Chemical Dye Over The Green

So I have discussed on this forum before, talking about how my hair turned green after a LUSH CACA Noir appliation. I since then, Henned my hair With Lush CACA Rouge. It worked for most of the green, but I still have quite of bit green highlights (very werid i know). Anyways, I'm Kinda done using henna and indigo. Just wanna chemical dye my hair to cover up the green. It's aleady a nice dark brown with red and green highlights. Anyways I just need some advice on what is okay to use and advice how to keep my color (THE BROWN) the same shade and not darker, since this tends to happen.

Henna after hair loss treatment?

Hi all,

Help! I want my grey hair back after using cassia!

So I used Cassia to condition my hair. I bought Light Mountain Neutral-NO WHERE on the box did it say it would result in a gold yellow color on grey hair.  I did a strand test, but my hair is salt and pepper and I really didn't notice any color in the strand test I did. When I washed and dried my hair, it was very obvious I now had a yellow in my hair. I hate it. I Love my grey, it's a beautiful or was a beautiful silver. Yes, it did condition it and it feels amazing, but I really really really hate this blonde in it.

1:1 henna/indigo ratio = purple?! Whats going on???

Hi! Would so appreciate any insight to this. So, contrary to what usually happens- greys turning purple because henna didn't stick well enough- in my case, the henna/indigo worked just fine on the greys. Its my normal hair (light/medium brown) that started taking on a violet tint after several applications of a 1:1ratio of hendigo. Aweful!!! O.O So, I literally stopped adding indigo and thankfully the violet faded to dark red-brown (very pretty) BUT now my greys are a super bright red (sigh...).

Blue-Black Hair

Hello!  I have been using henna & indigo to dye my hair for about 6 years or so.  I'm a naturally dirty blonde and use a 1-step henna & indigo process to dye my hair a deep, chestnut brown.

The thing is, I'm getting bored with this color.

Back in my days of not caring about what chemicals were in my hair dye, I had a lot of fun playing with different colors, and I'd like to do that again.  I know that henna and indigo have their limits, but I would like to try experimenting a bit.

Henna safety

I have come across products called Henna Lip Stains which are marketed as makeup.  They are lip colors in a "henna base".  I am wondering about the safety of these products.  Is it safe to put henna on lips?  Even though it would be a topical application, there would definitely be some henna ingestion.  Thank you for your help

Hendgigo different red base and different stages


Firstly I have found this forum to be amazing at assisting me in restoring my greying dark brown to a youthful glossy dark brown with a variety of trial and error. I had an anaphylactic shock reaction over a year ago having had my hair semi-permanently coloured dark brown at the salon which I had done for years. Two paramedics, a hospital visit, a near coma experience, body on fire and breathing three times faster than safe, definitely brought it home to me. I am allergic to PPD and its sister chemicals in dark hair dyes.

Need some red in my orange henna hair

I have on my hair twilight with nightshade. I put it on about a year ago.  Saw the photo someone else took of my hair recently and don't like how orange it is.  Recently I put on some more of the same product to blended my roots. I left it on for ten hours. How what product can I put on to add some red or auburn in my hair? Thanks so much for your help. Signed, unhappily a carrot-top!

Hendigo not covering grey/ 2 step too dark help please

Hi, I started using henna and Indig 2 step method  on my very dark brown hair which had some highlights in it and for the first couple of uses I loved it. I got a lovely chocolatey brown. However, after time, when my highlights had grown out, the two step mix (even though I was only doing the roots) started to make my hair a blue black. I then switched to hendigo but it makes my grey an orangey colour. I am using premium quality henna and indigo.

A Little Gray in the Hairline

Hello,   This is regarding an article that I found on this website dealing with covering gray in the hairline.  Somebody on the site was talking about  (Situation) they had great henna coverage on their hair, but, Not the hairline area. And, One of your people (Hennaforhair) Made a point, they use,  I believe, suggested that they use Conditioner, and Henna, I believe there was more to it.


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