Burgundy is a darker shade of red with warm tones. The colour is similar to rusty wine. Hibiscus adds a reddish tinge. The mismatch contained deepens the colour tone of the mixture. The brighter the substrate, the more pronounced the colour.
Mahogany is for all lovers of red reflections that are neither too bright nor too dark. The high percentage of cordate stains gives the colour a beautiful warm reddish hue. Catches up in copper on light hair, can also darken dark to black hair, giving it a deep mystical red tint.
Red-pink colour with burgundy tones. The final shade depends mainly on the substrate. It gives the hair a red shine. The cordate mordant gives the colour a red pigment, it also has an excellent effect on irritated skin. On light hair, the colour will be reddish, on brown with red reflections into mahogany.
Our Auburn Red is the reddish red colour. The light hair tones get quite radiant thanks to it and the dark hair get truly reminiscent of ripe chestnuts. It gives your hair a reddish-brown shine thanks to hibiscus contained in it. The hair dye doesn’t look distinctive on very dark hair but it gives them a beautiful reddish hue.
The golden blond gives the hair a gently warm golden tint, designed primarily for naturally light hair. Fenugreek here takes care of dry hair, a little hibiscus in turn adds juice and shine. The golden blond could also be considered a peanut, and it is also used when women no longer want to make their mark. It adds a golden touch to light brown hair and gray.
Strawberry blond is a very bright red colour. It catches well on naturally light hair, giving it a soft and warm honey-cop- per touch. False daisy prevents premature graying and falling out. Cassia cares and regenerates hair with amla. Who does not dare to use pure henna of it’s intensity, this colour is it’s lighter variant. Leaves a warm golden-reddish tinge on darker hair.
It is a pure indigo that contains a dark blue dye. In colours, they form the basis of all cold shades. It is fragile, does not tolerate hot water or long wait. It is blue-gray on light hair and brown-blue on brown. It gives dark hair a darker and colder touch. Separately, it has relatively weak staining effects, it can mix with other shades.
Pure henna lawsonia inermis has a radiant orange fire colour. It catches well on all hair types, the resulting shade depends on the substrate. Henna soothes the scalp, helps with dandruff, falls from damaged hair. It gives the pale hair a bright fire colour, creating red colour and red glare on dark hair. It has good covering abilities, it perfectly covers the gray.
Cassia is also called “colourless henna”. It is made to re- generate hair, whether you use natural colours or not. It is not the task of for dyeing, it can make a honey cast on the hair lightly or darken it a little. Cassia leaves hair soft, shiny and richer. It is ideal as a hair treatment for damaged, dull and weak hair.