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 9 months ago
I've just used the Brun henna for the first time. I left the product on for 3 hours. I shampooed it out, conditioned and blow dried. I've now got the most gorgeous rich brown hair (my hair is dark brown naturally with a few greys) with warm highlights. Goodbye to chemical colours. Boxed colours were beginning to irritate my scalp...
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About 10 months ago
I have become allergic to synthetic dyes, and not wanting to go grey quite yet, I thought I would try Henna. I gave pre mixed henna a go for a while and the results were ok. A friend recommended LUSH so I gave the Brun a go. My pre grey hair colour is a very dark brown (nearly black) and how I have quite a lot of white in it too - probably half and half.Read More
About 3 months ago
I've been using Lush Henna Brun mixed with some Lush Henna Rouge (3 cubes Brun, 2 Rouge) for 3 years now.
I have naturally light blonde hair and had previously used a chemical auburn home hair dye. The Henna gives me a much better and longer lasting dark Auburn colour than the chemical dye ever did! It also keeps my hair in amazing condition!!
3 weeks ago
About 3 weeks ago
So top tip when using this dye. If you've had it bleached and used a blue tone dye on it to the point where your hair is stained blue or green.... avoid this shade...I had a little green tint in my hair from a prior dye job and decided to turn my hair brown with this.... instead my entire head went from a green tint to pure green everywhere. Turns out the indigo in this latched on more then the henna on my hair.... well at least i'm festive for Christmas. Luckily my mum is going to correct this using a red to cancel out the green.
This stuff is messy and stains so watch out .
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