1. Break henna up into large pieces and put in a heatproof bowl. 2. Add hot water and let steep. Mix to a batter-like consistency. 3. Put on gloves and apply from back to front, coating hair thoroughly. 4. Cover in cling wrap for a more vibrant red. Leave on for two to four hours. 5. Rinse, shampoo, and condition hair. Tips: Always do a strand test first. Use face cream (or Ultra Bland) around your hairline and ears to protect skin. Wrap hair in cling film for a redder color.
This product does not contain animal products of any kind.
This product does not contain animal products of any kind.
This product may melt if shipped to a warm location.
This product may melt if shipped to a warm location.
Ultra glossy deep chocolate brown
The most subtle of our hennas; choose Caca Brun for sleek, beautiful hair with rich, dark brown tones. Brunettes can use Caca Brun for its fantastic conditioning and shine inducing properties without seeing a drastic change to their natural color. We’ve added nettles for added shine and to keep your scalp in tip top condition too. Because henna coats each individual hair, smoothing the cuticles and protecting it from damage, it’s the ultimate conditioning treatment. Hennaed hair is strong, glossy and absolutely gorgeous.
- Transform mousy brown hair: Have a lot more fun and transform into a gleaming brunette.
- Double-duty: As well as having its own conditioning benefits, cocoa butter helps the henna cling to each hair, maximizing its effect.
- Added voltage: Coffee infusion is added to a stunning blend of red and indigo hennas.
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Q:Is this natural/pure henna? Like 100% body art quality? Does it have any substances mixed in with it? I heard that pure henna has only one ingredient and this product has more than one ingredient listed. And I also heard that pure henna only comes in the colour of red. Is this true? I have natural jet black hair and I'd like to dye it brown.Asked on 3/27/2014 by zeruda
A:While the henna we use is top quality and 100% pure and natural, we do add some coco butter and essential oils to help condition the hair. Henna is a red plant, so to help the color get to different shades (like our Caca Brun) we add ingredients like Indigo (another type of plant), and ground coffee. So yes, our henna hair blocks are 100% natural, there are other ingredients in them besides just the henna plant itself. As well, our henna products are for hair use only, and wouldn't work well for henna body art.Answered on 4/2/2014 by Kayla from LUSH DIRECT
Q:I have black hair, and want to dye it a dark brown color. I used to dye my hair years ago, and it always got so damaged. Has anyone's hair been damaged because of this??Asked on 3/23/2014 by Bree
A:Our hennas are actually very nourishing for the hair, and should not at all cause any damage. Henna powder is mixed with cocoa butter to form the brick shape that you see so the product itself is like a hair dye and hair treatment in one!Answered on 3/26/2014 by Melissa S from LUSH Direct
A:Not that I know of. The Shea butter actually helps nourish the hair. I noticed that for days my hair was so rich that I had to wash it a little more often. So, I'd say, the exact opposite!Answered on 3/25/2014 by Anonymous
A:I use the caca brun for years now. My hair had never been damaged. I usually use a clarifying shampoo the day before I use it so my hair is clear of build up. And after I wash it out I usually try not to wash my hair for a few days to really let it set! I love the stuff. I'm due to use my other half soon! (I usually use 3 blocks for each use) 2 uses I get out of one block. I sometimes add coconut oil to it when I melt it down in the dry months!Answered on 3/23/2014 by Anonymous
Q:Is it safe to use caca brun henna after having used a different type of henna in my hair about 3-4 weeks ago. To be specific I used Surya Brasil henna cream (a semi-permanent hair color with no peroxide, PPD, resorcinol or ammonia)?Asked on 3/12/2014 by NV from California
A:So long as you perform a strand test, and everything looks good, I would not anticipate there being any problems applying the Caca Brun on your hair. I hope this helps!Answered on 4/4/2014 by Megan from LUSH Direct
A:I usually wait 2-3 months. Also, I have tried apple cider vinegar as a liquid mixing agent and it had good saturation.
I would wait if possible.Answered on 3/12/2014 by Anonymous
Q:The front of my hair is currently a purplish-pink color. Its been bleached and then I put manic panic and pravanna colors on it. I am thinking to switch to henna but I don't know if it will turn the purple part of my hair a weird color. If I use the caca brun mama henna, will it make my hair that chocolatey brown?
