Khadi Natural Hair Colour Ash Brown 100g


Beautiful matte, medium brown - without red nuance. khadi Ash Brown colours your hair in an ashy, matte, medium brown colour - totally naturally. The result depends on your initial hair colour: the individual result ranges from a creamy-soft cappuccino tone to an intense, strong coffee brown. Purely herbal ingredients of high quality give your hair intensive colour reflexes and provide rich care - colour, volume and shine in one step! Indigo and Henna provide vibrant and durable colour - and cover white and gray hair very well. The herbal pigments coat every strand of hair like a protective colour glaze. While Amla, Bhringaraj and Neem add shine and volume.


Khadi Hair Colour ash brown doesn`t just add colour to your hair, but also powerful volume and velvety shine.


Suitable for Vegans.


Size: 100g

Khadi Natural Hair Colour Ash Brown

  • First cleanse your hair with a silicone-free shampoo like khadi Amla Shampoo. If you have white, light or severely damaged hair and prefer a darker finish, we recommend pre-pigmentation with khadi Hint of Gold.

    Stir the coloring powder with 50 degrees warm water until you receive a smooth and creamy consistency. Apply evenly with a brush: strand by strand -  all the way to the tips. If you just want to colour your roots, skip lengths and tips. If you prefer to apply the colour without a brush, simply spread the color with your hands all over your head. The best thing is to get upside down over the bathtub. Make sure, that you cover every strand of hair with dye and knead the colour very well.

    Leave the Natural Hair Colour Ash Brown on between 30 and 120 minutes. The longer it sits in your hair, the darker the results will be. If you have already coloured with this shade and just want to refresh your colour, leave the colour in your hair for 15 to 30 minutes.

    After exposure time, rinse the Natural Hair Colour with clear water only. Don`t apply shampoo for 24 to 48 hours because during this time the colour depth of your khadi Nuance has time to unfold.