Henna Hair Colour
A natural hair dye for locks as soft as melted cocoa. Henna welcomes you to a world of pure imagination, filled with lustrous locks that are sweet like chocolate. Indigo and ground coffee deepen your hair colour, coating your locks in a shiny chocolate frosting. If your hair is a light shade, try using Rouge or Marron first to create a base layer, then use Brun on dry hair as soon as the feeling takes you.
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 1 year ago
Even after reading reviews I wasn’t sure what to expect with this, but to be honest it turned out pretty much exactly how I wanted, so very pleased! I’m brunette but just wanted a nice autumnal change of my hair with an auburn tint. I bought one block, didn’t take me long at all to chop the block up and...
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About 8 months ago
Smell is so nice ....but you really have to have some knowledge before you start using henna first time, as the instructions are not very precise.
I normally have my hair professionally dyed but long time had not , so thought to try Lush Henna dye , years ago I had used hair henna so knew what to do ....
So firstly YOU DO NOT NEED ENTIRE BRICK for shoulder length or even longer finer hair only thick long hair requires full brick. I have waist length Not so thick hair - used half brick made a small pyrex bowl full for whole hair .
About 3 months ago
I decided to bleach my hair and then i dyed it Blue during lockdown with the hopes it would wash out. It didn't and started to go green with brown roots and some blond where the colour had washed out. It looked awful so i tried to dye it back brown and it ended up going swamp green. I searched online that i had to put red in my hair so i bought a red hair dye. It worked but then immediately washed out and my hair was going dark swamp green more and more. I didn't want to waste any more money on hair dye that wasn't working and mt hair was frazzled so I decided to try henna as a last resort.Read More
1 month ago
About 1 month ago
I have been using the Henna.From Lush for the last 3 years. In general I am very satisfied with it. I tried first the Marron colour, but my white hair turned very light so I switched to Brun. In the begining I didn’t get very well results but after contacting Lush they advised me to apply red first then brun and it worked very well on covering my white hair. I purchased the Henna from different shops while traveling (Spain, Geneva, Lebanon) and the Brun colour was perfect ! But recently I purchased it online from the UK store! And it’s just not working!Read More
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