Take a look at how Renaissance Henna pure plant hair colour works by visiting our customer feedback for:Black Hair,Brown Hair and Blonde Hair,all achieved with plant hair colour dyes such as henna,indigo and cassia obovata.
We understand it can be daunting to set out on a new journey using only plant hair colour, and we hope that we have answered most of your questions in the Natural Hair Dye Library menu tabs which you will see at the top of this page. You can also access the Natural Hair Dye Library menu from the drop down list which you will find on the left of each page in this resources area of the website.
These are the most commonly asked questions and answers from our Library about our plant hair colour:
What henna hair colour will I get ?
How much henna do I need and how do I mix it ?
Can indigo be mixed with henna?
should I buy for my first time plant hair colour application? click on the link above.
Plant Hair Colour Photo Galleries
The plant hair colour galleries have helped to promote awareness of and use of natural henna and indigo. Please upload your before and after feedback photos by logging into your Renaissance Henna account and selecting the plant dye product you used to achieve your natural plant hair colour. Remember to include information about whether you have previously used any hair dyes or bleached your hair, if so how long ago, and explain how you mixed and applied your henna and indigo. This helps to continue promoting awareness of natural plant hair dyes.
The plant hair colour galleries demonstrate the incredible range of hair colours that can be achieved with these natural herbal hair colours.
Henna Hair Colour Plant Dye Strand Tests
The hair colour strand tests don’t always give you an accurate prediction of your end result hair colour. And they don’t always take up colour with the same passion as a full head of hair. Many strand tests give disappointing results which are nowhere near the results from a full hair colour application which give stunning hair colour. Maybe it’s the body temperature that makes the difference; it’s hard to say. Also, do remember that your strand test hair may not be a true indicator of final hair shade because the strand test hair may have uneven colour saturation, especially if you’ve previously used hair dyes. Also remember that hennaed hair can look like a different hair colour shade depending on the light so it’ll look different indoors compared to how it looks outdoors. It’s a beautiful coat of many colours. Henna and indigo should be used by every person on the planet at least once in a lifetime. It’s too incredible to miss out on and if you never try it, you’ll never know.
A Reminder about Previous use of Chemical Hair Dyes and Henna
If you’ve previously used chemical hair dyes, although you can go straight ahead and use henna / indigo, we recommend you wait as long as possible. We recommend a waiting time of at least 2 weeks, especially if you’ve just permed your hair. The longer the better. This is to allow time for your hair to offload chemical hair dye build up, and to detox. The wait will also ensure you get the best hair colour uptake from henna/indigo. It’s the compound “metallic salt mix” hennas which hairdressers moan about and say you can’t use before or after hair dyes. Our henna and indigo are not mixed with metallic salts. They are 100% pure henna and 100% pure indigo, PPD free hair dyes, additive free, ammonia free, and chemical free. They are not the same stuff your hairdresser is talking about ! Our henna and indigo are safe to use both before and after chemical hair dye, but we advise that you wait as long as you can before using hair dyes either side of henna.
Finally : A Truly Natural Plant Hair Colour !
The Renaissance Henna Plant Hair Dye Kit comes with a detailed instructions booklet to help make your first time natural hair colour application easy. Look through the plant hair colour galleries to give yourself an idea how it’s likely to turn out. Bear in mind that you’ll only get shocking red and orange tones or highlights on grey or white hair, which you can soften to auburn, brown or black with indigo. If you have dark hair, the henna will add deep reddish tones and make your hair look like it has natural red lowlights; any odd greys will look like reddish highlights. The difference between lowlights and highlights? Highlights brighten your hair and can be shocking ! Lowlights tend to deepen your hair colour and are more subtle.