Thank you!Asked on 2/21/2014 by Katie from Brooklyn, NY
A:Our hennas are not tested on hair that has been previously color-treated with a synthetic dye, therefore, we aren't able to advise as to how the henna would work for you. We will say, however, that the henna acts as a varnish over your hair, so it is likely that it might not cover your existing color completely, and it could be the case that it won't blend all of the colors in your hair. We would definitely recommend doing a strand test ahead of time to make sure that you are happy with the results if you decide to try the henna!Answered on 3/21/2014 by Melissa S from LUSH Direct
A:You are supposed to wait a few months before using henna on bleached hair.Answered on 2/21/2014 by Anonymous
A:There are instructions on the website, with other "shopper" reviews/discussions. I would read all these comments before you make a decision.
When I first started using the LUSH Henna product, the advice online was to allow as much time as possible to pass from the last time you used a chemical based color. I allowed 3-4 months to pass with no application of color before I switched to the Henna and I didn't experience an issue. However, I had never bleached my hair. Also, my hair went from brown to brown.Answered on 2/21/2014 by Anonymous
Q:I just ombred my hair and the ends are this really really light blond. I was wondering how long I should wait before I use my henna because I wanted to make the tips a little darker. Thanks so much!!Asked on 2/21/2014 by Tay
A:The henna dye will dye each differently colored portion of your hair a unique hue, so it depends on what you mean by "a little darker" and what you want the overall color/colors to be. Henna coats the hair like a tinted, clear varnish, so the dye isn't as strong as synthetic dyes. As a result, Caca Brun applied to blonde hair will leave it green-blue hued because the blonde base is such a light color, so if this is not the color you're hoping for, then I'd suggest waiting for these blonde pieces to grow out or wait until you cut them out. Caca Brun applied to dark brown hair will just even out the overall color, and add a lot of shine. If you have more questions about this, please email our Customer Care Team at email@example.comAnswered on 4/2/2014 by Kendra M from LUSH Direct
Q:I've bought this, but I'm unsure on how much to use. Or to go wrapped/unwrapped.
I have thick bra strap length hair, how much of this should I use?
It's also a dull medium brown- never been dyed before. I'm after a dark dark brown but with some redness too it. Should I wrap it, or unwrap. Or leave it on longer, and keep it wrapped for half the time? Thanks :)Asked on 2/18/2014 by Kat
A:From the hair that you've described, I would recommend using a full henna block (all 6 pieces.) The Caca Brun has very little red in it, so won't make it much redder but will add a general warmth. If you do want to try maximizing the red, it is good to wrap it in plastic. Think of henna as a banana--leaving it exposed to the air will oxidize it and turn it brown or enhance the brown shades. For the two red hennas (Marron and Rouge) we say to leave it on as long as possible, up to 8 hours, as this will also heighten the redness.Answered on 3/21/2014 by Kendra M from LUSH Direct
A:I have read that if you want redder tones to your hair when using henna, you should wrap your hair the whole time your have the henna in. I hope this helps!
-MaggieAnswered on 2/19/2014 by Anonymous
A:I have mousey brown hair just past my shoulders and I used 3 squares, so half the bar. I continued to add warm water to the mixture throughout the application process to keep it from getting hard and flaky. After it was all applied, I twisted my hair on top of my head and wrapped it in plastic wrap and then a hankerchief and left it on all day (about 6 hours). It came out a beautiful rich shade of brown, with my natural highlights showing through, just darker instead of the brassy blonde they tend to get.Answered on 2/19/2014 by Anonymous
A:Definitely wrap it. Wrapping it does 2 things, it gives you a richer color
and helps contain the mess.
I use 3 blocks for thick, past the shoulder length hair. For your first
time, you might want to use more just so you don't run out. Make sure you
get the consistency of a thick pea\tomato soup. It helps apply it and it
goes further if it's runny versus muddy consistency. It's most important to
get it spread on all the hair.
Make sure you put down newspaper around where you are going to apply it!
The longer you can keep it on and wrapped the richer, more attractive the
color in my opinion. It also stays on your hair longer. Henna will
eventually fade out, but it takes time. I have medium brown hair with gray,
and I leave mine on as long as possible - I shoot for 5 - 6 hours. Do not
be afraid of the color impact. It's not like a chemical where the color is
radically changed in a short time. Again, leave it on as long as you have
time for. You will appreciate the color more. Enjoy!
