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Works great

Posted by iHerb Customer on January 22 2012 | Verified Purchase

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.

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Great Hair color for a natural look

Posted by iHerb Customer on October 2 2008 | Verified Purchase

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!

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Very Satisfied

Posted by iHerb Customer on January 24 2010 | Verified Purchase

I have used Henna before, and I decided to try yours. I also heeded the directions for covering the gray hairs I have using coffee and apple cider vinegar in the Henna solution, and it worked! I love how my hair looks and shines and feels like silk. Thank you! Your site was so helpful, as I am severely allergic to dyes, so I have to use only Henna. I used to use it alone, and of course, it didn't cover the gray hair. I followed your instructions and they worked beautifully. Thank you!

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Grey Hair turned greenish

Posted by iHerb Customer on May 6 2011 | Verified Purchase

I had some grey hair and followed the manufacturer's instructions concerning it. My grey hair turned green and I am not sure what will happen to all the hair in the sun. I don't know what to do now! Not going to touch this thing again!

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LOVE henna hair dye.

Posted by iHerb Customer on May 17 2016 | Verified Purchase

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!

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Greenish tint

Posted by iHerb Customer on February 18 2010 | Verified Purchase

The product looks good indoors, but out in the sunlight, gave my hair a greeniash tint.

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Works good

Posted by iHerb Customer on March 8 2011 | Verified Purchase

Works good. It's messy and all that, but the hair looks great afterwords. Offcourse the chocolate colour turns out a bit on the red side, but henna does that. I like the recepes inside, how to mix in eggs, coffee, oils and other things in the mix to get the result you want.

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WOW Color

Posted by iHerb Customer on January 18 2014 | Verified Purchase

I used the medium brown chestnut last night. I mixed the henna powder with mostly lemon juice and some water - let the mixture sit all day while I was at work - then applied when I got home. Messy !! Applied cellophane wrap and then a shower cap. I sat under a dryer for an hour and then waited another 5 hours before rinsing, using conditioner to help rinse it out. Troublesome process the first time BUT WORTH IT. My hair is amazingly healthy shiny and thick with a gorgeous auburn color. I am sold and just ordered more for when I need a touch-up. Oh yeah .... I added ginger powder to lessen the hay smell & it was fine. .

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if it's good enough for Cleopatra...

Posted by iHerb Customer on September 3 2012 | Verified Purchase

...it's good enough for me! How wonderful, I love this reallt natural product, the colour was great, their suggestions to add olive oil, coffee, tea or vinegar are great. It is back to basics though and you do need prep time and an old t shirt, felt like I was 18 again using this product, colour lasted about 5 weeks

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I Find This Product Excellent

Posted by iHerb Customer on August 18 2017 | Verified Purchase

I have recently changed from using chemical dyes to henna. I need to cover greying roots on mid brown hair.I quite like red tones too. Firstly I used Rainbow Light Brown mixed as described with black coffee and Apple Cider Vinegar.The colour was very good as was the grey covering.I was out in a lot of strong sunlight and the roots got very light and 'orangey'. I ordered Medium Brown the next time and I used very strong coffee.I have a professional type dome drier.I covered my head with cling film and a shower cap and sat under this for one and a half hours.The colour was rich and perfect-so was the condition of the hair. It does take a lot of rinsing out but standing under a shower for about ten minutes works for me.It is a long job compared to other colouring methods -but if you have half a day to spare and make sure you have everything to hand before you start it doesn't have to cause a mess as many complain of.I do think the warmth of the drier for the time mentioned is what is responsible for my success with the product. The time given to this is so much better than using harmful chemicals.

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