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on 2/4/2018 3:29:00 PM
More reviews by Goldenstar
Skin: Normal, Medium, Neutral
Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine
This is EXCELLENT in every way! I've used natural hair color brands for the last 25 years, & this is by far the best. For reference, I have long, fine, straight hair & a sensitive scalp. I'm allergic to many things. When I read the directions for this hair color, I chose not to follow them. Instead, I applied this the same way as the other brands- on dry hair, & I didn't cover my head with the plastic bag-thing. I washed my hair 24 hours before coloring, & applied the color to clean hair ( no product on it). I used a 50/50 combo of 7D & 5D to get a level 6D (medium brown/golden). The color was absolutely perfect....medium golden-brown, with no red or orange tones at all. This is close to my natural hair color, so it's perfect for my skin tone. I didn't use the included shampoo or conditioner because of my sensitive scalp issues. I didn't want to risk it. So I simply used my every day shampoo & conditioner- it was perfect (I made sure my hair was clarified first). My hair felt SO GOOD!!! It's in really good condition....no drying at all. My hair feels much better after the color, than before. Btw, I've also used their highlighting kit, & it's also the best I've used. It gives me blond highlights that are so pretty. And the best part is that it also doesn't dry my hair AT ALL. I didn't use the enclosed cap for that, either. I applied it with a toothbrush tip....worked perfectly!I LOVE this brand, & will continue to buy it. If you have sensitive scalp issues, just use your own products (but clarify before you use this to remove product build-up). Forgot to mention the scent....so light. There's zero chemical smell- in fact there's very little smell at all.
3 of 3 people found this helpful.
on 6/22/2017 2:39:00 PM
More reviews by kyleekelly
Skin: Dry, Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
This burned my scalp so badly! It's been 2.5 months since I used this and I still have a peeling itchy scalp and have had to buy special products to help heal it which aren't cheap. I've never had a bad reaction to hair dye in 10 years I've been dying my hair but this product has destroyed my hair and scalp. Beware!
2 of 3 people found this helpful.
on 1/8/2017 10:54:00 PM
More reviews by isabellayessi
Skin: Very Dry, Olive, Warm
Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium
I have dark chocolate hair and used copper brown. It turned out great with red tones as if was done at hair salon and will keep using this line of product for the hair. my hair is beyond damage and the smell is like candy . My hair wasn't brassy or dry. Very interesting that one box was used for my over shoulder hair. This is ready to go no mixing bowl or anything else. It did not burn or fear stained the bathroom. I am not going back to drugstore hair dye is very important to stay with the least chemicals. I hope this will help my hair from experienced falling out from the hair dye in drug store or the hair salon . I had issues with bad burnt hair or the strong smell.
2 of 2 people found this helpful.
on 12/15/2016 3:01:00 PM
More reviews by AngieGCarp
Skin: Normal, Medium, Cool
Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium
I went a year with no hair dye just to see if I could. I cut it short and let it go. It wasn't THAT gray but I needed a change and chose the cool brown right next to black (a little bit of mistake). The experience, however, was wonderful. Barely any smell, no burning and not really messier than average. The packaging is wonderful. Everything is laid out so nice. Also, since it's from the U.K., there are less dangerous chemicals. The only critique I have is that you probably need to pick one shade lighter than you want. There is no damage to my hair...I love it! Bought back ups because they were on sale!
1 of 1 people found this helpful.
on 8/28/2016 12:05:00 AM
More reviews by iszeto
Skin: Oily, Medium, Warm
Hair: Black, Straight, Fine
I would not use this product again. I chose 5N which is a dark brown. My hair turned out a matte black. I also hated having to apply this colour onto wet hair. My hair is impossible to handle when wet. Tried it, not going to buy this ever again.
on 10/15/2014 1:41:00 AM
More reviews by DONNALM
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool
Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine
I started using this about 18 months ago to help the condition of my hair which was falling out and very dry due to using harsher chemical hairdyes. It took awhile to get the colour right, but after a fair bit of trial and error, I am very happy with it. I mix 5n with 4rr and 5ch and end up with a beautiful dark auburn. Having got the colour I want, I now just mix up just enough to do the regrowth every 3 to 4 weeks which makes it last a long time. Every 3 months I put it right through to the ends to stop it looking washed out. Hair has improved beyond belieft, shiny and healthy looking.
