fit like a film around each hair, which is why your natural hair color significantly influences the results.
- Dyeing a test strand is strongly recommended!
- Using plant-based dye on chemically colored hair can lead to unexpected results. Again, make sure you sample color a test streak!
- Bleached or lightened hair is very responsive to herbal hair colors and powder: the colors could be more intense or could react with the chemical color to produce a green, blue or even purple color.
- Basically it is not recommended to use the natural dyes with bleached or lightened hair as the color results could have extreme deviations
- Please visit a competent hairdresser familiar with herbal hair colors if you would like to use the dye on bleached or lightened hair.
- Herbal hair colors cannot make your hair lighter or bleach it. Only chemical colors can lighten your hair color.
- Plant powder hair colors such as Senna, Cassia, Jerusalem thorn, etc., are simple to use and require no special measures.
- When dying chemically treated, permed, or chemically dyed hair, make sure to test a strand of hair first!
Herbal hair colors and powders should be mixed only in a bowl/ with utensils made of glass, ceramics or wood, as these natural products react with metal and can therefore lead to undesired color results.