Advantages All Natural product.
Disadvantages Can't be used for 3-6 months after colouring.
Okay now this will be the first time I have had any experience of one of the much loved by the ladies of Ciao favourite companies Lush, after reading so much about how good their products were how could I not at least give them a try.Not being the kind of person who does a lot of shopping personally, especially if it means going into either Leeds or Bradford which are the nearest large cities as such near me I had to take a look at what the store had to offer online.
Finding the site was no problems and I had to smile at the title Lush Times.After a lot of browsing and getting more and more tempted I finally found something I could relate to, Henna. Now I used to use Henna a lot when I was younger and then I got lured away to the harsher chemical alternatives that were on the market, people saw the vast array of colours
Another important point to me was the fact that I had made a choice to grow my hair and it is now well down my back, once I made the decision to look for a more natural approach to hair care Henna once again sprang to mind but it is not something that you can find everywhere, health food stalls are a good bet but the range is often limited.Lush however offered something a little different, there was a choice of several base colours which you could if you wanted to enhance with your own choice of herbs and such or you could just use the Henna as it was.
Inventively Lush have decided to play on the most obvious trait of Henna to name their range, it does resemble to me a cow pat when it’s mixed and so it got the name Caca.There are four choices for you,
Caca MarronThis is for those of use who are brunettes and just want to brighten their hair up a little, nothing too drastic but noticeable. This is the one I chose to try. (Red Henna, cocoa butter, Black Henna, ground coffee, irish moss powder and clove bud oil with perfume.
Caca BrunCoffee coloured is the description given for this colour, ideal for those of us who just want to keep a neutral colour and still get the wonderful deep conditioning shine you get with Henna treatments. (Black Henna, cocoa butter, red henna, ground coffee, nettle powder, irish moss powder, clove buds oil and perfume.)
Caca RougeNow this one is for those who really want to make a statement with their hair as it is the very red version. (Red Henna,cocoa butter, fresh lemon juice, powdered rosemary and clove bud oil with perfume.
Caca NoirVery deep black – burgundy, not this would be a little drastic for me but if you have got very dark or black hair this would be the one for you. ( Black Henna, cocoa butter, Red Henna, irish moss powder and clove bud oil with perfume.Now if you order any of these Henna blocks it arrives looking just like a block of chocolate, it is even in segments which is very useful because if you buy one of the blocks obtainable online at £5.
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