Secrets of Natural-Colors have been cherished throughout the ages,and endure the test of time in ancient lands. Famous beauties such as Nefertiti and Cleopatra used henna to enhance their hair coloring. Today it is used by women and men who want to enhance their appearance, at home, using Natural-Colors.
- No chemicals
- 100% Natural Plant Coloring
- Provides Shine & Body
- Blends Naturally
Natural-Colors presents a rainbow of Natural-Colors of henna. Natural-Colors coats each hair shaft with natural-looking colors which blend naturally and fade gradually over time. Natural-Colors smooths and seals the hair's cuticle for greater shine and body. Since Natural-Colors coats the hair shaft, it is to be applied after any Natural-Laxer hair spa treatments. We provide customized recipes for special color effects, and for covering gray.
|Ebony||True, Deep Black Tones|
|Brown||Dark, Medium and Light|
|Red||Full Spectrum of Red Tones|
|Copper||Rich Copper Red Tones|
|Blond*||*Brightens & Highlights|
|Strawberry Blond*||*Light, Golden Red Tones|
|Marigold Blond*||*Golden Blond Tones|
* NOTE: Natural-Colors is a Natural Henna which has no lifting action. Natural-Colors will not lighten dark hair. Lighter colors applied to dark hair will have minimal or no effect on dark hair.
Are there any harmful chemicals in Natural-Colors?
How long will Natural-Colors last?
How Do I Apply Natural-Colors?
Yes. Immediately after using Natural-Laxers, if desired. Wait two weeks after using Natural-Colors before using Natural-Laxer. Natural-Colors coats the hair, therefore it should not be used immediately before Natural-Laxer treatments. Shampoo thoroughly before applying Natural-Laxer.Back To Top
Yes. Mix about 1 tsp Natural-Colors henna with 1 tbsp of boiling water. Apply to 1" section of hair (enough to wrap around a finger). Wrap in plastic wrap. Leave on for required time (see timing on directions) Rinse off, shampoo and dry.
If you have over 10% gray, we suggest doing a "test strand" first by substituting brewed coffee for water + 2 tbsp apple cider vinegar mixed with Natural-Colors Henna, on several strands of hair. Special Recipes and Hints ship with purchase. Please read them before purchasing. Special Recipes & Hints
Yes, After perming, wait 2 weeks or 5 shampoos before applying Natural-Colors henna. This will allow the hair to be free of any chemical residue.
Henna coats the hair shaft and, in some cases, prevents the chemicals in the perm lotion from penetrating. Prior to a perm, remove Natural-Colors Henna.
Apply warm mineral oil to the hair. Leave on 20 - 25 minutes. Rinse with warm water. Shampoo out. This procedure is good prior to using a perm or chemical tint/color.
Yes. If the hair is in excellent condition, Natural-Colors henna can be used over a chemical tint.However, this is not its purpose. Henna should never be used over bleached or white hair.
No. The Henna color will remain on the hair even if high lift Blond tints or bleaches are used.
NO. Natural-Colors Henna does not contain any lightening chemicals, in fact, no-chemicals! Blond henna brings out yellow and light brown highlights. Marigold Blond brings out gold and yellow highlights. Both add shine and body to gray hair.
Are there any harmful chemicals in Natural-Colors?
No. In fact, there are no chemicals in Natural-Colors. This is a 100% natural treatment with no additives. Recently, there have been reports that some chemical hair dyes might be linked to ovarian and breast cancer. This link is controversial. And, you know we don't like to perpetuate unproven rumors. But, it appears that at least some reputable professionals are concerned about this link. It looks like the greatest risk is to hair care professionals(who handle the products on a regular basis) and, if there is a link, it's weak at best. Darker colors and black are considered more risky because the chemicals in them are used at higher concentrations. Use of Natural-Colors avoids any potential risk from the use of the chemicals in permanent hair coloring products.
Natural-Colors may be applied on wet or dry hair, which must be clean.