MichelleAnswered on 2/19/2014 by Anonymous
A:Use half the bar, wrap after application. 2-3 hours should be sufficient time, longer on grey hair.Answered on 2/19/2014 by Anonymous
Q:I just colored my hair with Caca Brun yesterday and I love it. I would like to know how long do I have to wait to use the henna again. How often can I dye with Caca Brun without damaging my hair?Asked on 1/28/2014 by KW
A:Henna is not damaging to the hair because unlike a synthetic dye which penetrates the hair follicle, henna coats the follicle making it shiny and healthy. This means that every time you henna you hair it continues to build on the hair, making the colour deeper and the hair it thicker. I would recommend using the henna every 4-6 weeks but it would not damage the hair if you waited only a couple weeks in between.Answered on 1/29/2014 by Anonymous
A:Caca Brun henna is made of all natural ingredients and therefore is not
damaging to your hair, i sometimes go only 2-3 weeks between henna
Hope this response was helpfulAnswered on 1/29/2014 by Anonymous
I love my caca and use it every 3 months or so. It never seems to damage my tresses, in fact, my hair always is softer, shinier and has a wonderful chocolate glow! My grays turn a diffused light brown to gold and I have my hairdresser come over and apply it. To make it last longer, I only apply on my hairline to about midway back. Hope this helps!Answered on 1/28/2014 by Anonymous
Q:right now I dye my hair every 6 weeks to cover grey. will henna cover grey? if so, how long will it last?Asked on 1/16/2014 by Lesley from Sterling Heights, MI
A:We actually don't recommend using our hennas to cover grey if you have a substantial amount of them. Grey hairs are extremely stubborn and difficult to color with the hennas, and sometimes will be left an undesirable color. For example, if you use the Caca Brun on a lot of grey hair, your hair will most likely end up with a greenish-blue color to it, and the Marron/Rouge can leave the hair orange. It is a permanent hair dye, so it has to grow out to be completely removed. Please strand test a small amount of the henna on a hidden area of your hair before applying it to your whole head so you can see how it is going to work for you.Answered on 3/8/2014 by Kendra M from LUSH Direct
A:I have tried to cover my grays with henna but have found that even with repeated applications it gives them a sort of highlighting effect instead of a coverage. If having sort of reddish highlights works for you then give it a try. Also thought I'd mention that I asked Lush by email and in store if it was ok to color with regular hair dye after a henna treatment or if that would damage my hair? I was told that it would be ok as long as I wasn't trying to go lighter. This is because their hennas contain no metals like other henna brands do. Hope this helps.Answered on 1/16/2014 by Anonymous
A:Yes! I use henna to cover grey, in my experience henna and indigo works best.. My hair is very dark.Answered on 1/16/2014 by Anonymous
Q:I've been dying my hair for about 2-3 years now(About 2 or 3 times a year), Its been red, almost black, half blond, and a few shades of brown. Right now, Its a medium to light-dark off-brown tiny bits of red and slight blond under layer. I want to get closer to my natural hair color (Light/Med Brown) again for my sophomore year of high school. My hair is not horribly damaged, but it is damaged slightly. Would Caca Brun work at all for me?? I'm looking for something that is going to last, and darken gradually over time if possible. If it fades, after how long does it fade and what color should it revert to? If I decide to change my hair after using Caca Brun, is there any length of time to wait? I've heard many horrible horrible stories of henna turning hair green after going to the pool, and turning red over time. Any help for this newbie?Asked on 12/31/2013 by Hesitating with Henna from Somewhere, Pa
A:Henna is a permanent dye so we do not advise it for someone who is looking for the color to fade over time. This being said, it is very healthy and nourishing for the hair so if you are looking to repair some damage it might be a nice choice for you. If you choose to go back to synthetic color after using henna we recommend waiting at least a few months. As is the case any time you change your hair color, it is very important to do a strand test ahead of time to ensure you are getting the results you are looking for.Answered on 3/19/2014 by Melissa S from LUSH Direct
A:Caca brun is beautiful, no green but I did see indigo on one of my highlights one time
But I think it came that way because I really boiled it. It lasts long, at least a month. The color is very natural looking and comes darker the hotter you make the mixture. It is not red at all but a very natural dark brown. I actually am surprised by how natural it looks and not at all red which I expected from henna. Maybe don't make it super hot the first time if you're not sure. To remove henna hot oil is your best bet. Good luck!!!
