Henna Hair Colour


Henna your way to raven-black, glossy locks, then spread your wings and soar. Mysterious blue-black tones and inky shades are teased out by our darkest natural hair dye, Noir. Indigo herb creates a deep, midnight colour, while a pinch of red henna adds shine to your tresses. Noir works best on dark hair colours, so if you’ve got a lighter shade, try using Rouge or Marron first to create a base layer.

Red henna adds body and shine alongside a deep conditioning treatment. Fair Trade organic cocoa butter gently softens, getting your tresses in tip top condition. A henna treatment will develop differently depending on the individual tones unique to your hair, creating your own personal shade.

This natural hair dye coats each individual strand like a varnish, adding an extra layer of protection and a glossy coating. Safe and good for your hair, you can henna up as often as you like.

12 Ingredients
Natural colour agent
Fair Trade Whole Organic Clove
Spicy and stimulating
Conditioning and softening

*occurs naturally in essential oils.

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About 2 years ago

Please forgive the long review, but this product has had some bad reviews and I have I have had a love/hate relationship with Caca Noir. I started using it years ago when I was a full time student and had the time to spend making a mess for unpredictable results. The info promises blue/black tones… and after the first few times I used it, I realised that I couldn’t achieve that with my hair. I have long, fine, mousey brown / dark blonde hair. However my skin tone is far more suited to a dark, cool shade of brown / almost black.

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Erin Murray

About 3 months ago

I was an avid lush henna user years ago but after a while I couldn’t be bothered with the upkeep and just left my hair to grow out. After getting quite a drastic chop (from mid back to collarbone length) I decided I wanted a new colour to go with it. I am a naturally medium to dark brunette and wanted to go darker, hence why I went for Caca Noir. I’ve just blow dried my hair and I couldn’t be happier with the result. I used two blocks melted down, applied the henna with my hands and massaged it in like shampoo.

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About 1 day ago

I bought both rouge and noir as I used rouge as a base to hopefully make the noir colour more vibrant. However it didn’t quite go to plan, the results from caca rouge was brilliant, I had vibrant red hair which I didn’t expect on my light brow hair. I left it a day and then decided I would apply caca noir, while making the mixture, I used ground coffee to melt the brick rather than just boiling water because I’ve read that this makes the colour darker which I wanted. I applied this and left it in for 3 hours which gave me a massive headache.

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