Light Mountain, Organic Hair Color & Conditioner, Dark Brown, 4 oz (113 g)
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- Chemical Free
- Cruelty Free
- No animal ingredients
- No animal testing
- Complete Application Kit
- USDA Organic
- 100% Pure Botanical Hair Color
- Ammonia & Peroxide Free!
Complete All Natural Hair Color & Conditioning Program!
Illustrated instructions includes cap & gloves.
Read and follow enclosed instructions to ensure proper results. Always strand test for color prior to full application.
Our Dark Brown hair color contains only pure botanicals and nothing else.
Indigofera tinctoria (indigo) leaf powder*, lawsonia inermis (henna) leaf powder*.
* Certified Organic
Do not use this product in the area of the eyes.
Do not use on cut or abraded scalp or skin.
|Light Mountain Color|
|Light Blonde||Med Blonde||Dark Blonde||Red||Light Brown||Med Brown||Dark Brown||Black|
|Mahogany||soft mahogany||medium mahogany||rich mahogany||reddish brown||goldenbrown||medium warm brown||coppery brown||warm black|
|Light Brown||light honey brown||honey brown||rich honey brown||light auburn||light golden brown||medium golden brown||warm coppery brown||warm black|
|Medium Brown||light brown||medium brown||rich brown||auburn||rich brown||warm brown||rich coppery brown||warm black|
|Dark brown||medium rich brown||warm auburn||warm brown||rich coppery brown||deep coppery brown||warm black|
|* Note: To color light hair with the dark shades a two step process is required.
Please use the formulations in our Color The Gray! series which will work very well on blonde hair.
As good as herbs can be
As good as herbs can be
After reading a couple of prev reviews... Guys!! It's not chemical dye, these are just herbs!! :P So, no, don't count on evenly dyed hair, no, gray strands (yea, do have a few) won't be as dark as the rest of hair. It will wash out relatively quickly, yet-most importantly- won't damage your hair. Yea, it might make your hair gain kind of copper shade in the daylight, especially after some time, since indigo washes out quicker than henna. So... you can't blame this product for just being what it is ok ;) Please read the instructions before you use it, it gives all proper warnings ;) Light Mountain wrote it clear enough in my opinion ;P some advice for those who dare to try for the first time: start with washing thoroughly your hair and scalp with SLS/SLES shampoo withouth oils or silicones. You need to "strip" your hair so you could let henna get inside your hair structure (yea, it does that, that's why they get bit thicker too). Then prepaer the mixture as the instruction says. Using tea/coffee as they suggest is not obligatory- since this one is a mix of henna and indigo i guess messing with pH or leaving the mixture in warm place is not an option- pure henna likes it, indigo hates it., just put it on hair right away :P After keeping it on your hair (could be 30 mins, could be 3 hrs, depends on you...) wash it with water. Don't use conditioner/oil/anything for next 24 (yupp, 24) hours. During that time the color still "develops". Hair will seem dry, especially at the ends, but no worries :). I usually put a rich hair mask/oil 2-3 hours before i can finally wash it after those 24hrs. Next time you use it it can be only applied on your roots. The result: shiny, thicker hair with natural looking effect. As for those familiar with henna/indigo: this product is worth trying, what I wanted was a good quality (no lead or scary stuff one might find in cheap henna :S). Previously I've been using Khadi products, these are slightly pricier, perhaps due to the fact they add a couple of other herbs that also nourish your hair. I will definitely repurchase, turned out the conditioning properties are the same. Next time also going to try "cover your gray" version :)
Cannot cover grey hair
Posted by 5262462037184150319 on Dec 03, 2016
Cannot cover grey hair
Not for white hair
Posted by 5464921366279637690 on Oct 20, 2016
No painting the white hair at all! But it is good for those that do not have white hair cover a large packing in a good price
Posted by Violeta90 on Sep 07, 2016
Económico, natural y tiñe
Creates a nice mixture.
Posted by 5578855191767897142 on Apr 22, 2016
I use this with the Rainbow Dark Brown, and Light Mountain Medium Brown, one third of each! I use about a heaping teaspoon of each, sift it, and add amla powder which I sift, and add 2 teaspoons of white vinegar, onion peels, and dark decaffeinated tea for the tannin additives. I make a tea strain them add to the henna and let it sit for 1 hour, wash hair and apply to the grey bits first for an hour uncovered. Once the hour is up, I use it on the rest of my hair, and cover with saran wrap, for 3 more hours, then rinse with conditioner. I watch tv or surf on the computer. I learned a lot of the henna techniques from people in the middle east. If you want the results, you have to put in the time!
Good henna colour
Posted by 5462851726470232798 on Mar 31, 2016
I used to use Lush henna before trying this. Lush is not the cheapest henna on the market, so I decided to look for a more budget-friendly alternative. At the same time, I wanted to try a brand that has all the appropriate certificates, so I could be sure there were no harmful elements in the product. Light Mountain falls under every category. Now, to the product itself. I have a few grey hairs. Literally five of them. But they grow in the place, where you can see them very well. So I needed this hair colour to cover the grey hair. It didn't. But I think this is only because I haven't found the right proportions for henna mixture yet. With Lush henna it took me three times to get the mixture right. And as the result my grey hairs were covered so well, i couldn't even tell them from the rest of the hair. Hopefully, I will be able to find the perfect recipe for Light Mountain as well. Colouring with henna is messy, takes long and requires some work with the recipe. But, after using henna for about a year, I could never go back to chemical colouring. Henna is worth the hustle. By the way, Light Mountain Dark Brown is very bright and much darker than I thought it would be.