Sent from my iPhoneAnswered on 1/2/2014 by Anonymous
A:we use caca brun and my daughter loves it. we mix it with hot coffee instead of just plain hot water. it starts out very dark and fades to a medium brown after a few washes. it lasts about six weeks. your hair can look slightly green in certain types of light but it is only the lighting picking up certain hues. we don’t mind that because it isn’t really green. I don’t know about the swimming because we have never had that situation come up as of yet. I will say that it is far safer than any of the other dyes/highlighting we have used on our hair, so it is worth it to us. we know someone who got blood cancer from using black hair dyes so I will always recommend caca over any other chemical based dyes/highlighters. I have used the caca marron-that will definitely turn your hair red so if you don’t like red, do not use that. we also use the I love juicy shampoo when we rinse out the caca and it helps set the color. when I mix the caca, i make ours the consistency of a runny yogurt because it spreads better and we also use a hand held cheese shredder to break down the caca bar...
I hope this helps...Answered on 1/1/2014 by Anonymous
Q:I am giving this a try but wanted to ask how long will the color stay on your hair? even on your scalp since it stains? & is there a way to remove it if I absolutely hate the color?Asked on 11/24/2013 by YV from BURBANK, CA
A:With all our hennas, the effects and color is dependent on your hair type, length and condition. Caca Brun is a very neutral henna that works with existing hair color. Results very from chestnut-red to classic brown. Redder tones come with wrapping the hair in the hour or two that the henna needs to be left on. Brunettes can use Caca Brun for its fantastic conditioning and shine inducing properties without seeing a drastic change to their natural color.
I would highly recommend trying a strand test with our henna before purchasing!Answered on 11/28/2013 by Anonymous
A:The color lasts about a month on me. But it depends on your hairs length, health thickness etc. I have pretty pale skin and it has not stained my skin so that shouldn't be a problem. I would recommend you trace around your scalp with coconut oil or ultrabland (from Lush) just in case. I doubt you won't like the color because this is a subtle brown. If you want it to be more red wrap your hair in Saran Wrap. If you want a cooler brown let it air dry. Good luck!Answered on 11/27/2013 by Anonymous
A:Lush henna will be the most vibrant for 2+ weeks after coloring. The color continues to develop in the days after the first application, so expect to see the best results in about 3 days. To prevent scalp staining, rub petroleum jelly (Vaseline) along the hairline. No way to remove color after applying. Caca Brun is a very neutral henna that works with existing hair color. Results very from chestnut-red to classic brown. Redder tones come with wrapping the hair in the hour or two that the henna needs to be left on.Answered on 11/25/2013 by Anonymous
A:The color lasted months for me, and my hair has been so damaged it wouldn't
hold any color at all before. The stain on my scalp came off after two or
three washes. The color can't be bleached out or removed, and you shouldn't
try to color over it for at least 6-8 weeks as it can actually cause
irreparable damage. But I waited several months before coloring over and
my hair is healthier and shinier than it has ever been after using chemical
dyes.Answered on 11/24/2013 by Anonymous
Q:Can you tell me if this Caca Brun will stain my sink or shower?Asked on 11/21/2013 by Anne from Austin, TX
A:It is possible for the Caca Brun to stain your sink or shower. I would highly suggest laying down some newspaper or a cloth before using this henna. I would also immediately wash off the area after completion. Some customers have claimed it was a very easy clean up afterwards, but I would proceed on the error of caution if you are worried about stains at all!Answered on 11/28/2013 by Anonymous
A:Yes, but only if you don't wash it off immediately after you are done. I'd
lay down newspaper on counter tops though. I applied mine in the shower and
cleaned my shower before I stepped out of it. Good luck.
KristenAnswered on 11/22/2013 by Anonymous
A:I used a drop cloth over the sink and floor. And rinsed the henna out into a stainless steel kitchen sink before getting into the shower.Answered on 11/22/2013 by Anonymous
A:I made a huge mess in my bathroom with the henna, but it did not stain at all. It was a very easy clean up!
Sent from my iPhoneAnswered on 11/22/2013 by Anonymous
A:It will not stain. It hardens very quickly and becomes flaky. Easy clean up.
