Natural hair dye lush

Made with all- natural ingredients, Marron is the perfect starter henna for those who want to go red, but aren't quite brave enough to take the plunge just yet.

Note: hair thickness and type (straight, curly, etc) will make a difference.
For super thick curly hair, order an extra packet.
Ex: Super Thick Curly Hair to Shoulder, Order 2 Packets.

Rājasthān Select Harvest™ Henna: Our Foundation for Natural Color Greatness.
Your hair will absorb and retain the greatest possible amount of Lawsone (Henna Pigment) with our signature Select Harvest™ product. Our premium henna fuses naturally to your hair protein and safely lasts for weeks. During the coloring process, natural agents condition the scalp, follicles, and shafts of hair. Your hair will rinse-out fuller, refreshed with bounce and reclaimed luster. Only Henna can provide this unique color & treatment combo — and we only sell the absolute best quality henna.

Chemicals in hair dye have been linked to a variety of very harmful effects. The use of hair dye has been linked to cancer, allergic reactions, and respiratory disorders. You also have to be careful of hair dyes marked as “natural” because they even contain hazardous chemicals such as resorcinol, ammonia or peroxide, and PPD, even if it is a reduced amount. PPD damages the DNA of human cells and often causes allergic reactions. Evidence has shown that those who use hair dye are at an increased risk of developing Hodgkin’s lymphoma, multiple myeloma, and leukemia.

Hair color was traditionally applied to the hair as one overall color. The modern trend is to use several colors to produce streaks or gradations, not all work on top of a single base color. These are referred to as:

We found that tweaking a variation of our Natural Black formula (adding some additional henna and blending in some light reflective conditioners) we could get a glorious dark chocolatey brown. This color captures all the cool depth of the Natural Black, yet still warms the hair with its mocha rich browns.

Many salons use professional hair care brands that don’t test on animals. The most popular ones are Kevin Murphy and Paul Mitchell . As for professional hair dye, Pravana is the best cruelty-free dye. Ask your salon owner what brands they use, and pick a place that opts for cruelty-free brands.

Now let’s see the procedure in detail
Normally all spas use 4 steps of the treatment using various products and I followed the same only with natural ingredients
Now the first procedure of oiling.

We do not test our finished products on animals. We also only purchase from ingredient suppliers who do not test on animals. Learn more about our values.

watching this with interest.

I am 38, only recently ( within the last yr) got a a few grey hairs. I tried one semipermanent colour ( the name of which I forgot but I think maybe Garnier) which worked well.
A few weeks ago tried a L'Oreal one which was a disaster. Orange overtones and my hair has been like straw ever since... sorry... hijacked thread... but at least bumped to the top ;-)

If you have naturally blonde hair, congratulations--you’re one of the only 2% of the world’s population that does. [1] But blonde hair can also begin to darken over time. If you want to keep your hair its blonde color as long as possible, there are a number of methods, both natural and commercial, to help you.

LUSH’s Henna Hair Dyes are perfect for anyone wanting to boost their hair’s natural shine or add a gloss of color with subtle shades of red, brown and black. Henna can be used on all types and textures of hair. Henna covers the cuticle of the hair, varnishing it with rich color, all while maintaining the natural structure of the hair shaft. Unlike chemical hair dye, LUSH’s henna hair dyes do not penetrate the inner layer of the hair (called the cortex) which means that the hair retains its moisture and flexibility. Henna is not one-size-fits-all color; the result depends entirely on the original color of the hair before application.

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Chemicals in hair dye have been linked to a variety of very harmful effects. The use of hair dye has been linked to cancer, allergic reactions, and respiratory disorders. You also have to be careful of hair dyes marked as “natural” because they even contain hazardous chemicals such as resorcinol, ammonia or peroxide, and PPD, even if it is a reduced amount. PPD damages the DNA of human cells and often causes allergic reactions. Evidence has shown that those who use hair dye are at an increased risk of developing Hodgkin’s lymphoma, multiple myeloma, and leukemia.