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Also known as paraphenylenediamine, p-phenylenediamine, or 1,4-benzenediamine, PPD is an organic compound used in hair dyes, as well as in rubber chemicals, textile dyes and pigments. Manufacturers like it because it has a low relative toxicity level, high temperature stability, and chemical and electrical resistance. In other words, it helps the new color stay on your hair despite numerous washings, dryings, and stylings.

Now, consumers in the United Kingdom question the use of PDD, and a lawyer from Manchester launched a campaign to get it out of the shelves  [2] .

A reality check about using natural hair dye to cover gray. If you go into the process with realistic expectations you'll fair well, and so will your hair .

The product is precise, easy and clean to use. It absolutely masters the shimmer art. It is more hydrating and prismatic with a new drip-defying formula. You also get a feature of pro-touch applicator new aromatic scent makes your coloring experience more pleasant.

Factors affecting the colour result of a natural hair dye
Different hair structure and chemistry such as acidity levels in your hair effect the resulting colour.  For example some peoples hair goes coppery more easily than others. So one particular colour is not the same on everyone.
Because natural hair dyes are semi-transparent the colour you have underneath is going a show through to some extent. For example if your hair is bright red and you apply a brown colour on top of it - some of the red is still going to show through on the first application. Or if your hair is white or blonde and you put a dark colour on top of it may not immediately go dark. If you have stripes of grey the grey may still be a lighter colour. (Also grey hair has a unique structure which renders the colour differently to your none grey hair). Colouring your hair 2 or 3 times allowing at least 12 hours between each application will strengthen the colour.

A first-time customer, who had recently developed an allergy to PPD, called to ask whether any of our hair color products could guarantee 100% gray coverage. I gave her my usual spiel, which can be summed up in a word as “no.”

The NCI notes that some studies have found that hairdressers and barbers are at an increased risk of bladder cancer, potentially because of coloring chemicals. Other studies have found personal use of hair dyes could potentially increase the risk of leukemia and non-Hodgkin lymphoma, but results have been mixed.

As I mention in my ebook, DIY Organic Beauty Recipes , there are a few things you need to know before getting started. First, store bought shampoos usually have a pH level of around 5-6, which closely matches your hair’s natural pH. While this is a good thing, it is most often achieved using toxic surfactants such as sodium lauryl sulfate.

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1. Those using only 100% natural ingredients and botanical dyes

The best stockists we have found for these are Suvarna / Hair Naturals . These types of dyes cannot lighten hair and results aren’t as effective as using other methods, but their purity and strong 'free from' qualities appeal to many women looking for wholly natural alternatives. Radical changes – blonde to dark, for example – aren’t possible using natural dyes, but covering of partial grey hair can work well. All disclose their ingredients fully online.

Gillian: My favourite is Crawford Street Skin Care ( @crawfordst ), an independent outfit in Toronto that also retails online. It's effective and so natural you could eat it. I've also had success with Weleda's ( @Weleda ) spray deodorant.

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