- Shampoo first, towel dry hair.
- Apply cream, oil, or Vaseline around hairline, ears, and neck toavoid staining skin.
- Plastic or Glass Bowl
- Plastic or Wooden Spoon
- Oil, Vaseline, or Cream
- Plastic or Rubber gloves
- Tint brush
- or 1.5 inch paint brush
- Plastic cap
- Heated Conditioning Cap
- Protective Cape
- or Old Towel
- Natural-Colors Henna Shampoo
Pour a 2 oz jar of Natural-Colors into a glass or plastic bowl. Gradually aabout two ounces of warm Apple Cider Vinegar. Use a wooden or plastic spoon to mix thoroughly to a creamy soup-like consistency. Add more water if mixture is too thick.
- Wear plastic or rubber gloves to avoid staining hands.
- Section hair front to back and ear to ear. Take 1 inch partings in the sections
- Method 1 - Begin at the scalp and paint on Natural-Colors with a tint brush from root to ends
- Method 2 - Begin at the scalp and apply Natural-Colors with gloved hands. Mud-Pack it on.
- Continue until all the hair is thickly coated with the Natural-Colors mixture.
- Place a cotton or tissue band around the hairline. Cover the hair with a plastic cap.
- Leave on as follows:
- Black, Red, Sherry, Mahogany, Burgundy, Dark & Medium Brown, and Copper with heat 45-60 minutes; without heat 60-90 minutes.
- Strawberry, Marigold, Blonde, and Light Brown with heat 30minutes; without heat 45-60 minutes
- When timing is completed, rinse thoroughly with warm water, and then rinse with cool water.
- Shampoo (Natural-Colors Henna Shampoo is recommended)
- Rinse thoroughly and style.
- Mix 1 teaspoon of NC Henna with small amount of warm water (1/2 teaspoon). Mix into a creamy soup-like consistency.
- Select a 1 inch section of hair (enough to wrap around 2 fingers).
- Apply NC Henna Roots to Ends, coating the hair. Wrap the hair section in plastic wrap.
- Leave on 45-60 minutes**
- Rinse off, shampoo and dry.
- Check color in daylight.
** for deeper colors, add 15-30 minutes.
Special Recipes & Hints
Brewed Coffee (not instant)- helps tone down red tones, deepen brow-red tones or cover gray. Substitute for water when mixing.
Teas - To have the following effects, substitute tea for water. Boil water. Steep tea 20-30 minutes. Then bring to a boil again. Substitute for water when mixing
- Ceylon, Black China or Darjeeling Teas will add gold highlights to Light Brown Natural-Colors.
- Red Zinger Tea enriches red tones in Burgundy, Sherry , Mahogany,and Red Natural-Colors.
- Chamomile Tea brightens and adds highlights to Blonde, Marigold or Strawberry.
Lemon juice- lightens blonde shades, ad 1-2 tablespoons lemon juice to Natural-Colors mixture.
To Deepen Red Shades-Red, Sherry, Mahogany, Burgundy can be deepened by mixing with a darker shade. For Example, 1.5 oz Mahogany + .5oz Dark Brown = Dark Auburn. Mix powder thoroughly before adding water.
Conditioning Dry Hair-Add 1 egg or 2-4 tablespoons of olive oil or 2-4 tablespoons of plain yogurt to Natural-Colors mixture.
Gray or White Hair- If you have over 10% grey, we suggest doing a strand test first. The following works best:
- Medium & Dark Brown Natural-Colors + brewed coffee+ apple cider vinegar.
- Light Brown N.C. + Ceylon Tea, Black China Tea, or Darjeeling Tea+apple cider vinegar
- Dark Brown & Medium Brown (50% each) + brewed coffee + apple cider vinegar works well on more than 10% grey
Ingredients: Henna (Lawsonia Inermis), may contain: Indigoferra, Cassia Obovata, Marigold and Chamomile Flowers (varies by color)