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- Permanently colours hair without damage.
- Herbatint has a natural translucent property to enhance hair with a light-reflecting, healthy shine; so it doesn't create the 'block colour' look often associated with chemical dyes.
- Permanent herbal haircolour gel without ammonia, without paraben.
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Holly: a few months ago
This hair dye destroyed my hair. Had no idea that it had peroxide and PPD in it. This is hidden on the bottom of the box, away from all of the good herbal extracts that are noticeable on the side. Thought it was all natural. Spent a lot of money trying to prevent my hair from breaking while I tried to narrow down the culprit. Have started using henna instead to help my hair recover. After a week, it already feels more soft and protected. I give this a ZERO
Lori: about a year ago
I've been colouring my hair for 35 years. I've used drug store colour, henna and had my hair coloured in the salon. I've been using this the last six months and it's by far the best colour I've ever had. Looks natural, covers grey and my hair is in great condition. Worth every penny.
Joanna: more than a year ago
My first shot at Herbatint after years on Tints of Nature. My hair color is medium brown with very little grey. I went with 1N - Black but, after the full 40 minutes of having the product in my hair, and following all directions, I only ended up with a very dark brown, not black. Not sure why because the very many reviews state that you generally end up with a shade darker than expected. When viewed against the light, or in sunlight, my new dark brown has a nice reddish sheen to it, so it's so bad but, still, I wanted black... I intend to try again in a couple of weeks, same shade. As for the other aspects of this coloring - no irritation, nice shiny hair, and all my grey got covered. I hope it lasts for a while.
Melanie: more than a year ago
I've been using Herbatint for over a year now and I love it! It looks very natural. It doesn't leave a flat block of colour like some dyes and is good for at least 4 weeks. My hair is definitely more healthy than it was when I went to the salon regularly and it actually has some shine, which I don't think I've had in very many years! I'm also 50% grey and it covers my grey strands just as well as the rest of my hair.
Nathalie: more than a year ago
I tried Light Mahogany Chestnut. Right away, the color was rich and vibrant... but quickly fade away, within a week a so. It also left my hair extremely dry, straw-like dry. This was my first try at natural hair coloration. I will keep looking for something better for my hair.