Determine your color

Determine your own composition

No head hair is the same, luckily. The hair consists of various color nuances, so the effect of henna on everyone’s hair is therefore unique. We like gray hair because you get natural High-Light by coloring with Henna. The color remains transparent, which is why gray cannot be 100% covered. The Henna can over chemically dyed and permed hair, it works like a cure. The result is beautiful, healthy and full of hair. The (natural) substrate therefore plays an important role in the end result. Because Henna slowly wears out of the hair, there is no noticeable outgrowth. You can color it endlessly one after the other.

Because gray hair is common, I have some examples of colors on 75% to 100% gray / white hair.

My wish is:

light beige: 1 brownie hot gold blonde, 1 brownie herbal cure, 1 brownie saharabe blonde and 1/2 brownie amla (with a little lemon juice).

Saharabei blonde: 2 brownies saharabei blonde

Medium light blonde: 1 brownie medium light blonde, 1/2 herbal cure and 1/2 amla

Medium gold blonde: 1 brownie medium blonde and a 1/2 brownie hot gold blonde

Golden blonde: 1 brownie hot gold blonde, 1/2 brownie herbal cure and 1/2 cube amla.

Slightly golden: 1 brownie warm gold blonde, 1 brownie, 1 block of herbal cure.

Golden-brown: 1 brownie warm gold blonde, 1 brownie henna red, 1/2 brownie light brown and 1 brownie amla.

Golden brown body: 1 brownie red, 1 brownie warm gold blonde, brownie black (1 brownie amla for cooler shade).

Red gold: 2 Henna red brownies and 2 warm gold blonde brownies.

Light gold brown: 2 brownies light brown and 1 brownie warm gold blonde (1 brownie amla for a cooler color)

Dark gold brown: 1 brownie dark brown, 1 brownie black and 1 brownie warm gold blonde (1 brownie amla for a cooler color).

light brown red: 1 brownie light brown, 1 brownie dark brown, 1/2 brownie Henna red (with a dash of lemon juice)

Brown red: 1 brownie Henna red and 1 brownie dark brown

Fire red: 1 brownie auburn and 1 brownie henna red (with a dash of red wine)

Auburn: 2 brownie auburn (with a dash of elderberry juice)

There are 3 options for dark brown / black:

A): 1 brownie red, 1 brownie dark brown and 1/2 brownie Indigo (if necessary, repeat the coloring again immediately, color accumulation)

B): 11/2 brownie dark brown 1 brownie Indigo (if necessary, repeat the coloring again immediately, color accumulation)

C): first pigment gray hair with 2 Henna red brownies, after rinsing 2 Henna Indigo brownies for a second treatment in succession (if necessary, repeat the coloring again immediately with Indigo, color accumulation)

Color mixes for gray, light blond to dark blond with Auburn color are:

Auburn 2 brownies with warm gold blonde 2 brownies (with golden nuance)

Auburn 1 brownie, Indigo 1 brownie and Henna red 1 brownie (deep purple)

Auburn 1 brownie auburn, 1 brownie dark brown and 11/2 Indigo brownie (deep dark purple)

I now have red hair and my wish is:

red light warm gold: 1 brownie warm gold blonde, 1/2 brownie light brown, 1/2 hazelnut brown and 1/2 brownie Henna red

light brown: 2 warm gold brown brownies and 1 light brown brownie

warm red brown: 1/2 henna red brownie, 1 brownie light brown and 1 brownie dark brown

deep dark brown: 1 brownie dark brown, 1/2 henna black and 1 brownie Indigo