• Natural Hair Color Black

Natural Herbal Black Hair Color 


All Natural Botanical Vegetable Hair Color Products

Suitable for light to medium blonde hair - Non Lightening

Enjoy healthy, glossy hair colored to a fresh and lively shade using Herbal Hair Colors. Whether you want only to add depth or a subtle nuance to your existing color, or to change your hair color altogether, Herbal Hair Colors can do the job. And do it without attacking the natural structure or native color 


Chemical hair colors aggressively remove natural pigments from the interior of the hair shaft, and replace them with synthetic dyes. In this way, your initial hair color can be completely changed. However, since natural hair pigments have a stabilizing effect on overall hair structure, repeated chemical color treatments can make hair fragile and lifeless.

Herbal Hair Colors penetrate only into the outer, scaly layer of the hair shaft, giving a coating of color over this outer layer. The natural pigments of your hair shine through this color layer. Your new hair color results from the combination of your initial color with the applied hair color layer.

The botanical ingredients strengthen the hair and give it naturally enhanced volume. The extra shine results from the smoothing effect the hair color layer has on the outer layer of the hair shaft. This increases the light reflected off the hair, which produces the typical glossiness and shine of hair colored with a Herbal Hair Color.

Herbal Hair Colors contain only 100% natural coloring and conditioning ingredients. The colorants used include certified organically grown henna, cassia, walnut, buckthorn, indigo, hibiscus, rhubarb, rhatany, coffee, curcuma, and beetroot. We grind these ingredients to a very fine consistency, and then mix in powdered wheat protein and jojoba for added conditioning benefits. We also add a bit of algin to improve the texture of the color mixture, and some essential oils to improve the fragrance.

Herbal Hair Colors do not contain FD&C colors, Alcohol, Ethanolamine, Propylene Glycol, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Parfum, p-Phenylendiamine, Resorcinol, m-Aminophenol, p-Aminophenol, Hydroquinone, 4-Chlororesorcinol, 1.5 Naphtalenediol, 2-Amino-4-Hydroxyethylaminoanisole-Sulfate, 4-Amino-2-Hydroxytoluene, I-Naphtol, p-Methylaminophenol Sulfate, 2 Methylresorcinol, N-Phenyl p-Phenylenediamine Sulfate, Hydrogen Peroxide, diaminobenzene, resorcin or anything other than what is mentioned in the ingredient list. This product is truly all natural.

A Herbal Hair Color combines with your individual hair color and hair structure to produce an individual color result not completely predict-able. Fine or very light hair typically binds the hair color quicker and more intensively than thicker or darker hair. Consult with your hair stylist if you have questions about categorizing your hair structure and color.

How does this product differ from permanent hair dyes or semi-permanent hair dyes? This product does not contain any chemical that can lift and deposit a color into the hair shaft. Therefore it can not lighten hair. Rather, it acts more like a hair stain, staining the outer hair shaft. Since proteins in the hair differ from natural born hair color and gray hair strands, the process of staining the outer hair shaft can present a challenge for some. This product is recommended for those who have more than just a few of gray hair.

Herbal Hair Color designed a pre-color application that is called Color-Plus. By applying this first before applying the color, it will help the color to stain or adhere better to the hair shaft. It will also remove hair styling products and deep clean the scalp. After processing this first step completely, washing and towel drying the hair, you may begin on this product. Which ever shade you choose, you may leave on the hair for up to an hour or more, depending upon how much gray you have. Shades with more red will most likely adhere to the gray hair better.

Results can differ upon coverage and how much red tone you will have. Light Blonde shades and deep black or blue black shades do not seem possible however.

What if you have allergies to PPD hair dyes and aren't sure about using a henna? We can understand any caution you would consider. Allow us to re-assure you that using this brand of henna or other henna we offer here at Natural Solutions, is not the same.

Herbal Hair Color is not a dye and contains only henna and natural plant extracts such as roots and barks. This does not mean you may not have an allergy to henna or the other plant ingredients. So before applying, make sure you take a moment and due a skin test. For sure, reducing the amount of ingredients in your hair care will certain help you overall, and that is why Herbal Hair Color should be a good product to consider replacing your current permanent or semi-permanent hair dyes.

How does Herbal Hair Color work? They color your hair in a gentle, yet long-lasting way. Unlike chemical methods, they do not penetrate the hair shaft, but coat the outside of each hair shaft with a protective, volumizing layer. The color layer reflects light, making your hair shinier, and also smooths over the roughened exterior of the hair shaft, making your hair more manageable.The results are expressive colors, glossy good looks, and increased volume. Every detail is enclosed with each box of Herbal Hair Color. This includes how to mix, how to prepare your hair before coloring, applying, process time, what to do after, and how to make your color last. Each box contains: hair color powder, instructions, and protective gloves. We recommend that you read our Natural Makeup Advice area and view the questions and how to's under Logona Henna Q&A. Check below for the appropriate hair color for you!

Many users achieve unique and beautiful color results by mixing two or three hair colors together. Especially in the red and brown color ranges all imaginable nuances are possible. Mixtures of golden blonde and Sahara produce many variations in the golden to reddish range. Also common among many users is to mix a small amount of Henna Black into a base of Mahogany, Chestnut Brown, or Walnut Brown to darken the color result.

How to Use

Perform a strand test on a less visible piece of your hair to determine how long to leave the colour in. Next, give your hair a preparation treatment with Colour Plus hair mask to cleanse it of any styling product residues and encourage the colour to adhere to the hair strands more effectively.

Stir approximately 300 ml of boiling water into the herbal powder in a heatproof bowl to achieve a creamy consistency. To deepen the colour result use hot black tea, brewed coffee or red wine in place of the water. Protect your clothing by placing a towel around your shoulders. Wear the enclosed gloves.

Leave mixture to cool to a comfortable temperature and then apply it thoroughly all throughout your hair, avoiding getting it on your skin. Cover the hair with a warming cap and wrap it in a towel, as your body heat will encourage the colour to penetrate deeper.

Let it soak in for the amount of time determined by your strand test. Longer applications always lead to a more intensive coloration. Rinse your hair thoroughly and wash it once more in order to remove all traces of the Herbal Hair Colour. Use Logona Colour Conditioner to treat your hair. Dry and style your hair as usual.



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Natural Hair Color Black

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