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Herbatint 10N Platinum Blonde Permanent Herbal Hair Colour Gel 130ml
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- Easy to use and gentle on your hair
- It has a lightening power of 2 tones
- More conditioning lasting colour, natural results
- With Aloe Vera and limnanthes alba
- 100 Percent grey cover
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Herbatint flash fashion is a new innovative colour designed to reflect the pace and immediacy of modern living without compromising the natural elements of the established herbatint range. Quality and safety are traditional features of the manufacturers of the herbatint range and antica erboristeria have now developed flash fashion with no ammonia and no resorcinol. As with the herbatint colours flash fashion covers grey from the first application. Contains aloe vera (well known for its anti-oxidizing properties with mucillagins, vitamins and panthenol) to protect and nourish the hair while colouring.
Flash fashion is enriched with betula alba (tonic and re-mineralizing), hamamelis virginiana (anti-inflammatory with flavonoids and essential oils) and Echinacea angustifolia (hydrating and disinfectant). With herbatint hair colour you can change the tone of your hair (for instance, from gold to ash), it can be used to lighten by up to 3 shades and will cover grey from the first application. 10N Platinum blonde colour.
It is possible to lighten natural hair by one or two shades on brown or chestnut hair and two to three shades on light chestnut or blonde hair. Can lighten previously tinted hair by two tones.
Herbatint can return hair to its natural colour, but remember to mix a gold shade with a natural if your target shade is 6N or above. 5N and below are fine by themselves on bleached hair.
Do not colour your hair immediately after a perm. We recom- mend waiting two weeks and then shorten the processing time by 10 minutes and use a shade lighter than your target shade.
Hair that has been treated with henna:
Henna creates a sheath around the hair making it very difficult for tint to penetrate on the first application. Subsequent appli- cations should be more successful.
If you choose a colour, which is Ash, Golden, Copper, Mahogany, we advise you to mix it with a colour from the natu- ral range in equal parts. Do not mix together two shades of the golden range.
Instruction for use:
Apply the haircolouring Herbatint on dry hair, leave to develop 30 to 40 minutes, rinse, shampoo with a shampoo from the Herbavita range and finish with the application of the royal cream.See all Product Description
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Top Customer Reviews
as in package. If you have medium to dark brown, the resulted colour will be a bit honey/goldish like. I recommend that you mix 10N and 8N in half amounts too, but you need to test it first... Remember, it all depends on the base (the original hair colour).
I used to love this product as it is kinder to hair than most permanent colours. However I have noticed recently that after only washing my hair three times, the colour is fading. Says 100% grey coverage - I had an illness a s few years ago which caused a body shock and gave me a couple of area's of prematurely grey hair - It does not cover 100% as stated. Shame, but looks like I will have to find an alternative.
The colour is darker than platinum blonde. I went lighter because the darker blonde wasn't light enough.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very good good, natural, vegan friendly product. My absolutely favourite!Published 27 days ago by Anitha Khan
Gentle and effective. Takes longer than most modern dyes to develop but is well worth it as it does not irritate, smell strongly or dry out the hair.Published on 13 Oct. 2014 by bunnytrouble