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Herbal Hair Color by Logona

This herbal hair color uses henna as well as herbs. The product is a powder which you must mix with boiling water in a non-metal bowl. The hair color lasts for 4-6 weeks on the hair. Feedback from uses say this product has a more pleasant smell than the Light Mountain Henna and is easier to rinse out of the hair after coloring (not very grainy). Following up with the Logona Color Conditioner is advisable. To read color chart, look for your natural hair color on upper row going horizontally. Go down vertically to find how your hair would look approximately with the Logona colors. Color are listed below in order of how they appear on the color chart. Here is a summary of results you may achieve: BLONDE-for blondes who want a golden blonde look. Good for light hair colors with gray. (When applying this color it;looks burgundy due to the hibiscus in the product.Do not worry-the hair color will really be golden blonde when finished!) SAHARA-for blondes who want a strawberry blonde look.HENNA RED-Strong red for blonde to medium brown hair FLAME RED-for blonde and brown hair.Strong red like "Lucille Ball hair". MAHOGANY-for medium blonde to medium brown hair.A very popular color to achieve deep red results. Can also be mixed well with other colors such as the Henna Black.WALNUT RED BROWN-for medium blonde to medium brown hair. A brown tone is achieved with deep red undertones.CHESTNUT-similar to Walnut Red Brown but the red tones are less in this color.NATURAL BROWN-for medium blonde to light brown hair colors. Expect light brown color results with minimal red tones. As with Golden Blonde, a good alternative for light hair colors with gray.BROWN UMBER-for medium blonde to medium brown hair colors. Expect medium brown color results with minimal red tones. A good base to mix a bit of Henna Black for slightly darker color results. HENNA BLACK-medium brown to dark brown hair colors. Often used to mix with red-based shades such as Mahogany and Walnut Red Brown to cut the red and darken the color result. Do NOT use by itself on hair with any blonde or gray. If you do, you might well be faced with the very difficult problem of removing the green from your hair. ALWAYS STRAND TEST WHENEVER YOU WORK WITH HENNA BLACK AND GRAY HAIR.

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Ingredients:

Neutral-colorless, for conditioning: Ingredients: Algin, Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Simmondsia chinensis (Jojoba Oil), Fragrance (Essential Oils), [+/- Lawsonia inermis (Henna)*, Cassia auriculata (Cassia), Juglans regia (Walnut Shell Powder), Indigofera tinctoria (Indigo Leaf Powder), Indigofera argentea (Indigo Leaf Powder), Hibiscus sabdariffa (Hibiscus), Rheum undulatum (Rhubarb Root), Krameria trianda (Rhatany Root), Coffea arabica (Coffee), Curcuma longa (Curcuma Root), Beta vulgaris (Beetroot)]

Golden Blonde Herbal Hair Color: Ingredients: Algin, Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Simmondsia chinensis (Jojoba Oil), Fragrance (Essential Oils), [+/- Lawsonia inermis (Henna)*, Cassia auriculata (Cassia), Juglans regia (Walnut Shell Powder), Indigofera tinctoria (Indigo Leaf Powder), Indigofera argentea (Indigo Leaf Powder), Hibiscus sabdariffa (Hibiscus), Rheum undulatum (Rhubarb Root), Krameria trianda (Rhatany Root), Coffea arabica (Coffee), Curcuma longa (Curcuma Root), Beta vulgaris (Beetroot)]

Sahara Herbal Hair Color: Ingredients: Algin, Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Simmondsia chinensis (Jojoba Oil), Fragrance (Essential Oils), [+/- Lawsonia inermis (Henna)*, Cassia auriculata (Cassia), Juglans regia (Walnut Shell Powder), Indigofera tinctoria (Indigo Leaf Powder), Indigofera argentea (Indigo Leaf Powder), Hibiscus sabdariffa (Hibiscus), Rheum undulatum (Rhubarb Root), Krameria trianda (Rhatany Root), Coffea arabica (Coffee), Curcuma longa (Curcuma Root), Beta vulgaris (Beetroot)]


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