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.
About 10 months ago
I was so fed up with my hair, it was looking so boring, and I decided to get the lush caca rouge and BOOOOOM! Changed my life! My hair is so shiny with this absolutely gorgeous colour, I love the smell of the product, the package the price, the service (I had a couple of questions about it) all 10...
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About 5 years ago
I use Caca Rouge all the time. It picks out my natural tones and highlights showing white hair as pure copper through to my very dark natural hair colour. The range of colour and condition that henna gives is amazing. The only change I will ever make is maybe to a Caca Marron or maybe Noir, but I will never use chemical hair dye it is not a patch on this hair colour. I even love the smell.
About 1 month ago
I'm a total convert! For a start there is limited options for red hair dye on the market and this turned out closer to the colour I wanted than I've ever got. It also didn't irritate my skin like normal dye. My hair feels so much thicker and healthier than before too.Read More
1 week ago
About 1 week ago
I'm naturally auburn. It's not something I've always loved but as I've gotten older I have embraced my ginger. But, with age comes changes and just as I have come to love my red hair it has started to get darker. Although it is still auburn it is 'browning out'. I've never died my hair but had been toying with the idea of henna shampoo for a few months as a halfway house. However one day a few weeks ago a colleague challenged my ginger status. That was the final straw and I decided to give henna a go. Now, I'm a chicken so it took me a while to get as far as going to lush.Read More
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