Posted by LifeOfBun
The court is back in session!
Let’s look at the final results of this hair dye…
Let’s start off happy:
(Okay no happy start.)
In any case, i’d say after a good 4-5 washes all of it was gone.
What i’m left with right now is a stain.
Horrible, horrible, HORRIBLE staying power. Never even seen that before!
Even the vegetable dyes that are so frowned upon by a lot of hairdressers because “they’re garbage” can’t compare!
Like decaying bell peppers.
That smell stays with you until your first good wash.
Naturtint I-6.66 Colorant Ingredients: Peg-2 Oleamine. Aqua Purificata (Purified Water). Cocamide Dea. Alcohol Denat (Alcohol). Propylene Glycol. Oleic Acid. Ethanolamine. 4-Hydroxypropylamino-3-Nitrophenol. 4-Amino-2-Hydroxytoluene. Sodium Sulfite. Tetrasodium Edta. hydrolysed Vegetable Protein (Triticum Vulgare, Soy, Corn, Avena Sativa). Sodium Erythorbate. P-Aminophenol. P-Phenylenediamine. 4-Chlororesorcinol.
Very runny, but it grabs onto the hair nicely.
On virgin or rigid hair you’d leave this on for about 40 minutes, on colored hair 20-30, that’s a whole lot less than the vegetable dyes I generally use from Manic Panic or Stargazer.
During this time it rushed into my hair like a flash!
It spread throughout the hair nicely, and that way had colored every strand of hair evenly by the time I was ready for my rinse.
Even the green!
Nope, no staining! My head was clear of any pigments.
Didn’t stain my clothing either, unlike the Manic Panic dyes.
Very, my hair felt smooth like feathers after I dyed it.
No. No no no. Never buying it again!
I wonder if all the Naturtint dyes are like this.. Sure hope not.
Better luck next time!
Think i’ll be trying out stargazer or directions again after all.
Posted on November 28, 2012, in Box o' appearance and tagged clothes, conditioner, conditioning, dye, fireland, ginger, hair dye, manic panic, natural, nature, naturtint, opinion, personal, picture, pictures, red, red dye, red hair, redhead, review, skin, special effects, stain, staying power, wash. Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.