Hair always plays a major role in defining our looks. Have you ever craved for a particular hair style or colour, and wondered why you also couldn’t have it? Today, we will tell you why you should start colouring your hair at home, using the safest, most natural ingredients possible. And start experimenting with your hair colour sitting right at home with natural herbs and plant materials.
Fashion circles around the world are today abuzz with organic hair colours. Everybody wants to go switch over to a safer, natural alternative to chemical based hair colours. So, that’s exactly what we will discuss in this article.
Things to remember while choosing a hair colour:
- Is it damage-free?
The primary reason that keeps people away from getting their hair coloured is the apprehension that it would leave their hair dry, rough and brittle, in other words—damaged. To avoid this, simply try working with an organically natural or a 100% pure and organic hair colour. Get hold of a certified organic henna and indigo powder for hair colouring from a reputed brand. Look up its ingredients very carefully and weigh out its online reviews. Not all online reviews these days are genuine as social media gives equal opportunities to all to vent out their frustrations.
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- Think long term
Indus Valley Natural hair colours like henna and indigo do not bring about drastic colouring effects. Since they come from nature, so their colouring effects are also mild and somber. But who needs drastic colouring changes, unless one is in showbiz? Try choosing your hair colours with due thought to your hair health. Organic hair colors, nowadays, offer multiple shades that suit different skin tones and undertones. Choose the colour that best suits your skin tone and undertone. Organic henna, when mixed with other organic colouring herbs like indigo, chamomile and manjistha offer multiple shades that can help you look elegantly different.
- Knowing your skin tone and undertones
One of the many reasons why people often end up with a bad hair colour is their inability to match it with their skin undertone. Skin undertones can be detected by checking the eye colour, the colours of the veins visible from beneath the skin, etc. When you use natural henna for hair and bio-organic indigo powder for hair they leave their tints depending upon your skin undertones only so you don’t need to go into such details.
- Decide your colouring style
Before deciding which hair colour to go for, keep in mind the style you want to achieve. What type of hairdos do you usually prefer? Do you usually prefer a bun, or you prefer open curls? Or do you like straight hair cut in steps? You can, therefore, go for highlighters, streaks or balayage style of colouring hair. Or you can go for a flat colouring effect. Remember, organic and natural hair colours do not harm the hair and scalp. On the contrary, they nourish condition and hydrate the scalp. They, also, do not last for more than 4 to 6 weeks. So, feel free to experiment.
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There are countless videos on the internet guiding us on how to colour hair safely at home with natural and organic hair colours. The easiest hair colouring styles are to either go for a global colour, i.e. changing the entire colour of hair, or colouring in streaks which involves colouring small in-between locks of hair together in a shade that compliments the rest of your hair.
Chat up with our hair colouring and styling experts if you have any further doubts or queries. Till then, stay natural, stay beautiful!