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Why Natural Hair Colour Is Good For You?

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According to one survey, women change their hairstyles about 150 times over the course of a lifetime. However many times do you change your hairstyle, it’s quite likely that coloring is a part of the process.!!

A lot of hair dyes now available are full of potentially harmful chemicals that at high exposures, have been linked with skin and respiratory irritation, a suppressed immune system, and even cancer.

Is there a way to cover the gray—or just enjoy a nice color—without exposing ourselves to these toxins?

And the answer is YESS!!

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We can use a lot of natural ingredients—some of which we can find in our kitchens—to create a new hair color. It depends on what color you’re looking for, how intense you want it, and how much time you want to spend.

Keep in mind that natural color products are not the same as chemical color products. They don’t usually last as long, you won’t be able to completely change your natural color, and the color may be slightly different than you imagined. (Of course, that often happens in the salon, too!)

It may take some time and experimentation to get the color you’re looking for, but meanwhile you’ll actually be doing something good for your hair.

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A helpful tip: If you’re not sure you’re brave enough to try the following dyes on your entire head of hair, save some from your next trim or cut off a few locks and test a small amount of natural dye first.

Another helpful tip: Always rinse out your color with apple cider vinegar to help the color last longer. Try rinsing with a vinegar/water solution, or mix one-tablespoon apple cider vinegar with about a cup of water in a spray bottle and apply after coloring hair—don’t rinse.

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Here are some Natural hair colour list:-

1.Hair Colour for Women(Soft & Black hair)Black hair is the darkest hair colour possible, but that doesn’t mean you can’t tailor it to your own unique style. Despite being such a dark colour and popularly considered to be available in only the one shade, there are actually a few different shades of black hair, and these different colours can really create a more interesting look.

 

The different shades of Black Hair:

Natural Black:

A natural black hair colour is completely black, with a slight propensity towards the cooler tonal family due to the strong blue tone that is present in the shade. Of course, the blue tone in this case isn’t anywhere near as dominant as in a blue black shade, but it does mean that this shade will best suit someone with a cooler, paler skin tone.

Soft Black:

Soft black looks a little like natural black that has begun to fade. In this sense, it is a black shade that is somewhere between black and a dark brown colour. This means that it is less intense and causes less of a contrast between your hair and skin tone.

Blue Black:

Blue black is also known as ash black. This is one of the more interesting shades of black hair but isn’t as out of the ordinary as the other two non-neutral shades available. Because it contains a stronger and more dominant blue tone, this hair colour looks like a very dark blue when viewed in light.

Red Black:

Red black hair is similar to blue black except that the intensely dark tone that is most dominant in this case is a red tone. This results in producing the warmest colour out of all the different shades of black hair available.

Violet Black:

Violet black is a beautiful shade that incorporates strong violet and red tones to produce a very unique hair colour that not many people tend to have. This makes it a really interesting shade to try.

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Vegetal Bio Colour – Soft Black, 50 gms:This product includes natural dyes along with medicinal herbs like Awla, Shikakai, Brahmi and Brangraj that can be used in hair dyeing. This product is free from Para-Phenylene di amine (pPD) which is the main allergen used in chemical dyes.

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2:-Hair Colour Kit for Brown hair:-Brown hair is the second most common human hair color for long hair, after black hair. It varies from light brown to almost black hair. Brown is a versatile hair color, which is fairly exciting despite its restrained nature.

 

Here are a few shades of Brown hair-

  • Cool Brown:This medium brown hair color with cool undertones is great for girls with cool skin tones.
  • Light Brown:Light brown hair typically looks fairly one-dimensional and natural, and works for medium skin tones both cool and warm. It’s also a great base color if you’re looking to add blonde highlights at some point.
  • Light Golden Brown:An easy way to warm up brown hair for summer, light golden brown hair looks wonderful on warmer skin tones—or when you’re just a bit sunkissed.
  • Chocolate Brown:A rich, true brown hair tone, chocolate brown works for medium and olive skin tones, as well as for those with hazel or brown eyes.
  • Dark Golden Brown:Deeper skin tones or olive skin tones do well with a dark golden brown, which has subtle hints of a warm honey-gold in the brown color range.

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Aequo Color Truffle Brown Organic Hair Colour Kit – 160ml:This product is formulated with over 92% organic ingredients and has 21 clinical studies relating to its quality and efficiency. The concentration of natural ingredients, the intensity of colouring and the regenerative treatments make this product the first permanent dermocapillary colour activated by oil, with plants micro-pigments.

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Radico Sunab Herbal Brown Hair Colour – 60gm:This product has a unique Formulation Of Jojoba & Organic Soya Milk.Provides Daily Supplement of Proteins & Vitamin E while it pampers your hair & scalp. Ideal for both Men & Women.

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