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Logona Herbal Hair Colour Powder 092 Reddish Brown 100g

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Made in Germany100% Natural Vegan
Logona Herbal Hair Colour Powder 092 Reddish Brown 100g

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Product Overview

Logona Herbal Hair Colour Powders contain only 100% natural finely ground botanical colourants. They also contain ingredients which protect and strengthen the hair, improve hair structure and make it more manageable. Unlike harsh chemical hair dyes, Logona Herbal Hair Colour Powders do not lift the natural pigment from the hair and leave it dry and brittle. Instead, they smooth the cuticle of the hair and leave it soft and shiny.

Logona Herbal Hair Colour Powder Reddish Brown is especially suitable for light blonde to dark brown hair.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE: Always perform a strand test on your hair prior to coloring to check for allergies and to determine how long to leave the colour on. Place Logona Herbal Hair Colour in a heatproof bowl and stir approximately 300ml of boiling water into the herbal powder to achieve a creamy consistency. Protect your clothing by placing a towel around your shoulders. Wear the enclosed gloves. Leave mixture to cool till it is comfortable to apply. Apply the Logona Herbal Hair Colour evenly strand for strand to all the hair. Remove colour residue from the skin where necessary. Cover the hair with the enclosed warming cup and wrap a towel around your hair. Heat will intensify the resulting colour. Leave the treatment on your hair for the recommended time on the package or determined by your strand test. Rinse your hair thoroughly and wash it once more in order to remove all traces of the Herbal Hair Colour. Condition your hair with Logona Colour Fix After Treatment. Dry and style your hair as usual.


Indigofera Tinctoria (Indigo) Leaf Powder, Lawsonia Inermis (Henna) Leaf Extract*, Acacia Concinna Fruit Powder*, Emblica Officinalis Fruit Powder*, Eclipta Prostrata Leaf Power*, Melia Azadirachta Leaf Powder*

*Certified Organic

Additional Information

Brand Logona
Skin Type No
Skin Condition No

Customer Reviews 4 item(s)

It's fab - Review by Joanna / (Posted on 30/05/2020)
I personally, love the Logona hair products. Great coverage, and very close to my own hair colour too, it's fab'! Hair feels and looks superb after and so pleased I found something that I can do myself and is pretty easy to apply, (as I used to work in Hairdressing), so have told others about this hair colour. Very good.
No way back to chemical dyes - Review by Ana / (Posted on 14/05/2018)
This is the first natural hair dye I have ever tried, and I don't think I'll be going back to the chemical ones.
Forget about chemical dyes - Review by Ana / (Posted on 08/05/2018)
I've been using natural face/skin/hair care for years now, but have been hesitant about hair dyes. I'm so glad that I finally made the decision and chose Logona! I believe my hair is the most difficult type to dye naturally - thick, dense, low to medium porosity, curly/wavy and with early onset of gray (40-50% at the moment). This dye does cover grey pretty well, they are lighter than the others, though, but they blend nicely and, in time, I will have natural highlights! Additionally, there is no hard line between dyed hair and new roots, as with chemical dyes. A few tips: I mix the powder with ultra-strong coffee instead of water, applying the mixture with hands instead of brush is less messy for me, and I always use Logona's conditioner after dying and a few times in between.
Good coverage - Review by Julie / (Posted on 20/10/2017)
I switched to herbal hair colour when I had chemotherapy and my hair was growing back because it was fragile. Pros: good coverage on my greying hair and leaves it lovely and shiny also there is no hard line as hair regrows. Cons: you do need to leave the hair colour on a long time, maybe up to 2 hours and it can be a bit messy although you develop techniques to be tidier with experience. I can't imagine changing back to chemical dyes now.