5 of 6 people found this helpful.
on 5/11/2014 8:35:00 AM
More reviews by tniadna
Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
This is the product that I have been waiting years for. The background: I have naturally very dark brown hair that started greying when I was 25. I have about 15% grey at this point (I am 38), but since my hair is dark, it is immediately noticeable, so I end up coloring my hair every 4 weeks or so.After reading up on the toxins in natural dye about a year ago, I tried a bunch of alternatives. I used Lush Henna (Caca Brun) for about four months, and while it seems to work well at first, as my hair grew out it failed to cover the grey and it started looking very tatty and uneven.I was skeptical when I found Tints of Nature - had to be ordered online - a pain! and since I had already tried other products, I figured it probably would not work. Happy to say that I was wrong.In terms of application, this has the extra step of washing your hair first, which makes it a slightly longer, more involved process. I have shoulder length, fairly fine hair, and I found that the one bottle was enough to cover my whole heads from roots to end. It smells a bit funny, but far more pleasant than traditional dyes - at least you don't feel like you're getting poisoned, so I will gladly take it. Best thing is the results. It covered my grey probably even better than the traditional products, and my hair is just so much healthier. It's a whole other deal. More than a week later, my hair is still obviously shinier and in better shape than before. I am hoping that with continued use, it will transform my hair after so many years of harsh dyes.It costs a bit more, and takes a bit longer, but so absolutely worth it. I will never use anything else again.
4 of 4 people found this helpful.
on 3/8/2014 4:12:00 PM
More reviews by Danielini
Skin: Other, Fair, Not Sure
DO NOT USE ON BLEACHED HAIR, UNLESS YOU WANT OMBRE!! TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE!After much research for a healthy alternative to that scary drugstore DIY hair dye, I found Tints of Nature. My goal was to cover up my severely grown out blonde highlights, and restore to my natural colour (or as close as possible), which is a dark brown colour. The most recent blonde hadn't been added for 10 months, so it was definitely safe to use. As well, Tints of Nature advised their product was safe to use on bleached hair. So I decided on the 3N permanent colour, trekked alllll the way to Whole Foods, paid 20 bucks, and did it myself.The process:I followed the enclosed instructions word for word. The shampoo and conditioner they give you is amazing. CONS: should have enlisted a second person to help me reach the back; also, it was damn near impossible to tell which parts the dye was on!! After about 40 minutes of massaging into my hair both with my gloved hands and a brush, I stopped because I felt there was enough. I left some in the bottle because I figured theres gotta be people with longer hair than me who need the whole thing, and I felt like I had been at it forever. I only left a very little bit in the bottle, and my hair is shoulder-length.Results:Initially, I was soooo happy - my hair was all one beautiful colour. It was so soft, and for the first week, I received so many compliments, even from strangers. Then, I noticed in a video for a school project that my ends (about 2 or 3 inches) was lighter than the rest. I thought no worries, I'll get a trim soon, it's probably the split ends making it look lighter. But soon I noticed the colour fading, especially on the parts that were blonde underneath .... and I hadn't even washed it once! Then I washed it once, and more blonde started to show! Now I am at 2 weeks after colouring, 2 washes (not including the one to wash the dye out) and my hair is sooo faded!! I'm confident I'll end up just as blonde as I was before within a week or 2. I am so disappointed because I was initially so impressed with this product, but now I feel like I wasted a lot of time and money. It's now at this strange ombre look that just looks so bad. And its not just fading from the blonde, its also fading from the half of my head that was my natural hair. I should have known this product was too good to be true when I had called the helpline and left a message when performing the skin test (the patch was turning very dark, but I realized this was normal..it was dye after all), and I got no response from any representative, despite leaving all of my information.Conclusion: I suspect it would be good if you want more of a subtle change, but it DEFINITELY has faded for me all over, but especially on the old bleached pieces, which is what I wanted to cover in the first place. I can only imagine how much the semi-permanent one fades....Leaves your hair in amazing condition texture wise, but now I am so frustrated and disappointed with the colour. Very unfortunate because this product is apparently so healthy and non-toxic, but maybe those harsh chemicals are what makes the colour last...Oh, and their return policy is only within 7 days -.- Sadly I will NOT be re-purchasing. Incredibly disappointed.
