Sante Herbal Hair Colours Chestnut Brown 100gm

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Sante Herbal Hair Colour - Chestnut Brown 100grms

Certified Natrue
No artificial fragrances
Essential oils only
Sante never test on animals

Chestnut Brown is suitable for medium brown hair with up to 50% grey hair ( white hair) .and for light brown hair to medium brown hair .
Refer to much the same colour as chestnut brown in Logona .
View colours on Before & After images on this site

On 50% grey hair , the colour result will be blondish,  and on medium brown ( no grey hair )  the result will be a beautiful chestnut brown colour.

Not suitable for more than 50% grey hair as it may be too golden and coppery  .

. mix chestnut brown powder with boiling water or brewed coffee or tea  to yoghurt consistency
. shampoo hair - no conditioner
. dry hair 
. section hair ear to ear and forehead to nape
. apply colour with application brush , section by section
. put plastic cap on
. add some heat from dryer for a few minutes
. leave 70mts
. rinse off with Logona colour fix conditioner

For hair with over 10% grey hair, apply to roots only each time as applying all over may add some copper tones due to colour over colour

Tip: Once rinsed off, apply some Sante hair wax to dry hair - can apply wet also

Then apply some Sante hair gel to fringe and a little all over to piece out and give texture to hair 
This makes for a lovely feel also to your hair without the plastics ingredients of commercial hair styling products

Commercial hair products have PVP ( plastic in them )

Sante and Logona ( same company of Logocos) hair styling products are awsome !!- NO PVP  or synthetic silicones

Try them, its only natural!-- help save the planet and most of all you will see and feel the difference

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*from controlled organic cultivation