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.
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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.Read More
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.Read More
1 day ago
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.Read More
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