Sante Herbal Hair Colours Nut Brown

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Sante Herbal Henna  Hair Colour - Nut Brown

Much the same as Umber Brown in Logona
Refer to before and after images on this site

Suitable for healthy minded people

Nut Brown is suitable for dark  blonde - medium brown hair

Nut Brown is suitable for hair with up to 30% grey hair (that is 30% white hair and 70% brown hair )

Nut brown over natural brown hair will give a lovely rich brown colour

The above information is on natural hair - not hair with commercial hair dye

If you already have commercial hair dye, just apply to the roots only and keep going from month to month and then when all commercial hair dye is gone you will see the true beautiful colour

As commercial hair dye is solid block coverage and Nut Brown is translucent colour ,sometimes the colour does not show properly against the commercial hair dye- Sante hair colours work beautifully - but to see the lovely colours we need to have no commercial hair dye in the hair

You can, however, use Sante hair colours over commercial hair dyes and perms .

Only when using Sante hair colours ( without chemical hair dye), will you then see the true and beautiful hair colour with NO synthetic appearance of commercial hair dye.

Please be a little patient untill all the commercial hair dye has gone. It is worth it!

Sante - looking after your hair - your health and the precious Planet


Mix nut brown with boiling water to yoghurt consistency
shampoo hair
dry hair - mosty dry
apply colour with an application brush 
cover with plastic cap supplied
cover cap with towel
apply heat from hand dryer for a few minutes
apply heat again in 30mts
keep warm
leave on for at least one hour 
rinse off with Logona colour conditioner


Hydrolyzed Wheat Protein, Algin, [+/- Lawsonia Inermis (Henna CI 75480), Cassia Auriculata (Cassia), Juglans Regia (Walnut Shell Powder), Indigofera Tinctoria (Indigo Leaves), Indigofera Argentea (Indigo Leaves), Rheum Undulatum (Rhubarb Root), Krameria Triandra (Rhatany Root), Coffea Arabica (Coffee), Curcuma Longa (Curcuma Root), Beta Vulgaris (Beet Root)]