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Caca Rouge Henna
I was really excited about this henna, and used it twice (half a block each time) but both times had no colour change to my hair. Quite a mission to wash it out too. I do like how healthy my hair felt...
For beautiful color and deep conditioning, treat your locks to our henna and cocoa butter blocks.
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The subtle coffee-coloured one. Caca Brun is made with indigo and red hennas, plus ground coffee for a deep brown shade. It makes your hair smell like a fresh espresso for a few days. Clove bud oil adds to its spicy scent and we use powdered nettle and seaweed for extra shine and softness. Caca Brun gives your hair a magnificent shine. We recommend it for people with a mousy, undecided hair colour. It’s time to make your mind up and come out really shiny brown! Read more about how to use Henna.
Dark red-brown like fresh conkers and as shiny as a new penny. Caca Marron gives a dark red, rich chestnut brown that causes people to comment on its beauty. Really! The coffee gives a strong, deep brown and red henna gives it a glossy, dark red colour to grab the attention. The wild, herby, coffee and clove scent is wonderfully natural. Read more about how to use Henna.
Pure Persian henna mixed with Indian indigo for blue-black tints. It is an ancient Indian tradition to mix red henna with powder from the dried, fermented indigo root, to give dark hair deep blue glints. Indigo is not cheap, so there are some synthetic ‘black hennas’ around, but we want you to stay away from those! Lush Caca Noir is red henna with indigo powder, clove oil scent and Irish moss seaweed for softness. Cover it with Clingfilm and keep it damp for a redder colour, or let it air dry for a black/blue tint. Pick up any bits that fall on the floor or it’ll dye the rugs, too. Read more about how to use Henna.
The really red one for hair like sunsets. It’s red and no mistake. This is the finest Persian red henna with cocoa butter to make it adhere better to the hair and bring out extra colour; lemon juice and rosemary give beautiful shine, and clove bud oil smells good and stimulates your scalp. You should only use this if you want really red hair. Read more about how to use Henna.