One of the most annoying things about turning 30 is that you start getting grey hair. There may only be one or two of them now, but I still prefer not to have any, especially because I have naturally black hair, which makes even the tiniest gray hair super visible. So, I decided to dye it with the Herbal Hair Colour by Khadi Naturprodukte and I was quite happy with the result.
I’ve dyed my hair before with synthetic products and with henna, and I honestly think that the second one is a much better choice. Henna doesn’t damage your hair, on the contrary, it adds shine and condition to it. This product is 100% natural, vegan, and free from preservatives and synthetic colours. It’s also BDIH certified. So, there are enough reasons to choose this hair dye over chemical alternatives.
But before you start dyeing your hair with henna, there are some things you should know. For starters, henna hair dye is very messy and it will stain everything, including your skin. So, wear gloves and maybe an old T-shirt, and try to protect your hairline, ears and the back of your neck.
The second important thing is that you should never use a synthetic permanent hair dye on top of henna, because the two may react badly, if applied in this order. Using henna after synthetic hair dyes is okay. Also, the more often you dye your hair with henna, the better and more vibrant the colour will be. So, definitely try it and let me know how it goes.
As always, thanks for reading and until the next post!
About the brand: Khadi® Naturprodukte is a German brand that combines modern cosmetics with Ayurvedic natural healing, a traditional system of medicine with historical roots.
Disclaimer: This post has nothing to do with advertising. I carefully choose and buy all the products I use myself, and my opinion is strictly personal.