Sent from my iPhoneAnswered on 11/21/2013 by Anonymous
Q:When I mix up the CacaBrun it looks green, not brown. Is this normal?Asked on 11/21/2013 by Anne from Austin, Texas
A:Yes, that is normal with our Caca Brun. Our Henna is all natural and made with real herbs and does appear green when harvested. Don't fret though, this does not mean that it will make your hair turn green! Once the henna is mixed in your hair, the herbs blend and start to release the dye!Answered on 11/28/2013 by Anonymous
A:Yes that is a normal appearance for henna and not indicative of your ultimate hair color.Answered on 11/22/2013 by Anonymous
A:Yes, this is perfectly normal. Unlike chemical hair dye, the CacaBrun (well, all of the Caca hair colors) are made from real, natural herbs. Henna in particular when harvested, dried and powdered is a bright green. Pure indigo is also a a green color albeit a bit darker. So don't worry! When you mix the CacaBrun up it will still be green, what happens is that after the herbs are mixed and applied to the hair they start to release the dye.
Good luck and happy hair dyeing!!Answered on 11/22/2013 by Anonymous
Q:My hair is naturally black. I want to tone down a bit and turn it dark brown instead. Does this product work on naturally black hair?Asked on 11/4/2013 by Mikomi
A:The turn out of our hennas can depend on the natural colour of your hair. The Caca Brun may not give the effect you are looking for because your hair is so dark. The Caca Marron might be a better option. It will be slightly more red but could provide your hair with the lighter colour you are looking for.Answered on 11/5/2013 by Brandy from LUSH
A:I've been using LUSH henna for almost a year now and I absolutely love it. My hair is naturally dark brown with red highlights in the sun. When I use my combination of 1/2 Caca Brun and 1/2 Caca Marron I get a bright auburn effect that looks very natural. To answer your question, I think that by using the Caca Brun alone on your black hair would result in very pretty but mild auburn highlights and not a dark brown. If you want more of a change I suggest you add some Caca Marron into your mix for more of a vibrant color! I have never been disappointed with my color results, you should give it a try! <br/><br/>Sent from Yahoo! Mail for iPadAnswered on 11/4/2013 by Anonymous
Q:I have coca rogue henna. It already expired. I know it's best not to use it but what would happen if i did use it? It's been well kept and smells the same and has the same appearance as when it was first bought. It's in it's original bag and was kept out of the way of everything in a box. Nothing seems out of the ordinary about it.Asked on 11/3/2013 by Anabel
A:It is never recommended to use any LUSH products that have expired. Even if it looks and smells fine the products ingredients will have degraded, and the product will have lost its effectiveness. We don't test our products after they have expired, so it is hard to say what would happen if the henna was used past its expiration date.Answered on 11/18/2013 by Melissa S from LUSH Direct
Q:Can you use henna hair dye on color treated hair?Asked on 10/10/2013 by ashley from San Antonio Tx
A:Yes, you can use this product on previously colored hair. We always recommend that you try a strand test before full application to see if it effects your hair differently.Answered on 12/8/2013 by Anonymous
A:I don't think hennas are usually used on previously color treated hair. If you really want to use it make sure it's been at least two months since you used a regular dye.Answered on 10/23/2013 by Anonymous
Yes you can it may take a few applications to avoid the 2 tone hair color - I would also recommend that you apply the hair color early in the evening - cover with plastic wrap and sleep with it...this will allow a more uniform color absorption.Answered on 10/19/2013 by Henna pro! from Tempe AZ
A:Yes. You can use it on color treated hair, but it could possibly affect the outcome so I would make sure that you do a strand test first
-MaggieAnswered on 10/10/2013 by Anonymous
A:My hair had many layers of permanent dye before I tried lush's henna. I had no adverse effect from using henna over my dyed hair. The only thing to keep in mind is that if the is a dramatic difference in color between your roots and the rest of your hair, the henna will not cover evenly. I had dark blond roots (about 1/2 an inch) and the rest of my hair was very dark brown. After using the caca brun my roots were more of a coppery red while the rest of my hair was an enhanced glossy dark brown. If you are trying to cover light hair with a darker henna/indigo, I recommend a 2 step process, get some plain henna powder and henna your hair (the lighter hair will get very red) then once you rinse apply your lush caca in whatever color. This should cover the lighter hair and get a more even result on your hair. Good luck!Answered on 10/10/2013 by Anonymous
