Organic Vegetal Goodness to Maintain the Integrity of Your Hair Care Routine

by James Armendo Organic hairdresser expert

Most of the synthetic dyes available in the markets are loaded with harsh and harmful chemicals such as parabens, ammonia, PPD. Sulphate, and resorcinol that damage your hair and scalp in the long run. Moreover, exposing your hair to harsh chemicals for a long period of time will make them less shiny, less soft and brittle. These chemicals can be absorbed by your scalp when it remains a residue for long, and enter your bloodstream. It may thus cause you health issues including skin irritation and respiratory issues.

On the other hand, plant-based color solutions are completely natural as they use herbs to provide color to your hair. Vegetal dye is better absorbed by hair follicles and also strengthens them while coloring them. Chemical-based products can be washed out much sooner than natural products. Plant-based colors contain natural ingredients such as Chinchona plant, Rhubarb, tea tree, walnut husk, etc, depending upon the brand that help in maintaining the healthiness of your hair by nourishing them with natural and organic ingredients.

Vegetal dye is made from sun-dried plants, flowers and leaves. Once dried completely, these are harvested and crushed into a fine powder which is used as a base for the vegetal dye. Your colorist may mix this powder with hot water to create a dry paste. The dye will cover your strands and adapt to your natural color. It will also help in protecting the integrity of your internal hair fiber.

Applying plant-based color on different hair types

The vegetal coloring process differs from that of chemical-based synthetic colors. You should pre-treat your hair before applying the plant-based color as per your hair type. For normal hair, use a detox mask before applying plant-based color. It will remove any silicone buildup or residue on your scalp from previous chemical-based dyes. Let the mask rest on your scalp and hair for 15 to 20 minutes and gently rinse it out before applying vegetal dye.

Sensitive hair should be pre-treated a moisturizing oil, ideally the one based on herbal extracts and essential oils. Hypersensitive hairs require intense treatment with a nutritive oil for about a month. Once you have a proper foundation, you can begin using your vegetal dye for optimal color absorption.

Be open to talk to your colorist as a customized treatment may be necessary. They may conduct an allergy patch test before applying plant-based color to ensure that nothing unexpected happens.

A range of organic hair care solutions at Biocoiff

While deciding on a plant-based color, you may be skeptical if it had the spunk to color your hair from root to tip. However, you could be rest assured that vegetal dye from BIocoiff is as effective in achieving your desired hair color without any harmful effects. Biocoiff is the organic hairdresser expert in plant-based color, and offers a range of organic, natural, vegetal and vegan haircare products made from all-natural ingredients that are gentle on your hair, scalp and skin.

A range of color options are available in plant-based colors, such as plum, light blonde, henna red, deep orange, crimson and many more. So, you could be as trendy as you wish to. Some of the organic plant-based color solutions available at Biocoiff include organic certified Aloe Vera gel for moisturizing and styling, organic certified Geisha oil, mini refreshing natural rose balsam, jasmine balm for dry and fine hair, and repair box.

Plant-based color and vegetal hair dye from Biocoiff are composed entirely of organic vegetal goodness. For best results from Biocoiff's vegetal hair dye, use natural and organic shampoo the next day along with conditioner, such as Yiang Yiang shampoo conditioner.

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About James Armendo Advanced   Organic hairdresser expert

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