Colora Hena works wonders for hair, especially if it feels dull and lifeless. Henna adds body and bounce, and offers a choice of rich but subtle color changes. Colora's "natural" shade will add extra body and shine with no change in color. All of the other shades will add a thin layer of transparent color so that the original hair color will shine through and enhance the final result for the ultimate natural look.
Colora Henna Powder is 100% natural vegetable organic hair colour.
Ingredients: Henna. May also contain: Indigo, Centaurea, Rhubarb, Beetroot.
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Nancy: about a month ago
I started using this product around 1 year ago, and love the results. I am a natural redhead, but over the years the red is fading and several white hair are appearing. This product brought me right back to my original colour (as a child) and I love it. I think the mess is worth the results. I will continue using this product for a while. I love being a redhead again!
Diana: about a month ago
I've been using henna for years and this is the best one I've found. Others have barely colored my hair but this always gives me vibrant, shiny and healthy color and has improved the health of my hair as well, which used to be really dry due to bleaching and dying. I highly recommend!
Orsi: a few months ago
I have been using henna for 15 yrs and this is the best I have tried. Gives me deep coverage including grey, and I love that there is other colors too. I used to use the red sunset , which is pure henna, and I loved it nice rich warm color. I recently had a color analysis and have been told that I have cool undertone and decided to go back to be a cool toned brunette. I still want to cover my greys, and going back to chemical loaded toxic hair dyes did not appeal to me. People told me that henna always will be warm toned, but the "ash brown " shade proved them wrong. Although I would not say it is cool brown , but definetly not warm toned either, more like a neutral . Using henna is a bit time consuming and can be messy, but not poisoning myself with chemical hair dyes tottaly worth it. Also using henna the grown out roots are much less apparent than using conventional dyes, so you can go a bit longer bettwen coloring.
Jessica: a few months ago
I've been a user since the age of 12 (now 34), I just switched from brown to ash brown and you would never know the difference, as my hair is still the same colour (it's a good thing). I have super long hair and I only do my scalp when I start to see grey. One box can last me two and a half uses. This is a great product. Yes smelly and occasionally messy but a healthier choice!
stephanie: a few months ago
This is, hands down, the most reliable henna I have ever used. I've used it for many years with perfect results. I put it on, wrap my head well with Saran Wrap or any handy kitchen plastic stretchy wrap to keep the stuff from dripping and to help warm the scalp and henna a bit so it 'sets', and leave it on for at least an hour, sometimes longer (gives great results), then rinse out with the help of some conditioner in the shower. Perfect! Even covers my white hairs though it says it isn't intended to, but that is likely because I leave it on long enough. Recently I decided I wanted to take a little bit of the "wow factor" out of the Sunset Red, which is VERY red, so I mixed it with light brown, and it took the red down a notch and looks really, really nice. All these shades mix very easily with each other. You won't regret buying this brand!
Loretta: a few months ago
For many years, I have used Colora Henna Powder. I have tried the cream, but it does not offer the same excellent coverage. Right now my shade is Chestnut, which gives my dark brown hair wonderful highlights, and perfectly covers the grey roots, thankfully not too numerous. I would say about 20% at my side part, and almost no grey on the rest of my head. I only "do" the roots most applications, and have found the following method works for me. First, I use very hot black tea as the liquid, add either olive or another hair oil, and whip it in my mini food processor making a creamy mass not as "soupy" as the box directions suggest. Second, I have my partner apply it with a flexible silicone spatula to almost dry hair, and then wrap it in Saran wrap and use a cap as I wait from 1-2 hours for it to set. My hair is soft, glowing, perfect, and very natural looking. I love that it is a natural product!