2 CommentsTuesday, 26 March 2019 | Tricia
I'm often asked to recommend hair care products to use with henna and henna based natural hair dyes. It is particularly important to use a mild shampoo to avoid washing the colour out too quickly.
53 CommentsFriday, 4 November 2016 | Tricia
Organic Indigo, from the ground leaves of the Indigofera Tinctoria plant, a completely organic gift from nature for dyeing hair. Some people get fantastic results from it, whilst others struggle to make it work well. These tips will help to give you the best result.
6 CommentsTuesday, 13 January 2015 | Tricia
These tips are specifically for henna based natural hair dyes such as It's Pure Organics and Logona. It tells you how to get the best results and enhance the longevity of the colour.
Monday, 22 September 2014 | Tricia
‘Pure dead brilliant’ is a modern Scottish slang phrase meaning ‘the best’ or ‘Exceptionally good’. We originally chose the brand name 'Its pure organics' to signify its purity and organic credentials. We later learnt of the Scottish phrase and thought it very apt. We think our hair dyes are 'pure dead brilliant' as well as being very pure!
Friday, 18 July 2014 | Tricia
If you're experiencing a problem with your hair getting darker and darker due to a build up of natural hair colour from repeated applications read on…
Sunday, 11 May 2014 | Tricia
These new colour creams from Sante in 5 shades are very easy to use. They give gentle colour whilst leaving your hair silky, shiny and volumised.
Friday, 28 March 2014 | Tricia
If you wish for a completely natural hair colour cream that's hassle free and easy, Logona Colour Creams must be the easiest to use of all natural hair colour creams on the market.
1 CommentFriday, 12 April 2013 | Tricia
The first time you use a particular hair dye, we strongly recommend that you do a strand test before putting the dye all over your hair.
5 CommentsSaturday, 8 September 2012 | Tricia
Henna is a non-damaging plant-based dye that you can use to stain your hair a reddish-brown colour. Applying henna dye to your hair can be quite messy, so you must take some precautions to make sure you don’t stain your forehead or surroundings. Once henna is on your hair, let it soak in for a few hours in a plastic cap or film before you rinse it out. Keep reading to find our step by step tutorial on how to best apply henna to your hair.
29 CommentsWednesday, 5 September 2012 | Tricia
Dealing with hair that has gone too red or orange from using henna (or henna-based products)