100% Herbal Brown dye gives your hair a rich brown shade. The dye not only colours your hair, but also contains botanical extracts chosen to improve hair growth and scalp condition and can help in clearing up problems such as dandruff, itchiness and hair loss.
This shade dyes grey hair a reddish brown colour, which darkens with repeat applications, and non-grey hair a rich chocolate colour, depending on your application time. It looks lovely on hair that is ‘salt-and-pepper’ grey as the grey looks like vibrant highlights. To darken the grey cover you can mix Herbal Brown with Herbal Soft Black or Herbal Dark Brown, or add some extra indigo powder.
Note that this dye does not contain any bleach, so cannot lighten darker hair to this brown shade.
• 100 grams of dye powder, enough for one application on collar to shoulder length hair.
• the indicated colour is a guide, the final colour will vary depending on original colour, hair type, amount of grey hair, previous treatments and application time.
• the more you use the dye, the deeper and richer the colour will become.
• permanent to semi-permanent dye depending on your hair type, amount of grey hair and lifestyle.
• contains no bleach so cannot lighten your hair.
• certified organic.
It is not recommended to use this product on hair that has been bleached, or to bleach over this dye.
For best dye results and to preserve the colour in between dye applications we recommended that you use a clarifying shampoo before the dye application and a sulphate free shampoo to wash out the dye and in between dye applications.
100 grams is enough to dye collar to shoulder length hair, depending on hair thickness. You can mix up half a packet if you just want to dye your roots.
With your order you will receive 100g of dye powder, 1 pair of latex-free gloves, a detailed instruction leaflet, a 10 ml sachet of clarifying shampoo (for use before the dye application) and a 10 ml sachet of gentle shampoo (to use to wash out the dye after application).
Ingredients: Henna, Indigo, Amla, Shikakai, Brahmi, Bahera, Harad and Bhringraj.