Flower Hair Color Powder + Rituals are a unique blend of flowers, leaves, roots, seeds + more to create pure, natural hair color from plants.
Chamomile | Golden Blonde Hair Color is a blend of leaves + fruit intended to give a subtle golden tone to lighter hair. For platinum or white hair this tone will be more noticeable. It pulls a very natural and reflective golden hue which can be intensified with repeated use. Darker blondes will see golden hues, especially in the sunlight. Salt + Pepper hair may see some golden tones in white hair with repeated use. And as always, you'll receive immense shine, softness and strength for your ends.
With all Flower Hair Color Powder, they cannot lighten, lift or fully cover grey hair. For best results, use our Rhassoul Clay Cleanser prior to application to remove unwanted minerals as this can cause the color to show "dingy."
Amount of Flower Hair Color Powder Needed:
- Roots or Very Short Hair 50g
- Shoulder Length 100g
- Mid Back 100-200g
- Longer than Mid Back 200g+
***This varies based on thickness and density of your hair. Finer hair will need less, where as fuller hair may need more.***
Wildflower and The Rose set out to create healthy, chemical free hair color + care from blooms, leaves + botanics that are also healthy for our Earth. Every bottle comes in amber glass with a metal lid that are all reusable or recyclable. We also deeply value keeping beauty simple and using what nature provides.
- Artificial Dyes
- Metallic Salts
- Mineral or Petroleum By Products
- Animal Testing or Derived Ingredients
Ingredients: Cassia Obovata Leaves, Amla Powder
As with any new haircare or color product, we highly suggest performing a patch test. Just because something comes straight from nature does not mean it may not cause a reaction. To perform a patch test, mix a tiny amount of Flower Hair Color Powder with water to create a paste. Apply to inner arm and wipe off after 5-10 minutes. Wait 24 hours to see if a reaction occurs. Also, those with a G6DP Deficiency should avoid all Flower Hair Color Powders, specifically those containing leaves from henna as an adverse reaction may occur.