Desert Shadow Organic Hair Dye Chestnut Shadow (100g)
- Natural, Certified Organic Semi Permanent Hair Dye
- Beautiful Warm, Medium Reddish Brown
- Contains Henna and Botanicals
- Earn 25 Points
Desert Shadow Organic Hair Dye in Chestnut Shadow to add a warm, medium reddish brown to your hair, available at Flora & Fauna.
Up to 6 weeks of semi permanent to permanent hair colour.
Warm and sweet like winter chestnuts, Chestnut Shadow will give a beautiful warm, medium reddish brown on grey, light blonde and dark blonde hair and will add a beautiful rich warm glow to light brown, medium brown and even dark brown hair.
This colour is ideal for fair to medium warm complexions, light olive complexions and people with naturally brown or red hair.
This product includes Henna.
Note from Flora & Fauna: You may think these products are fussy and you need time. Let me assure you that this isn't the case. I am someone with no time and I enjoyed this; it's easy, quite fuss free and your hair feels, and smells, amazing. There is a bit of preparation but it's the same as stirring a bowl of pasta - no effort and that comes from someone who doesn't cook a lot.
Desert Shadow Hair Colour Products also act as a hair treatment, helping to repair dry and damaged ends, leaving your hair silky soft and shiny
This Non-irritating 100% Certified Organic formula is ideal for those who have scalp issues, sensitive skin and allergies to commercial hair dyes. It is also a wonderful and safe alternative for Pregnant Mums who would like to continue colouring during pregnancy* as they contain nothing but Certified Organic Goodness.
Allow yourself plenty of time for this treatment but enjoy it as it is a relaxing treatment.
Follow the detailed instructions in the pack.
Note if the recipe indicates do add honey you do not need to do this to keep it vegan.
At Desert Shadow, they only work with botanical ingredients so they use a variety of plants to create the different shades, although, every colour has a different formulation.
Ingredients: Indigofera tinctoria, Lawsonia interims (Henna), Beta bulgaris, Aloe barbadensis.