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Khadi

Khadi Natural Henna Hair Dye Dark Blonde

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Natural hair dye that gives a dark ash blonde coloring to light to medium blonde hair. Not suitable for white and gray hair, in that case first colour with a different blond colour. 100gr

  • The selection can vary from 30 minutes to 1 hour.
    Probe for the probe that is used for working with the Jouw, which is best, is a Plukje (that uit the core of anew what I called the one who bent the capper) to test.

    Hoe longer the inwerktijd, hoe donkerder and intenser the kleurresultaat.
    Water at 50°C is used for optimum results.
    Roer 100gr haarverf plus 50g zout (stabilise the kleur) with warm water at 50°C to a dikvloeibare gelijkmatige pasta.
    Inwerktijd 30 - 60 minutes: Heat the pasta at 50°C to the hair, using plastic film/cap.
    Leave on:

    We would like to point out that the volume of silicone, silicone, silicone and structure is very high.
    Apply to water, handheld hair (do not use conditions before use).
    Uitspoelen with veel warm water.
    Used after the first shampoo, conditioner from Fohn lasted 1 to 4 days (high long, high fixed temperature).
    Gebruik has metals, Bakjes e.d.
    Hair that is with henna that cannot be bleached chemically.

    BDIH-certified, 100 gr.

     

    Ingredients (INCI):

    Indigofera Tinctoria leaf powder*, Cassia auriculata leaf powder*, Lawsonia Inermis leaf powder*, Punica Granatum bark powder, Uncaria Gambir extract, Cesalpinia Sappan wood powder, Cordia Dichotoma leaf powder*, Jatropha Curcas leaf powder, Juglans Nigra shell powder, Quercus Infectoria bile extract, Terminalia Chebula fruit powder*, Aegle Marmelos bark powder, Rheum Emodi root powder, Adhatoda Vasica leaf powder*, Aloe Barbadensis leaf powder* (*controlled organic cultivation)

     

     

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