Natural Hair Dye by Renaissance Henna for beautiful, healthy hair. We take what the earth gives and we add nothing. Our natural hair dyes and natural hair colours come from India and Morocco. Henna is a beautiful and small plant that flourishes in the harshest of conditions, and survives; this plant is rooted in history and shares the goodness of its leaves with those who want to find a better way. It’s pure redemption for anyone with a hair dye allergy and anyone who simply wants to find a natural hair dye way that is pure.
Henna natural hair dye turns grey or light colour hair orange, and it adds brown red tones to all other hair colours. Indigo natural hair dye, when applied after henna, turns the hair colour brown through to black depending how long you leave it in for.
Henna dye comes from the crushed leaves of the henna plant and its botanical name is lawsonia inermis. Indigo dye comes from the crushed leaves of the indigo plant and its botanical name is indigofera tinctoria. Renaissance Henna plant dyes are made by crushing and then finely sieving the dried leaves of these plants which ensures the strongest dye stain, and then : absolutely nothing is added to the powdered and finely sieved crushed leaves and the crushed plants are freshly sealed at source. And that’s it: – 100% desert earth plant, ammonia free, PPD free, additive free, chemical free hair dye ready to go. Simply add water, mix into paste and experience stunning natural hair colour !
Together, henna and indigo make an awesome natural hair dye combination and you can achieve a whole range of natural hair colours you probably wouldn’t have thought possible to achieve with pure botanical herbal hair colour. This goes from funky red hair colour to the richest chocolate brown hair colour, to the deepest jet black hair colour ! It’s perfect for covering grey hair too – see the wonderful David who went from shocking white to brown black all in one afternoon. And checkout the Hair Colour Galleries This is a world of natural hair colour that is completely herbal, natural, botanical, and beautiful, and it’s (probably) even good for you ! There isn’t a fixed hair colour chart in this herbal hair colour world. But you will be able to aim for roughly: auburn, brown, black, or a shade in between, or a shade in the extreme range of one of these hair colours. The end colour is going to be unique to you, just like your fingerprint.