Herbatint Hair Flash Fashion Range FF1 ~ FF6


Herbatint hair colours are permanent hair dyes which are made with the herbal extracts of Aloe vera, Meadowfoam, Witchazel, Echinacea and Birch. They contain no parabens or ammonia and only 3% peroxide. The lack of ammonia in Herbatint also prevents absorption of dye into the epidermis and also means it has no toxic smell once mixed. This can mean that allergic and sensitivity reactions are less likely. Herbatint contains p-phenylenediamine {PPD} but in much smaller concentrations than other hair dyes. This is used in all permanent hair dyes, with concentrations of PPD being up to 6%. Herbatint contains only 0.6% – 0.7% in the darker colours and has only traces of it in the light colours which is considerably less than many of the other hair colours available in NZ.

Choosing a colour: Select a colour close to your natural shade. See this colour chart for a closer look at the Herbatint colours http://www.herbavita.co.nz/images/downloads/HerbaTint_Brochure_2015.pdf

There are six colours in the Flash Fashion range which can be used alone or mixed with other shades. If over 50% grey FF1, FF2, FF4, FF5 & FF6 should be mixed with corresponding natural colour 7N. FF3 should be mixed with natural colour 5N. Mix the chosen colour {40ml} with a ‘natural’ series colour of the same number 20ml – 30mls of each works well. Use equal quantities of colour with Glycol.


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FF1 Henna Red, FF2 Crimson Red, FF3 Plum, FF4 Violet, FF5 Sand Blonde, FF6 Orange


Herbatint contains 60 ml Haircolour Gel, 60 ml Glycol Developer, I pair of gloves, 15 mls shampoo and 15 mls Royal Cream Conditioner, and directions for use.


Always do a skin test prior to each application. Mix pea sized amounts of Herbatint™ colour and Developer and apply to skin (behind ear or on forearm below elbow). Leave on skin for 48 hours taking care not to wash off during this time. If you experience any reaction during this time (itchiness, swelling, redness) do not use the product. The same test can be applied to Vegetal if you are in any doubt as to sensitivity to the product ingredients.