How to color gray hair with plant-based hair color: a soft coating
Are you looking to dye gray hair with plant-based hair color? Or are you simply hoping to learn more about this natural color process? As a Belgian manufacturer specializing in organic hair products, we’d gladly clarify the underlying concept.
How to color gray hair with plant-based color: 3 types
1. Plants with warm undertones
At This Green, we typically use warm tones because they easily affix themselves to the hair fiber. This forms the base layer when coloring gray hair with plant-based color. The warm tones are used as a type of adhesive between the gray hair fibers and the coloring pigments.
2. Plants with cold undertones
However, cold tones are also used when coloring gray hair with plant-based hair color. Cold tones are used to neutralize the warmth of the adhesive pigments, which makes it possible to achieve different tones: from bright blondes to intense black hair colors.
3. Plants with a caring effect
Not only does This Green color gray hair with plant-based hair color; it also provides intense hair treatment. This is done by adding plants with a caring effect to the hair dye, which nourishes the hair while coloring it.
How to dye gray hair with plant-based hair color
Coloring gray hair with plant-based hair color is quite simple: by combining warm and cold tones you can achieve many different color tones. So, depending on the amount used, you can obtain different hair tones. And thanks to This Green’s color gamut, all colors are possible, including blondes, browns, reds, and blacks.
The process of combining warm and cold colors starts with the application of warm tones. These affix themselves to the hair fiber and form a base layer. The warm pigments then attract the cold pigments, after which the cold tones also affix themselves to the hair. This neutralization process makes for harmonious tones when you color gray hair with plant-based hair color. The result: beautiful, shining hair with a sublime color.