Henna Hair Colour
The henna hair dye that bathes you in an autumnal glow. Turn heads with deep auburn and rich chestnut tones. Glimmers of red bounce from tumbling tresses under the light, helped along by a splash of lemon juice to lift out lighter shades. A dash of indigo herb and ground coffee deepen the colour.
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 4 years ago
My hair is an extremely dark brown - Some of my friends even argue that it's black. So full, pigmented colour has never been something that I'd be able to achieve without bleaching my hair and that is a reality that I've just always had to accept. My hair is also prone to damage.
As well as my hair being dark, it is extremely thick. So as far as I've seen, the negatives of semi-permanent hair dyes have always outweighed the positives - Thinning out my hair, drying it out and damaging my ends to no repair; and all for just a slight tint in my hair colour...
About 3 months ago
I've got very dark brown hair and have never dyed my hair in my life, so I've got what hairdressers like to call 'virgin hair', which is why colouring my hair in any way terrifies me in case it goes wrong! But after over a decade of staring wistfully at the henna bricks in Lush shops, and swearing I would do it every single summer, this year I decided to take the plunge with Marron to give me a bit of a chestnut sheen. My mum has a lot of past experience helping her friends henna their hair when she was younger so she agreed to help me with this, and I needed it!Read More
3 weeks ago
About 3 weeks ago
I love lush products, but this... I do not love.
Firstly cutting up that rock hard block of henna is so labour intensive. My poor aldi knife just wasn't up to it so I alternated between grating, which was doing sweet fa and stabbing it with my kitchen knife that was bending like a fish against the might that is this block of henna.
Once I'd finally managed to get it into smaller pieces I melted it down, which tbf wasn't that hard.
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