Henna Hair Colour
Rouge up your hair with pride and paint the town red. Fiery hues blaze against your own natural hair colour, picking out light shades and lifting them higher. Rise from the ashes with vibrant red tones and soft, glossy locks. To really make Rouge shine, get yourself to a sunny spot and let the sunlight dance in your hair.
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 7 months ago
I LOVE Lush Henna. I've probably been using it for two and a bit years now.
I broke up with my partner at the time and naturally wanted to do something with my hair. I'm naturally light mousy brown which goes a little bit blonde in the sunshine. At the time I'd been dying my hair a chocolate brown(ish) colour with box dye, but it was never really that great. I'd heard about Lush Henna and bought it entirely on a whim - second best decision I've EVER made (the first being splitting up with said partner!).
Sparkly pink jellyfishy
About 1 week ago
this isn't henna - its magic fairy dust that has been squished into blocks!
I use three blocks or rouge and one block brun and leave it on for an hour to get the most beautiful copper red hair I've ever had! it doesn't damage your hair like box dyes do, there's no harsh chemicals, and when I wash it out my noggin feels clean as a whistle and I can't find any frizz or split ends, unlike when I used to dye my hair.
1 week ago
About 1 week ago
I have been using henna to dye my hair for a while now but this is the first time that I used Lush caca henna. OMG I just love it and will not go back to my old henna. There is a bit more hassle with melting it than just mixing powder with water but I think it's worth it. The color is vibrant but not fire engine red or orange (although results may vary as not every hair is the same). Also, hair is very soft - I guess thanks to cocoa butter. It was never like this with my old henna.Read More
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