1. Colouring and Discolouring
This hair colour is made with 100% plant-based powders and therefore may have different effect from one individual to another. Therefore, a stand test is highly recommended to ascertain the effect of the colour on your hair.
If the hair shows a slight tone of blue after a strand test of Soft Black, then application of Natural Henna would help neutralise the colour. Similarly, if the hair shows a slight reddish or orange tone after a strand test of Dark Brown or Nut Brown, then application of Natural Indigo Henna would help neutralise it.
2. Transition Phase
It is possible that your hair may take sometime to adapt to the natural hair colour and you may not get the desired results in the first go. This is usually common for hair that have been chemically treated or dyed in the past. However, the resuts get better with each application as the hair starts to adapt to the natural colour.
3. Always use gloves
The organic henna powder in this hair colour can potentially stain your fingers while application. Therefore it is recommended to use gloves and brush to apply the colour. It is also advisable to use a cape sheet during application to avoid staining your clothes.
4. DO NOT shampoo for 48 hours
Natural colour takes upto 48 hours to develop completely. It is recommended to NOT use shampoo till then for best results.