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Long before LUSH was LUSH, Mark Constantine LUSH founder and inventor studied as a trichologist - someone who studies the health of the hair and scalp. With over 30 year of experience, Mark has been working with henna formulations since the late 1970s, and has even written a book on herbal hair colors. When it comes to hair, Mark is our resident expert.
While it has been many years since he started working in a hair salon, (now he spends his days tinkering in his lab inventing products and perfumes), Mark went back to the chair to teach a master class in henna. If you've ever had questions, or struggled with the best way to apply henna it's time to sit at the front of the class/ your computer, and take notes.
... there may be a test afterwards....
One of the amazing things about our preservative-free, and all natural LUSH Les Cacas henna hair colors is that they look different on everyone. We can’t say exactly how Les Cacas will turn out on your hair because they work more like a gloss or varnish than a traditional dye, so it depends a lot on the colour of your hair now. That’s why we recommend you doing a strand test before you do your whole head.
Caca Noir: If you've got darker brown to black hair, you can expect a dark, blue-black indigo tint. We don't recommend Noir for light hair colors as it has a lot of indigo, which is naturally a bluish green shade.
Caca Brun: Mousey brown, medium and dark brunettes can expect a glossy, unified rich coffee brown color with Caca Brun. Lighter blonde and grey hair will turn several shades darker, turning brown with a green cast. Adding another coat of the same color will darken and develop it further.
Caca Marron: If you hair is very dark in color, it will become glossy, shiny ...