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From mother-of-pearl to ebony, enter the vibratory world of coloring plants.
Tannins: grip of color
Height of tone: 5 to 8
Percentage of white hair: 0 to 60%
Exposure time: 15 minutes to 45 minutes
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Shades, Reflections & Color Specifics
Can be used alone or mixed with other shades. Ideal to get a blonde or a light brown with warm reflection. It is a care coloring herbal dyes and caring Ayurvedic and silica. Give shine and volume.
Little Plant Story
Chestnut is a majestic tree whose wood and bark are used to color the hair from brown to green. It is a tannin tree (presence of iron salt) that contains manganese and copper. It is rich in vitamins B and C.
LAWSONIA INERMIS LEAF POWDER,
INDIGOFERA TINCTORIA LEAF POWDER, JUGLANS
REGIA LEAF POWDER, CASTANEA SATIVA LEAF
EXTRACT, BACOPA MONNIERA LEAF POWDER,
BAMBUSA ARUNDINACEA STEM POWDER, CYAMOPSIS
TETRAGONOLOBA GUM POWDER, EMBLICA
OFFICINALIS FRUIT POWDER.
Before the Coloring
Prepare the hair before any first vegetable coloring: about 4 masks of seaweed / clay (1 per week). To test in the fold of the elbow, 48h before use.
Preparation of the Color
Mix about 50g of the vegetable color in warm water (<45 °) to obtain a creamy and smooth paste.
Application of Color
Apply on washed and dried hair. Spread carefully line by line starting at the back. Respect the exposure time recommended by your plant colorist, rinse thoroughly until the complete removal of the coloring powder and make a shampoo to the plant fixative A morning dew or The soaring sensual.
Do not Wash your Hair before 48 hours after Staining.