Oakwood Powder, Semi Permanent Mahogony Hair Dye

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Description

Semi Permanent Mahogony Hair Dye. For blondes and lighter hair colours.

Oakwood Dbarrgh Powder,100g.

Ingredients:Finely ground Oakwood Powder.

 

brick red henna add in
Oakwood powder is a red colour powder  from Morocco and can be used alone on blonde hair to give a semi permanent mahogony natural hair dye.

Oakwood powder or dbarrgh powder colours blonde hair light copper red; picture of woman in a field against a soft sunset glow with fine long hair glowing copper red

 

 

 

 

 

Oakwood Powder also known as Dbarrgh is a plant hair dye which colours blonde hair a rich dark cherry burgundy colour

 

Dbargh Semi Permanent Mahogony Hair Dye is from the bark of the Oak tree

 

oakwood powder tree bark
Oakwood powder tree bark

 

Dbargh is from the bark of the Oak tree, traditionally used in tanning and also in traditional medicine

Add 3 – 4 tablespoons of our rich red earth colour dbargh powder to your henna paste for a beautiful cherry red mahogany colour ! The mahogony red colour influence will be more noticeable on lighter hair shades. Use alone on blonde hair for semi permanent cherry red hair colour tones.

Herbal hair colours on blonde hair

About Oakwood Powder / Dbargh

Dbargh powder – finely powdered bark of the Oak tree

Genus: quercus
class: magnoliopsida
order :fagales
family: fagaceae

http://www.sacredearth.com/ethnobotany/plantprofiles/oak.php

http://www.henriettesherbal.com/eclectic/cook/QUERCUS_ALBA.htm

 

 

Additional information

Weight140 g

1 review for Oakwood Powder, Semi Permanent Mahogony Hair Dye

  1. Claire (verified owner)

    Gives a beautiful red brick colour when you mix a tablespoon of this in with Renaissance henna (I just use hot water as per the packet, and no, it isn’t worth trying out Lush henna which I once tried and is nothing like as good as Renaissance BAQ or other Renaissance henna). To be more precise, the shade I get with this in the henna is a rich dark cherry/maroon/burgundy heading towards mahogany. This colour would be otherwise impossible to achieve from my dark blonde/light(mousy)brown original hair shade. My skin tone is a pale porcelain, and it looks great with it.

    Frankly, this stunning and long-lasting colour does not exist in peroxide dye – which I cannot believe I used to use – nor the remarkable shine, health and thickness benefits of henna for the hair and scalp (before henna-ing, I struggled with oily, and sometimes itchy, hair and scalp, which henna completely fixes and rebalances).

    Thank you, Renaissance Henna, and best wishes to all,

    Claire

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