Naturtint Permanent Hair Color I7 Copper Arizona -- 5.45 fl oz
Nice red color
I really liked this color when I first colored my hair. As with every red color I have purchased, the color faded after about two weeks. I wish it kept the red color longer, but I work out daily and wash my hair everyday. I wish red colors lasted longer! Overall, a good product and I love the fact there is no animal testing.
April 10, 2013
Beautiful natural red tone
I've been experimenting with several of the "natural, no amonia" home colors, and I really like this brand! I mixed this shade, I7 Arizona Copper, with 6G Dark Golden Blonde, to get a pretty, natural auburn color. This red is the best coppery shade I've found, and I've tried several!! My natural color is dark blonde, and I have at least 50% gray, and it covered well. It does fade after a few weeks, but it stays pretty as it fades. And I keep trying different shades, so I didn't want to wait that long anyway:) It's so much cheaper than going to the salon, so it's worth it. And it's gentle enough to color more often. I've sometimes used Clairol "Color OOPs" to remove a color and re-try, and my hair is still in good condition. Highly recommend."
May 21, 2012
Naturtint Hair Color
I use a mixture of copper arizone and honey blonde to achieve a strawberry blonde color. I've been using these products for many years and am very happy with them. They are as organic and natural as possible for a hair colorant, and they do an excellent job! I do not hesitate to recommend them highly!
April 26, 2011
Great Hair Color
I wanted to brighten up my red hair and I tried this product because it is ammonia-free. It worked great. The color is a beautiful coppery red. It was easy to use and there was no horrid smell like other color products. I highly recommend this hair color!
March 25, 2011
THE best hair coloring product
I wanted the most natural hair coloring product I could find. This is it. It works extremely well, is easy to apply, has no odor, colors gray and lasts. It does what it's supposed to do and I love it.
March 19, 2011