company has constantly proved its expertise in manufacturing & exporting
of herbal orange hair color and dyes to world wide consumers. In fact, we
have brought about a revolution specially in herbal hair color products.
After extensive tests and research we manufacture and supply supreme quality
hair color and dyes made up of natural herbs and ingredients. Using our
orange hair color results in glossy good looks and increased volume of hair.
Features of our Orange Hair Color
- Amla (Emblica Officinalis)
- Henna (Lawsonia Inermus )
- Shikakai (Acacia Concinna)
- Citric Acid
- Barium Peroxide
- Para Phenylenediamine
- Magnesium Carbonate
Some of the salient features of orange hair color are :
- Gives a shiny orange color to hair.
- Protect and nourish hair.
- Spreads right to the roots of hair, give shine and silkiness to hair.
- Hair becomes soft, fragrant and fully manageable.
- Increase hair texture.
- Skin friendly as it contains less chemicals.
- It gives even effect on total hair from roots to tip.
How to Apply Hair Color?
- Finest Packing
- All products are PH balanced
- No Ammonia, no Hydrogen Peroxide
- Natural conditioner
- No side effects
- Very economical price
Put the colorant or coloring powder in a plastic container and add approx.
35 cc. or 6-7 tablespoons of water in it to prepare a paste. Ensure that the
paste is thick enough to be comfortably applied on the hair. Apply this
paste on hair with the help of a brush. For the paste to reach the hair
roots, it is necessary to comb the hair after five minutes of the
application of the paste. If you observe any white hair or hairs, apply more
paste on that particular portion of your head. Ensure that no portion is
left unpasted. Rinse your hair thoroughly after 30 minutes of application.
Later wash your hair with soap or shampoo, whichever is convenient for you.
Following are the primary tests done to check the reliability and
authenticity of henna/hair colors. These tests also help to determine
whether a color is suitable for a particular type of skin or not.
- Strand Test: This test is called the strand test because it
is conducted upon few single hair (usually gray hairs) also called
strand. To conduct the strand test, first of all, prepare a small
quantity of the henna/hair color mixture and apply it on some selected
gray or white hairs of yours. Leave it to dry for 30 minutes. After half
an hour wash your hair (on which the color was applied) with clean
water. If you are checking the colorant for a darker shade then you may
leave it for more than 30 minutes while testing.
- Hypersensitivity Test: The name hypersensitivity test is
derived from the word hypersensitive which means excessive physical
sensitivity to a particular drug, substance or hair color. The purpose
behind the strand test and hypersensitivity test is almost the same,
except that the strand test is conducted to ascertain the effect of
henna/hair color on a person's hair while the hypersensitivity test is
carried out to see its effect on a person's skin.
To conduct the hypersensitivity test, first of all, mix a little
quantity of the henna/hair color in a bowl or glass. Left it for some
time. In the meanwhile, wash a small area behind your ear using a soap
and dry it with a towel. Now, apply the prepared colorant on this
cleaned portion of skin. Allow it to dry. After 24 hours, wash this
patch of color applied on the skin with soap. If no reddening or rashes
were there and you experience no irritation, inflammation or burning
sensation, it means that the color can be safely used.
Safety is the primacy everywhere; so is the case with henna/hair colors.
You must be very careful while using these colorants. The following
guidelines will certainly assist you in doing the job of coloring the hair
- Don't expose the colorant to direct sunlight. Better put it in a dark
- Don't open the color packet unless it is to be immediately used
- Make sure that you mix the color in a plastic or glass bowl, rather
than a metal bowl.
- The color paste should be applied on the hair with the help of an
application brush and not with hands.
- Do not add any foreign material in the color unless it is written on
the box or packaging of the color to do so.
- It is suggested that the pregnant women use only herbal henna, if
they want to color their hair. The reason is that the synthetic hair
colors contains certain chemicals, hence not considered good to be used
- Don't try to color your eyelashes with the hair color, as it may harm
your eyes. If the color enters the eyes by mistake, rinse the same with
fresh water immediately.
We offer our herbal hair colors in 10gm sachets for retailers. Each pack
contain 4/5/6 sachets. For bulk packing , as per International standards,
each box may contain 600 sachets. Hence number of packs in one box may vary
upon the number of sachets in 1 pack.
"Orange hair dye does not penetrate the hair shaft, but coat the
outside of each hair shaft with a voluminous and protective layer."