Light Mountain Color Medium Brown -- 7 fl oz
I totally satisfy this product.
I have dark brown hair with scattered gray of 5%. To dye gray hair I used "Medium Brown". The gray hair turned out to be reddish dark brown in the first week and later dark brown fades to reddish brown in a few weeks. After about a month, the dyed gray hair remain light red with newly grown-up white root. For gray hair, I dye my hair every month. The henna also slightly dye dark brown hair so that it looks more reddish brown under the sunlight. My hair dresser thought I dyed my hair using a chemical product because the dyed hair color was so pretty, so she turned to have interest in henna, especially this product. The dying process is very hassle, but it is worthy to endure.
August 21, 2013
This makes my Hair look very Shiny & Healthy but my Roots are lighter then the Hair because "I" miscalculated the Blend of Colors. If your Hair is Darker - keep this in mind when ordering Color..it will not lighten the Dark Hair because that is not the purpose of this Color. Even Vita Cost tells you this ..LoL !
March 17, 2013
Absolutely great features
This product is excellent and looks very natural. I've used it for about thirty years and would not use any other product. It is absolutely the best. I always get a lot of compliments about this very natural look. It dyes the white only, so it looks like highlights. I absolutely recommend it.
August 27, 2012
WHITE/GRAY HAIR - NO
This product does NOT cover white or gray hair to a brown or chestnut, it "blends" it...meaning that the white or gray hairs turn orange for highlights.
I wanted something that covered the gray/white completely.
March 25, 2009
Does color the gray as promised
Although the resulting color would vary depending on your natural hair color and there will be some color variation between the strands, it does cover the gray quite nicely and doesn't damage hair.
I'm using it twice a month and am quite happy with the results. It seems to work better in acidic conditions, so I'm adding a tablespoon of plain yogurt (make sure it doesn't have starch or other similar thickener in it), but lemon juice may work just as well.
December 30, 2008