Henna (Lawsonia Inermis)The powdered leaves of this desert plant creates a permanent red-orange dye that both colors and strengthens hair. Henna also deposits a natural, moisture-permeable plant wax that helps reduce moisture loss and smooths the cortex. More, Indigo (Indigofera tinctoria)A natural deep blue dye that can be blended with other herbs to dye hair brown or black. More, Hibiscus (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis)An emollient (meaning it helps the cuticle of the hair lay down) and a demulcent (meaning it leaves a light soothing film behind) this herb has a cooling effect. It stimulates hair growth, increases hair thickness, reduces and prevents graying, balding, hair-loss, dandruff, split-ends, and many other hair conditions and many scalp disorders. It is also an excellent natural conditioner... More, Elder Berry (Sambucus canadensis)Its flowers and berries have a long history of use in traditional European medicine. The berries produce a deep purple-red dye. More, Beet Root (Beta vulgaris)Betanin, obtained from the roots, is a deep red dye. More, Triphala powder (amalaki, bibhitaki and haritaki)Triphala is recommended and used more than any other Ayurvedic herbal formulation. It is composed of the dried fruits of amalaki, bibhitaki and haritaki. More
10g packets are ideal for strand testing and allergy testing. Use the chart above to find how much you’ll need. Round up 50g if your hair is very curly or thick.
Your order will come with a full color instruction brochure, but you can also download it here!
Totally new to herbal hair coloring? Read the Quickstart Guide!
Herbal hair colors with henna and/or indigo are permanent and will not come out with conventional dye removal methods, if at all. Be smart and strand test.
Learn how to make your transition from chemical dyes to natural plant based dyes as seamless as possible.
Use your crock pot or Instant Pot (on the yogurt setting!) to get quick, perfect dye release every time.
Janet (verified owner) –
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Keri Riley (verified owner) –
I’ve been dying my hair with NightBloomings henna blends since 2014. I’m naturally an ash blonde so the little bit of indigo helps give more depth to the final color. I have fine 2b/2c wavy curls, that’s just past brastrap length, and is high porosity. The henna color doesn’t fade from what I can tell, and boosts the strength of my curls as a protein treatment. At this point I mainly touch up my roots and add a little extra through the length of my hair as a refresher. I personally mix in some of the selkie detangler so it goes on smoother as my fine hair is prone to tangles/breakage. It’s been my go to for over 8 years, and I’d highly recommend if you’re ready to go red! ♥️
Tara (verified owner) –
My favorite for years. I mix this with fire genasi for a perfect color.
Anna Parker (verified owner) –
I love this color, and I get so many compliments on it (:
Anonymous (verified owner) –
Perfect sample amount and test application was simple. The scent of this herbal dye is far preferable to chemical hair dyes.
Adds depth, richness, and lots of ruby copper warmth to darker hair.
stormgambit (verified owner) –
This is the best dye I have ever used! I have been using it for a couple of years now and I love how the color looks and how it doesn’t fade!!