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 5 months 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 9 months ago
I have used the brun but found it was a bit dark so used the marron but that was to red!! I love the way lush henna makes my hair soft so was not going to give up using it....so I decided to mix half brun half marron and oh my goodness the colour is amazing it's a golden brown red colour now looks so natural..and I have a least 50 percent Gray and it's not gone orange at all on the Gray just golden highlights...use lush henna fluff conditioner afterwards..
About 1 month ago
I’ve been using Brun Henna for ages so I’m delighted I’m able to buy it again! I find it very easy to apply. I also find a bar lasts for ages. I cover the bathroom floor with old towels but not much drops onto them. I grate how much I need (certainly not the whole bar!) and then mix with warm/hot water and a bit of conditioner. I apply the mixture to wet hair as I find this easier with my hands (I’ve never used gloves as there’s no staining on my hands). I then put on a towelling turban and leave it on for 4/5 hours (the timing isn’t crucial).Read More
2 weeks ago
About 2 weeks ago
Be prepared, this takes hours to work!!!! and id have to say no part of the process is enjoyable in any way, but in the end the result is very pretty. I would say this is for people who want to just enhance their natural shade or add very subtle streaks and colour, the effect is really natural and takes so long to work that you won't end up with anything too drastic, it also works perfectly as a hair treatment.
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