on 7/20/2013 3:55:00 AM
More reviews by musicjunkieha
I have tried every drugstore hair color product, and even the other natural products, and this rates the best of all of them. No chemical smell, I don't need to ventilate bathroom like I would with drugstore color. My hair is wavy, coarse, medium brown with red and tendenices to turn brassy. Red/brassy doesn't suit my skin tone, however, neither does full on "ash" colors. All ash colors look too severe and unnatural on me. Since I needed two bottles anyway to cover my long hair, I mixed the dark ash blonde 6C and natural light brown 5N. The color was perfect - canceled out the brass but still a hint of red. Hair is shiny and not further damaged or dried out. I'm used to color developing darker than shade shown on box but the color swatches on these boxes are pretty accurate--the dark ash blond swatch on box is light brown. IHighly recommend!
on 6/14/2013 6:02:00 AM
More reviews by jedesp
Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
I tried tints of nature permanent hair dye for the first time last night and I love it! My natural hair color is medium-dark brown, but right now I have ombre goin on, so only a few inches of my roots are dark brown, gradually blending in to lighter brown and then blonde. I have maybe just 5% grays, but since my roots are dark they are totally noticable. I hate them. So I dye my roots maybe once a month or every 6 weeks to cover the grays. I had been using the regular box dye from the grocery store but now want to switch to a more natural hair dye, without going all the way to the henna side. Tints of nature is just as simple to use as the regular box dye. But the big difference is no horrible chemical smell or itching!! The smell is actually kind of minty/herby. I should say that my grays are super resistant! Even the regular box dye wouldnt cover them 100%. So I was kind of expecting tints of nature not to work, but it did! It actually covered my grays BETTER than the regular box dye! There is just a few that didn't totally get covered, but they just look kind of blonde and not gray or white! I mixed 2 different colors btw, Natural Dark Blonde 6N and Natural Light Brown 5N. I read that these dyes can end up darker than expected so I went for lighter colors. Did a strand tests and the 5N came out super dark, almost black!!! The 6N came out exactly as my natural brown color and covered grays nicely too. When mixed, the colors came out a bit darker than my natural color but not super dark like 5N by itself. I don't mind it being darker cause I am sure it will fade, but in the future I may just use the 6N. I also didn't want to waste the 5N so mixing it was a good way to use it up. I only used half of each, so I have enough to dye my roots one more time. If you are trying to cover grays I read that the N line of the colors is the best. But if you like some other color from tins of nature you should use one of the N's to mix it with (I read that 6N is the best). The box provides a clarifying shampoo that you are suppose to use before dying your hair. The shampoo is actually the weirdest smelling thing. It kind of smells like rubber gloves! lol. So weird. But whatever. And then after you wash your hair you just need to towel dry and apply the dye to damn hair. I thought that would be kind of weird, but it was fine. I left mine on for 40 minutes, then washed and conditioned using the provided shampoo and conditioner. Those smell kind of fruity, almost like gum or candy. Not too fond of the smell but its fine. The shampoo got pretty foamy so the little package was totally enough to wash my hair (which is few inches bellow my shoulders). But the conditioner was totally not enough. My hair is dry especially on the ends, so I need a lot of good conditioner. I used what they provided and then added a bunch of my Sukin moisturing conditioner and it worked great. Easy to brush after and the color, although a tad darker than my natural color, came out good and covered my grays well. Overall I would recommend this hair dye. I know it's not 100% natural, but its WAY better than those usual dyes full of harmful chemicals. The price is a bit steep, but totally worth it in my opinion. Hope this helps someone who is considering trying Tints of Nature hair dye. If it didn't cover your grays, you should experiment with the N line colors! xoxo
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