Red Henna Hair Dye - All Natural Hair Color Products
Red Henna is perfect for total coloring, gray coverage or root touch-up on black hair—it is also great to mix with other henna color to deepen the color. Also conditions for increased manageability, gloss and shine.
Red Henna is the perfect color for people looking to add subtle red to their natural shade of dark brown, as well as those looking for a natural “redhead” color. This color of henna is particularly beneficial for people dealing with grey coverage. Applied before the brown, this red henna will help the brown color to better adhere to your grey roots. Using a specific ratio of the henna leaf and bark, MM offers the finest in chemical-free hair color
Morrocco Method Henna is 100% chemical free and contains no harsh metals, parabens, or toxins that irritate the hair and scalp. No matter the color of henna, it is deeply nourishing, conditioning and the perfect alternative to harsh chemical hair dyes. All MM Henna color can be used to safely dye any light-colored natural fabric that you want to subtly darken. i.e. doilies, handkerchiefs, muslin, etc. As a leader in the henna hair color industry, we use only truly natural ingredients. While many henna hair dyes are marketed as “natural,” they contain harsh metals and toxins. MM continues to bring the purest ingredients into our products to ensure their quality and the quality of your look. Each shade of henna hair color is created using two natural plants: henna (Lawsonia inermis) and indigo (Indigofera tinctoria), with the exception of Blonde Henna. All are 100% plant material and completely chemical free: no metallic salts, no ammonia, no PPD!Not All Henna Products Are Alike:
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- 100% chemical free
- contains no harsh metals, parabens, or toxins
- Cruelty Free
- Soy Free
- GMO Free
- No SLS
- Made in America
What do people say about the Morrocco Method All Natural Henna Hair Dyes:
From Morrocco Method
"I did what you suggested, and used 1/4 red henna to cover red...it's beautiful! I was nervous about it but you had never steered me wrong, so I decided to take a leap of faith... Thank you, thank you, thank you!" --Teresa
In November of 2012 I did my first henna treatment. I was incredibly nervous about applying henna over my previously died chemical hair, but the results were fabulous. I used red henna, and while it took me a few days to get used to the new and brighter, more vibrant color, I could already tell that my hair looked and felt healthier. Amazingly, the henna did a better job of covering my stubborn white hairs than any chemical dye ever did.-Julie S.
"Thank you for all your help and your wonderful products. I have found the combination of henna colors that works for me and I can't believe how great it feels to go truly natural!!! Thanks again" --Lisa
Important to Note About Morrocco Method All Natural Henna Hair Color - Red:
Our Red Henna Hair Color is 100% pure plant dye. There are no chemicals, metallic salts, or PPD. Our henna hair color is the safest form of hair dye you can use, and it even has healthy benefits for your hair. You can safely use henna on previously chemically dyed hair, but we suggest waiting 6-8 weeks after your last dye job to allow for detox.
But if choose to continue with chemical dyes after applying henna, you'll need to wait 6-8 weeks until it fades. It won't "burn" your hair, which is a reaction to chemically-adulterated henna, but it can give you unpredictable results. Plant dyes don't lift easily out of your hair, leaving the end color unpredictable, and it fades faster because henna makes your hair less porous.
Going lighter cannot be done with a box dye, and the amount of developer you will need to lift the henna will damage your hair to the point where it won't take dyes well. When dying your hair with henna and indigo, it will only lift the henna, and not the indigo, giving you green hair. The amount of chemicals you need to remove indigo from your hair will make your hair too damaged to hold any dye at all. You can, however, dye your hair the same color or darker.