Q:I am naturally blonde (my roots are about a 7), I have had a long history of highlighting my hair, dying it brown, trying to get it back to blonde, etc. As of now I haven't colored my hair for over two years. I'm thinking it would be really nice to try the caca brun to give my hair some depth for the winter. I have read through the questions and answers and noticed that the henna is referred to as being 'permanent' - but it fades. I guess I am wondering what percentage of the color will fade over the next 6-8 months (by next summer) - I am probably going to want to be blonde again for the summer, and certainly for my wedding in a year and a half. Just for a point of reference I only wash my hair once or twice a week, so this will probably also slow the fading down. Is this a good product for me, and what is a realistic expectation as far as fading? One more thing- will my hair still naturally lighten from the sun?Asked on 9/24/2013 by Lucy from Middlefield, CT
A:Most of our customers find that the visible effects of henna face within 6-8 weeks of application, and this varies widely from person to person, so it's impossible to predict the percentage of visible fade at any given point in time. That said, since most people find that the visible effects fade within two months, it could be expected that this would be the case in 6-8 months. While henna coats the hair, the sun can still have a lightening effect on it.Answered on 12/19/2013 by Brandy from LUSH
Q:I'm wondering how long I should wait before washing my hair? I washed the henna out this morning, after sleeping with it in, and only used conditioner. So, how long should I wait before washing my hair again?Asked on 8/28/2013 by Krista from United States
A:After leaving the henna on over night, you are okay to begin shampooing and conditioning as you normally do right away afterwards.Answered on 10/28/2013 by Kendra M from LUSH Direct
There are so many schools of thought on this - I have been using henna on my hair for 2 years now - so this is what I do! I sleep with the henna so when I rinse and the water has run clean I then use a clarifying shampoo - leave it on my head while I shower - clean up the shower and shave - I then rinse and repeat - finally use a conditioner. After coloring for 2 years with henna this is what works for me.Answered on 10/19/2013 by Henna pro! from Tempe AZ
A:That depends on your hair. Is it oily? Do you wash every day? To maximize color retention with any coloring product you should not wash your hair too frequently.Answered on 8/29/2013 by Anonymous
I did the same procedure you did with my hair. I slept with the henna in
then washed it out in the morning with conditioner. You really only need
to wait a day to shampoo your hair again. It should still have the rich
color aquired from the henna dye the night before.Answered on 8/29/2013 by Anonymous
Q:How long does this product stay in your hair? Will it be impossible for me to use a chemical hair dye after using this henna?Asked on 8/10/2013 by Regina from United States
A:Henna acts more like a stain, and coats the hair follicle. Because of this coating, it is very difficult for Chemical dyes to reach into the porous hair and change the surface. Results can vary from person to person, but in general, you may not get the results you are hoping for by putting the chemical dye over top of a henna dye
We always suggest that you perform a strand test, whether your hair is dyed or not, so you can see what the results might look like on you hair before you go ahead and do the whole dye job, so if you are thinking of re-dyeing your hair sooner than later, I would highly recommend that you do this first. That way you can see if it's going to turn out the way you would like!Answered on 8/14/2013 by Anonymous
Q:Could I dye my hair after using this henna?Asked on 7/6/2013 by Pri from San Antonio, Tx
A:You can use other dye after using henna, but we would recommend waiting until the majority of the henna has left your hair. If you try to dye your hair right away after using henna, there is a good chance the new dye won't adhere properly. You can try using products with citrus or sea salt in them to help remove the old colour faster.Answered on 9/25/2013 by Anonymous
Q:I have bright, highlighted blonde hair. I was thinking of doing this for fun because it sounds temporary & non damaging but is it actually temporary? Will I have to have my highlights completely redone if I do this? Or will it fade after a month?Asked on 6/16/2013 by CJ from FL
A:Caca Brun is a semi-permanent hair colour, and the visible effects usually fade within 6-8 weeks. Since it contains indigo henna, which doesn't easily adhere to lighter-coloured hair, we do not recommend using Caca Brun on blonde hair.Answered on 10/3/2013 by Brandy from LUSH
A:Non damaging, yes. Temporary, NO. Im sure there will be some fading, but it will not be gone in a month. Doesnt sound like henna is the right product for you. ANd you should never bleach your hair after a henna application, It will just help the henna go deeper into the hair.. Good luck!Answered on 9/10/2013 by Amanda the partial grey... from USA