When I book time on a mobile basis, I can't find a direct appointment link on your site. I feel it's a little tricky to find? 

-The size of our website changes when you switch from desktop to tablet or phone. Therefore, it also moves the menu, i.e. the main menu, aside to make it easier to view the site. We have made it easier to book an appointment so that when you come directly to our site, you can book an appointment immediately from the link on the front page. If you want to use the page menu, you can choose a Salon or Spa - book time. In practice, we believe the appointment can be found relatively quickly and conveniently. 

The main menu says, " book time for pampering?" Does this just mean booking SPA services? 

- Our Ekokampaamo services, as well as our eco-care services, consist of pampering treatments, so you can always find both services under the same link. Booking time is very easy.

Why is it that in a few weeks the henna color will almost completely fade from the hair? I don't know if this happens again and again, but I just dyed as instructed and the color quickly wore off. I dyed red henna powder, added a few drops of vinegar and warm water. I let it work for a couple of hours.

- The color fading can be caused by a lot of different things. In general, the condition of the hair and previous dyes greatly affect the stability of the colour. The results of staining may also be affected by medicinal roots and hormonal activity. It may also be that henna herself, which you have used, is not at her best. However, you can try another henna brand, such as Cultivator's or head to ekokampaamo.


Can you bleach with plant colors? If not, what do you use for bleaching? 

- You can't bleach with vegetable colours, only to brighten the existing colour. Bleaching is still a very requested service. In our eco-comb, we use synthetic bleaching powder and clay discount based on the Grö Salon. Grön Salon V according todiscount powder is Goldwell's SilkLift, which is synthetic but almost fragrant and meets the requirements and ecological criteria of Grön Salon. This bleaching also uses oxidants, but the product puts far less strain on the hair than traditional bleaching agents. You can't get ashy tones on your hair, but you can get natural tones. Bleaching powder is more gentle to man and is not in scalp contact, nor so burdensome to nature, for it does not include, for example. ammonia, which is usually used in bleaching powders. Ehdotless one of the world's chemical-free ways to bleach hair clay discount. We use Swedish La Cordier and Finnish Earth Earth Made clay discount innovations in our eco-comb. Biodegradable clay-soda bleaching is an ecological way to lighten hair. It is suitable for hair that has been so synthetically coloured and especially for plant-coloured and untreated hair, and it lightens a few degrees depending on the base. The clay discount can make lightening of the whole head as well as stripes using different techniques. The result is soft and natural. Processing begins clay wash or cleaning, followed by blanching. The effect time is 30 to 60 Minutes. The mixture consists of only three different ingredients: clay-soda mixture and oxidation. The oxidation is synthetic, its function is to open the hair pores, from which the color can be changed. The "organic" alternative to oxidants does not currently exist. The result is usually a beautiful, if slightly beige shade. Bleaching power is usually based on the level of the oxidant. The higher the oxygenation, its you get a lighter color. The clay discount can also only brighten the color of the hair by a degree or two, so that the end result stays close to the natural level. The clay discount is also suitable for people with dark hair.

Can you use a vegetable color to cover the Greys?

- Most of the time you do. In rare cases, the ability to cover the Grey may have faltered, depending on the condition the hair has been in originally or how treated the hair is. If the hair is natural in its own state, the result is usually better.

Can you temporarily tone hair with vegetable dyes? What about a highlighted red tone without a clear staining? How does a colorless cassia work on its own without staining henna?

- Plant dyeing is usually always hair toning, as it does not change the structure of the hair inside, but remains on the surface of the hair. If you want to emphasize your own red color, then indeed vegetable color is the best option. The colorless Cassia is used either as a caring color for the customer or as a shade in combination with various herbs, such as chamomile or marigold.

My problem with hair colorization is that color doesn't want to stay in the muzzle. Dyes yes when you put it well, but a couple after washing, all the color is only strangely "dissolved" away. The last few years I've been to ecocamper and plant colors have found nice colors, but the same still ailing.

- Plant dyeing is a process and more than one staining cycle may be required for the desired result. If you have used a synthetic color and your hair is “penetrated”, the process is slow. If your hair is in natural state, it's easier to dye. The vegetable colour does not penetrate the hair to change the natural composition of the hair, but it attaches to the outer layers of the hair, so it does not change the synthetic colour in the hair either. If the hair is bleached, it will not hurt, the stripes will remain just a little lighter and show the color brighter. So, I recommend you continue the plant dyeing.

Can plant dyes implement the so-called. balayage stripes or stripes in general?

- Basically can, but the result is not always as clear as when made with synthetic materials. I recommend a clay discount for stripes. 

Do I need to know what treatment I choose for my scalp before coming to you (seaweed or clay)? I couldn't find a direct link to either. 

- In general, we always choose care according to each individual's needs, so we decided to use the term care or care package. 

After 15 years of dyeing with synthetic dyes, self and hairdresser, do you need to take something special into account when moving to plant dyes? In other words, can you just pick up the package and dye yourself the next time the basal growth starts to interfere?What are the differences in plant colors? I looked at the online store and found many different brands and quality packages. There were” plain " hair color packages and henna. What are the differences and what should be considered?

- First of all, in this case, it is very important to do a proper deep cleaning to remove all excess sebum, chemical and heavy metal residue from the hair. This helps to stick and stick to the color. Hairdressing visits do take some money, but it is also generally profitable with a long time focus – when the hair is more carefully groomed, the colour usually lasts longer for a better look. There are many different characters and the price also varies. Nasty yes, many henna products, even marketed as natural, contain durable dyes and highly allergenic PPD. If you want to secure henna's right, you should read through the INCI list. The real natural henna is called "Lawsonia Inermis” whereas synthetic henna is simply called ”Lawson."