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Rainbow Research Henna Hair Color and Conditioner Copper-Red Copper -- 4 oz

Rainbow Research Henna Hair Color and Conditioner Copper-Red Copper
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Rainbow Research Henna Hair Color and Conditioner Copper-Red Copper -- 4 oz

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Rainbow Research Henna Hair Color and Conditioner Copper-Red Copper Description

  • Dye and Chemical Free
  • 100% Natural Plant Powder

100% Natural Botanical Hair Color and Conditioner Free of all Chemicals, Preservatives and Dyes

  • Made From 100 Plant Material
  • Conditions, Adds Body and Shine to all Hair Types
  • Can be used to cover Grey or White Hair
  • Fades out gradually, Last 4-6 Weeks on average (safe to use more frequently)

Available in 13 shades: Dark Brown, Medium Brown, Light Brown, Black, Red, Mahogany, Burgundy, Copper, Sherry, Marigold Blonde, Blonde, Strawberry Blonde and Neutral


About Henna:

Henna is the only natural alternative to chemical hair colorings that are controversial to health considerations and harsh on the hair. Rainbow Henna is 100% natural plant material- no additives, chemicals, preservatives, metallic salts or metals. Worldwide use of Henna has been practiced and documented for over 9000 years.

Red Henna comes from small shrubs, called Lawsonia, that are native to the Middle East, West Asia, and North Africa. The leaves are dried and then pulverized into a fine powder. We also use the plants: Indigoferra, Cassia Obovata, Marigold & Chamomile Flowers to make the different shades. We choose only the finest botanicals from around the world to be used in our Hair Color.

Rainbow Henna coats the outside of each strand of hair. The shade of Henna is reflected through the hair while enhancing your hair's natural color. The cuticle is smoothed by Henna's sealing action, giving hair a polished look by making the light reflect off providing shine. Regular use of Henna can texturize the hair, giving it extra body- this becomes more evident with each application.

Rainbow Henna color will last approximately 4 to 6 weeks but is safe to use more frequently.


Preparation Directions:

Rainbow Henna may be applied on wet or dry hair, but it is important that the hair be clean and free of any hair sprays, gels or conditioners. If you wish to shampoo first, towel hair dry before applying.

Pour Rainbow Henna Powder into a glass or plastic bowl. Use enough powder to cover the areas it is being applied to.

*Do not use a metal bowl or utensils*

Boil 8-16 oz of liquid (water, coffee or tea). Add the liquid gradually, using a wooden or plastic spoon mix thoroughly to reach a creamy yogurt like consistency. More liquid can be added if mixture is too thick or thickens up during application. You do not need to use all of the liquid prepared just enough to reach the right consistency.

To help cover grey or white hair mix powder with coffee or tea and 1-2 tbs of apple cider vinegar

*See below for specific instructions based on desired results

*Special Recipes and hints for use on grey hair to customize results:

Coffee or Black Tea (English Breakfast, Darjeeling, Ceylon): To help tone down red tones, deep brown-red tones, or cover grey/white hair, substitute coffee/tea for water. Use brewed, black coffee not instant.

Coffee alternatives can also be used. Can be used with black, red and brown Henna shades.

Red Teas (Rooibos, Raspberry Leaf, Red Zinger): To help enhance red tones makes them more vibrant. Can be used with all Henna shades.

Chamomile Tea: To help enhance and bring out golden blonde highlights. Can be used with Blonde, Marigold Blonde and Strawberry Blonde Henna Shades.

For Dry Hair:

Add 1 egg, 2-4 tbsp olive oil, or 2-4 tbsp plain yogurt to the Henna mixture. Only select one of these options. These natural ingredients not only condition, but can help with the application and rinsing processes.

Neutral Henna: Use as a conditioner to help add body and shine to the hair. Neutral or "Clear" Henna does not deposit color. Mix with boiling water to desired consistency and apply to hair the same way as the color shades.


You can wear plastic or rubber gloves to avoid staining your hands, although Henna does not typically stain or scalp. Henna is heat activated and we recommended using it shortly after it is mixed.

*Henna does not typically cause a reaction and does not contain any known allergens, however if you have sensitive skin or chemical sensitives a patch test on the skin is recommended before applying the full application.

  1. Section hair. Sections should be about 1" thick.
  2. Once Henna mixture is at a safe heat (warm to hot) begin at the scalp and paint on the Henna with a brush, applicator bottle or hand from roots to the ends.
  3. Continue until all the hair is thickly coated with the Henna mixture.
  4. Place a cotton or tissue band around the hairline (optional).
  5. Cover the hair with a shower cap, plastic bag or plastic wrap to keep Henna on hair.
  6. Wrap towel around the head turban style to keep in heat.


For best result, use a Salon dome dryer, Heat lamp, or Thermo Heat Cap

Leave on as follows:

Black, Red, Sherry, Mahogany, Burgundy, Dark Brown, Medium Brown, and Copper- with heat 45-60 minutes heat 60-75 minutes. Strawberry blonde, blonde , marigold blond, light brown and neutral-with heat 30-45 minutes; without heat 45-60 minutes.

When timing is completed, rinse thoroughly with hot water, then rinse with cool water. Follow with Rainbow Henna Shampoo and Conditioner. Rinse thoroughly and style. To see full results hair must be completely dried.

Timing may be increased if hair is resistant.

Hair products containing essential oils as the fragrance should not be used if coloring the hair with Henna. The essential oils will strip the Henna coating off of the hair shat causing the color to fade out more quickly.

Free Of
Chemicals, preservatives, dyes.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Ingredients: Copper henna - lasonia inermis, indigofera, cassia obovata

For external use only. Store in a cool, dry place. Do not use in the area of the eye or if scalp has open cuts. Not for use on bleached or white hair. A strand test should be done if hair is over 10% grey.

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The best autumn hair care practices

Shampoo less

During the summer, you were probably washing your hair often due to sweat, pool chlorine and outdoor activities. In the fall, Emblem says, you should reduce the frequency because washing your hair too often can strip away its natural oils. He recommends cutting back to washing your hair every two to three days or as needed to let your hair's natural oils moisturize your scalp. He recommends using sulfate-free products to further prevent dryness since synthetic ingredients can strip hair of its body and moisture.

Moisturize more

As we move into fall, it's all about hydration. Cooler temperatures and lower humidity levels can lead to dryness and frizz. To combat this, you should switch to a moisturizing shampoo and conditioner if you're not using those already. Look for products that contain ingredients like argan oil, shea butter or hyaluronic acid, which can help lock in moisture and keep your hair soft and smooth. Adding a weekly deep conditioning moisture mask to your hair care routine is also a good idea.

Color and cut

If you truly had a good summer, your hair might be lighter from spending time outdoors in the sun – or highlighted from the salon for a "natural" summer look. Most likely, the hot sun and bleached hair also mean more split ends. So, as you ease into Autumn, make an appointment at your regular hair salon for a trim and, if necessary, a warmer, darker hair color: think caramel or reddish-brown. Or, color it at home with a rich, chestnut-like color.

Scalp care

In addition to tending to your tress's split ends you should also care for your scalp. To prevent hair loss, gently massage your scalp with coconut oil warmed between your hands to stimulate circulation and blood flow. Also, be sure to cleanse your scalp of product buildup so you're not clogging your hair follicles with a clarifying shampoo or rinsing your hair with apple cider vinegar.

Steam clean

Another way to add moisture to your hair is to steam it. Emblem recommends simply running your sink water until it gets very hot, sticking your head over the sink, and then covering your upper body with a towel to lock in the steam. You can also enjoy spending time in a steam room or a nice hot, steamy shower for a similar effect.

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