Rainbow Research, Henna, 100% Botanical Hair Color and Conditioner, Persian Medium Brown (Chestnut), 4 oz (113 g)
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- 100% Organic
- No Chemicals or Preservatives Added
Rainbow Henna Coats each hair's shaft with color. Smooths and seals the hair's cuticle for greater shine. Texturizes hair and gives it body. Blends naturally. Fades gradually. Lasts 4-6 weeks.
Henna is an alternative to chemical hair colorings that are controversial to health considerations. Henna comes from small shrubs, called Lawsonia, that are native to the Middle East, West Asia, and North Africa. The leaves are dried and then pulverized to a fine powder. Rainbow chooses only the finest grade Henna.
Pour 4 oz (1 cup) Rainbow Henna into a glass or plastic bowl. Gradually add 1 cup boiling water. Use a wooden or plastic spoon to mix thoroughly to a creamy consistency. (More liquid can be added if mixture is too thick.) For Rainbow Neutral Henna, mix 2 oz (1/2 cup) with 1 cup boiling water.
Medium brown henna - lawsonia inermis, indigofereae
For external use only.
Store in a cool, dry place. Filled by weight. Do not use in the area of the eye or if scalp has open cuts. Not for use on bleached or white hair. A strand test should be done if hair is over 10% grey.
This Henna-Rainbow Research colors by giving highlights. My hair looks healthy and my hair looks like it did 20 years ago! I will never use harsh chemicals again. I mixed this with hot coffee to reduce red tones. Works great!
Henna is a lot of trouble and makes a big mess. It's a commitment. If you do not want a bunch of chemicals on your head, henna is the only way I know of to cover gray. On my hair this was not as dark as I had hoped. Chestnut is my natural color. I have to use red henna on my gray roots to get them orange, then apply chestnut or sable henna to cover the orange. Gray roots require double-processing with henna to turn them brown. The first application of lawsonia inermis (red henna) binds to the gray hair and coats it; subsequent applications of indigo (the ingredient in this that makes it brown not red) adhere to the red henna coating. It is a lot of trouble and a work in progress. However, I have done this for close to a year and finally have glossy, shiny, thick brown hair. A year ago I had thin, splitting, damaged, artificially dyed hair that was too ash - now the color is back to my natural chestnut. Research henna before you try this.
Works Great on Salt-and-Pepper Grey!
Posted by 5595600840924364130 on Oct 22, 2016
I love Rainbow Henna! If you are a salt-and-pepper woman with fragrance allergies, this stuff is what you are looking for! It is very unusual in its application, but it works beautifully and gives your hair softness and shine. I will be terribly disappointed if or when I get so grey that this will not cover any longer!
easy to use
Posted by 5383117510505139694 on Sep 13, 2016
following included directions, I got a very nice consistency that was very easy to apply. Does wonders for moisturizing my hair!
Posted by 4716263412108247493 on Sep 06, 2016
It's not working well. Deserve just one star.
Posted by 5652805868796961241 on Aug 19, 2016
Although the colouring effect is not as obvious as the chemical one, it is natural and does no harm to my body. Also, it doesn't irritate my skin. It makes my hair soft and shine. I just love it!
LOVE henna hair dye.
Posted by 5472030889549128458 on May 17, 2016
I have been dying my hair for years, in all different colors, both at home and in a salon. I have to say that henna is one of the the best options for me. I add coffee to the mix to help cover greys...what greys? Yea, it's that good! I notice that the new couple days after I dye my hair it darkens, so if you don't want super dark, try a lighter one first. I use the medium chestnut brown, and within a day or 2 my hair will be a deep chocolate. Another thing I love about henna is your hair doesn't come out one solid flat color, there are lighter and darker tones (from where my hair was naturally lightened by the sun) It also makes hair feel thicker. Hope this helps someone who has never tried henna before! Ps it doesn't smell like harsh chemicals because it's not!