These hair colours contain only natural plant colourants and conditioning ingredients, such as certified organically grown henna, walnut shells and buckthorn bark.Please see the shade chart below, and product reviews at the bottom of the page.
They contain no PPD, peroxide, preservative, ammonia or any other chemicals. You can dye your hair with complete safety even if you have sensitive skin and allergies.
You can get light coverage of grey hair with Logona herbal hair colours. You may need to first coat your hair with a brown shade and apply several layers please read the info page on Covering Grey
*The Henna Black and Henna Black intense shades are designed for darkening brown hair and they are not suitable for colouring white hair as it can give a bluish tint on white hair. However it may be applied to white hair if it is mixed with other shades such as brown umber.
Please note that this type of natural dyes without chemicals cannot radically change in your hair colour - it is difficult for white hair to become a dark colour. You cannot lighten your hair with natural dyes.
Whether you want the dye to add depth or a subtle nuance to your existing colour, or to change your hair colour altogether, these natural hair dyes do the job without damaging your natural hair structure. The henna and other herbal ingredients coat your hair and increase volume, strengthen, condition and make your hair more glossy.
A Logona Herbal Hair Color combines with your individual hair color and hair structure to produce an individual colour result not completely predictable. Fine or very light hair typically binds the hair color quicker and more intensively than thicker or darker hair.
The colourants are also available as a Colour Cream in 5 shades
Mixing Herbal Hair Colour Powders - These powders are mixed with hot water and prepared in a similar way to natural henna colourants. Many users achieve unique and beautiful color results by mixing two or three hair colors together. Especially in the red and brown color ranges all imaginable nuances are possible. Mixtures of golden blonde and sahara produce many variations in the golden to reddish range.
Also common among many users is to mix a small amount of Henna Black into a base of Mahogany, Chestnut Brown, or Walnut Brown to darken the color result.
Applying heat after applying the dye, such as with a hairdryer, will strengthen the colour. You can also mix black tea with the powders to achieve a darker colour.
Please note that 100% natural hair colourants will never perform in the same way as chemical hair dyes. If you put a dark colour on top of light coloured hair it will give a lighter result than if you had used a chemical dye - this is because they work by coating your hair with a transparent film and the lighter colour will show through to some extent - as shown on the Logona hair colour chart. To achieve stronger colour more applications can be applied allowing at least 12 hours between colouring. Grey in particular because of its unique structure and chemistry will often require more than one application to cover it.