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Cultivator's Hair Shop Wine Red
Cultivator's vegetable colours make your hair strong and shiny. Intense colors based on organic plants are easy to use and guarantee a natural, shiny end result. Each shade contains aloe vera that treats the hair and leaves it soft and thick to feel. The colour range has delicious shades from chocolate brown to soft blond, glowing red and intense black. Cultivator's hair dyes are safe semi-resistant dyes that gradually leave the hair after washing. Plant segments work in conjunction with the hair's own pigment, so the final dye result is influenced by the current hair color, previous chemical treatments, dyeing time and temperature. Wine Red is a spectacular shade of dark red. Always perform a filter test before applying colour to all hair to ensure the desired result. The pack contains four powder sacks, a colouring cap and gloves. Dosage guide for short hair: 1 bag, medium hair: 2 bag, long hair: 3 bag, very long hair: 4 bag.
InstructionsAdd colouring powder to warm water and mix in a flat, creamy mass. Spread to clean towel hair starting with a perch and allow 30-90 minutes under the dye cap. Longer duration of action makes the outcome more intense. Finally, rinse thoroughly with water alone. The colour is still developing 48h during which shampooing is not recommended.
Tips and more informationIf your hair is chemically dyed, take a 5-6-week break before colouring Cultivator's hair dyes. Covering the grey may require two to three colouring times. The color doesn't damage the hair, so you can color again the next day. To achieve a darker and more intense shade, it may sometimes require a second colouring cycle, but wait for the colour to develop at least twelve hours before the second. Vegetable dyes do not contain chemical oxidants, so they do not bleach the hair. However, it is possible to brighten your own light shade with herbs, to fade the root canal and to bring a new shade of blond hair.
INCIHibiscus sabdariffa (Roselle) Powder, Rubia cordifolia (Manyjha) Powder, Beta vulgaris (Beet root) Powder, Emblica officinalis (Amla) Powder, Indigofera tinctoria (Indigo) Powder, Ziziphus spina-Christi (Ziziphus) Powder, Eucalyptus globulus (Eucalyptus) Powder, Lawsonia inermis (Henna) Alobarbadensis (Alobarbadensis) Powder, Curcuma longa (Turmeric) Powder, Matricaria recutita (Chamomile)