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Khadi

Khadi Natural Henna Hair Dye Black

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Black vegetable henna hair dye that gives a dark or black coloring to medium brown, dark brown and black hair. Not for grey, blond and light brown hair to color, in that case pre-color with henna red! 100gr

  • The application time can vary from less than 30 minutes to 2 hours, sometimes more than 4 hours for very dark hair.
    Try the best application time for your hair beforehand, use a tuft of hair (from your brush or take something with you when you have been to the hairdresser) to test.
    30 minutes to 1 hour: On very thin hair, the application time is shorter and the colour result somewhat lighter. The longer the application time, the more red shades.
    1 to 2 hours: On brown and black hair. A longer application time results in more red shades.
    3 to >4 hours: On very thick, dark and black hair, the application time can be longer.
    Do you want to make your hair a little darker without too many reds? Never let the product soak in longer, but apply it twice in a row with a short exposure time according to the maximum exposure times recommended above.
    Mix the hair dye with a liquid at a temperature of 50°C to a thick paste, at a higher temperature the colour becomes reddish.

    Be careful:
    Make sure your hair is completely free of silicone, dirt and buildup before dyeing.
    Do not use metal spoons, trays, etc.
    Hair dyed with henna cannot be chemically bleached.
    Before this Khadi hair dye is used on grey hair, a pre-colouring (pre-pigmentation) with Pure Henna Red is necessary to obtain optimal coverage!
    BDIH-certified, 100 gr.

    Ingredients (INCI): Indigofera Tinctoria (Indigo) - Lawsonia Inermis (Henna) - Emblica Officinalis (Amla) - Eclipta Alba (Bhringaraj) - Azadirachta Indica (Neem)

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