For 100% grey coverage mix with 1N to 8N!
Discover the secret of beautifully colored hair with Herbatint, a hair dye specially formulated from herbal extracts and plantadrige proteins. Gives the hair a deep natural shine and beauty.
NO AMMONIA NO PARABENS
NO PERFUME ONLY 3% HYDROGEN PEROXIDE
NO ALCOHOL VERY NATURAL RESULT
NO RESORCINOL 100% GREY COVERAGE
This product does contain PPD.
Herbatint is formulated with a minimal amount of pharmaceutical and chemical ingredients which combined with the extracts of plants and herbs form a unique hair dye formula that not only dye the hair carefully, but also nourishes and protects it.
No ammonia: Specially formulated from herbal extracts and vegetable proteins, such as rosemary, kinabast and walnut peel to the coloring carefully to apply and thus a natural shiny result for your hair to achieve.
Not harmful to the hair: Because of its unique composition Herbatint dyes the hair without damaging it, resulting in a natural subtle color that not only looks good, but also in hair that feels good. The Aloe Vera in Herbatint prevents irritation of the hair and scalp. It also cares for the skin and stimulates Aloe Vera the hair at the root.
Herbatint is naturally translucent, which accentuates your hair with a healthy shine and light reflection, in contrast to the unnaturally opaque colour often associated with chemical hair dyes.
How do I dye grey hair?
Grey hair has no pigment. To fully cover grey hairs, use should be made of a natural colour, the colours 1N to 8N. These colours cover the grey hairs in one go. If desired, the natural colour can be combined with another colour. Then mix 1/2 of the N colour with 1/2 of the chosen shade. This can easily be done with the Herbatint paint kit. Only 50% of the N colour is sufficient for grey coverage.
Can hairs be dyed after they have been treated with henna?
Treatment with henna results in the formation of an impenetrable coating around the hair. This makes it impossible to say what happens to the hair when it is dyed. No advice and no guarantee can be given for this.
How do I get an optimal gold colour?
For an optimal gold colour, a colour from the 7D, 8D, 9DR or 10DR series is combined with a colour from the 8N, 9N or 10N series. Please note that 8N is used for a grey cover, as the colours 9N and 10N do not cover the grey.
How to colour the hair a shade lighter?
Because of the low percentage of hydrogen peroxide it is not possible to colour hair lighter with Herbatint. This requires a very high percentage of hydrogen peroxide which can be harmful to the hair. the hair must first be bleached. Lighting up with Herbatint is only possible on undyed, natural hair, but even then Herbatint can become lighter by a maximum of 1 to 2 shades.
How to colour the hair darker?
With Herbatint, blonde hair can easily be coloured brown or black. For the first treatment a colour is used that is 2 to 3 shades darker than the original hair colour. This treatment is then repeated with 2 to 3 shades darker than the hair colour obtained after the previous treatment. Keep repeating until the desired result is achieved. Because Herbatint is not harmful to the hair, these treatments may take place on 1 day.
The colour has turned green, what should I do?
It can happen that a colour green turns out to be wrong. This is because the colour can start stacking when used frequently. Therefore, it is important that when you repeat the dyeing first paint the outgrowth and only later paint the rest of the hair. this is described in detail in the instructions for use of Herbatint. Wash the hair with an anti-dandruff shampoo to remove the color from the hair and then use a vegetal color, a washable coloring. For a green result, always use a counter colour of 1 colour lighter: Vegetal with a red shade (7R or 8R).
Can I use Herbatint during pregnancy?
It is not recommended to dye with a permanent hair colour during pregnancy. However, with Herbatint there are fewer risks, especially due to the lack of ammonia.
I am allergic to ammonia. Can I use Herbatint?
Research has shown that 85% of people who experienced an allergic reaction to ammonia with other hair colourings did not suffer from this with Herbatint. However, it is recommended to first do an allergy test.
Can I use Herbatint on my beard?
It is not recommended to use Herbatint on the face. Never use Herbatint around the eyes, not for eyelashes and eyebrows.
I have colored my hair with Herbatint but the color has not caught well. What can I do?
If the colour does not grab well, more colouring agent should be used than fixing agent in proportion. So instead of using a ratio of 1 to 1, use only 50% fixing agent and 100% colouring agent.
Laureth - 5: Surfact & Amulsifying Agent
Propylene Glycol: Moisturizer, Attracted Water - GRAS (generally recognized as safe) For Addtion To Foods
Water: Demineralized, Deionized Water
Peg 2 Oleamine: Emulsifying Agent
Ethanolamine: Emollient & Adjusts PH
Walnut Extract: Extract - Astringent, Dark Coloring
Rhubarb Extract: Extract - Relieves Scalp Irritation, Yellow Coloring
Cinchona Extract: Extract - Tonic, Astringent/Antiseptic
Aloe Barbadensis: Plant Extract
Meadowfoam Extract: Plant Extract
Bitch Extract: Plant Extract
Cetrimonium Chloride: Conditioner
Echinacea Angustifolia: Plant Extract
Hamamelis virginiana: Plant Extract
Sodium Sulfite: Preservative Agent
Ascorbic Acid: Preservative Agent
Tetrasodim EDTA: Salt Used For Thickening - Approved For Use In Foods
M-O-P Aminophenol: Coloring
2 Amino 3 Hydroxypiridine: Coloring
Developer (White bottle)
Water: Demineralized, Deionized Water
Glycol: Humidity Retainer/Emollient
Hydrogen Peroxide: Lightener For Hair, GRAS For Use In Food
Etidronic Acid: Stabilizer
Centrimonium Chloride: Counteracts The Effects Of Hard Water & Improves Product Performance.