For those who are not very familiar with our Conlemany natural hair colour but want to explore and discover this wonderful world, we recommend to book our ONE-TO-ONE VIRTUAL CONSULTATION before purchasing our products.
We will advise and help you in choosing the most appropriate hair colour in order to achieve the perfect result.
Color: Black / Dark
BLACK WOOD, the favourite Cleopatra’s colour, is made with a precious herbal dye plants mix that favours an intense colour. It is perfect for who wants a natural, shiny black colour and, at the same time, silky, healthy and strong hair.
It can be mixed with all our Conlemany plant-based hair dye powders to strengthen the colour, enrich or personalise a nuance.
All our vegetable and natural Conlemany hair dye powders are pure, chemical free (No Sodium picramate) and sustainable made.
On dark brown/brown/light brown hair without or few white/grey hair, you will achieve a dark, cool shade. Leave BLACK WOOD on for between 40 and 90 minutes.
When hair is more than 30% grey, we recommend a 2- step application process:
First apply Conlemany INDIGO+HENNA and leave it on for between 15 and 30 minutes. Rinse the hair.
Then apply BLACK WOOD and leave it on for between 90 and 120 minutes.
Black shade: BLACK WOOD+INDIGO+HENNA
Brown shade: BLACK WOOD+VIOLET MIX+HENNA
We recommend to add our Conlemany ALTHAEA (about 20gr) to moisturise your scalp and hair.
Do not wash your hair for 48 hours in order to allow your colour to fully develop.
All our hair dye powders are 100% pure and natural, chemical-free (No Sodium picramate), vegan and dermatologically tested and they don’t contain heavy metals such as nickel, lead, cadmium, arsenic, mercury.
Add warm water to our vegetable and natural Conlemany hair dye powders to create a paste with a creamy consistency and apply all along the hair.
For a perfect result, you can book a INDIVIDUAL CONSULTATION with one of our colour experts who will help you on the application of your plant-based colour.
Indigofera tinctoria / Lawsonia inermis / Phyllanthus emblica / Punica granatum