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Henne Color Black Henna Hair Colouring Cream 90 ml
|Price:||£7.49 (£8.32 / 100 ml) FREE UK delivery.|
- Semi-permanent natural hair colour in black shade
- Hides grey hair
- Made from plant extracts and perfumed with lavender essence
- Lasts 4-5 washes
- Suitable for vegans
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Henna is an oriental shrub known since ancient times for its benefits. It fortifies, gives body to the hair and protects it from harsh weather conditions. Henne colour black liquid is nature's safe means to colour and condition hair, recommended for women who want to free themselves from chemical dyes and bleaches. Used alone or combined with other plants. Henna deepens and highlights the natural hair colour and improves the general hair health. Unlike chemical hair colourings that penetrate each strand of hair in depth, henna deposits a film of colour on the hair surface to offer protection as well as body. Because of henna's surface-tinting property, the final shade will depend on the original colour of the hair. This tone-on-tone effect thoroughly covers troublesome first white hairs.
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This product DOES NOT WORK as stated, there was no change in my hair color.
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The powder form that this company does is brilliant though but do not buy the liquid form! It does not work!Published on 19 Mar. 2015 by Ms. N. Z. A. Kundi
It is not dying my hair as i expected. I would like to return them for refund or replacement with "SURYA Brasil HENNA CREAM"Published on 8 Mar. 2014 by Jinmi
i love this product which strengthens my hair and gives plenty of natural great looking shine, please stock more oftenPublished on 22 Feb. 2014 by angela Agiannidou
Its good in the sense that its not harsh on the hair and it covers most of the greys, that is one of the reasons I purchased it. Read morePublished on 27 Dec. 2013 by Edwina Sheridan