Marron
Marron
Marron

Marron

Deep sultry auburn
5 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 08056
Vegan
Meltable
Made with all-natural ingredients, Marron is the perfect starter henna for those who want to go red, but aren't quite brave enough to take the plunge just yet. Instead, Marron will ease you in gently with the perfect balance of daring red and a modest rich brown all while softening, conditioning and adding glorious shine. We blend fair trade cocoa butter with the finest Persian black and red hennas and ground coffee to darken the red of the henna and create a beautifully rich, traffic-stopping shade.
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Reviews

4.2
112 Reviews
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Takes time and effort, but worth it

NY | 2 months ago

I was 45 when I first used this product on my dark brown hair with grey streaks in it. As someone who had never dyed her hair, I was looking for a gentle, natural way to turn my greys into reddish highlights. This product delivered! Just be prepared for the work and mess, and it will be fine. I used Vaseline on my ears and hairline, wore an old T-shirt, draped an old towel over my shoulders, and kept a roll of paper towels nearby to wipe up drips from hard surfaces. I wrapped my head in plastic cling wrap for about 4 hours before washing out using just conditioner. The results were lovely! My greys turned a coppery color, which "settled" a bit after about a week, and the rest of my dark hair took on a subtle auburn sheen. Wish I could post photos, but I see no way to do so.

Can't Live Without it - 10 years

Lafayette Indiana | 4 months ago

Verified Reviewer

I've been using Henna for 10 years since I was introduced through Lush. I always know when I need to reapply because I start getting more tangles, my hair starts to look flat and frizzy and feels rough, and my white hairs pop up. I've tried other brands, but in spite of seeming cheaper at first they end up costing more when you get only 100 grams and the lush bars are more than 300 grams Henna! Plus I like this color, it ads a reddish shine to my hair without going so far to orange that it becomes too obvious.
Yes, I would recommend to a friend

Amazing af

Brigham City, UT | 4 months ago

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I dye my hair every month with this! Now, it's not as dark as I want it to be, so I just mix it with caca brun, about 2:1 (marron:brun). I grate it with a food processor and mix it with what looks like too much hot water. They call it "caca" because it looks like poop. You want diarrhea texture. Lmao. Yes, it's messy as hell, but even when it drips on my skin, it doesn't stain longer than it takes to shower the stuff out of my hair. I wrap it in plastic wrap, pop on a beanie, and let it sit for about 4 hours. It may leak a bit from time to time, due to the heat from the beanie. Just wipe it away with a baby wipe. Again, it really won't stain. I use conditioner to wash it out because the slipperiness gets out the grittiness better than shampoo. Sometimes it takes a couple of conditionings to get it all out. A scalp scrubber helps, too. I don't wash for at least 3 days after rinsing. It'll be lighter and more orangey than you want at first, but let it develop for at least 24 hours before you truly judge it.
Yes, I would recommend to a friend

Love this stuff!

Katy, TX | 4 months ago

I was a bleach blonde for years, and sick of it. I started growing my hair out, which is naturally a weird light brownish red color. I used half a block of Maron and a quarter block of Rouge henna and then slept with it on overnight. I was worried my ends would be way too light, but I woke up to this awesome red color & I couldn't be happier! To top it off, my hair feels really soft and looks way shinier. I will definitely keep using this product!
Yes, I would recommend to a friend

Ill be using this forever

Tampa, Fl | 4 months ago

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Breathtaking color, left my hair that was pretty damaged at the ends in great condition. Rinse out is something else but totally worth it
Yes, I would recommend to a friend

Pretty much a hair tint. I loved it - but other's may not.

Pennsylvania | 4 months ago

I love the color that this product produced! My hair is naturally a dirty blonde with subtle red tones and I figured this was a way to naturally exaggerate the red. It made a very minor color change for me. It's not super noticeable but that's what I wanted. Unless you have light hair this isn't really going to be a dye, it's a hair tint. I personally only wanted a tint so I love it, but I definitely don't think it would work for everyone. The price/time/effort isn't worth it for anyone with dark hair that's looking for a major change in my opinion.
Yes, I would recommend to a friend

I've used only Lush Henna to color my hair for 14 years.

Northern California | 4 months ago

Verified Reviewer

I started using Lushs henna hair dyes in 2006 and have been so pleased I've never used anything else. At first I just really loved the softness and rich natural color it gave. Now that I've got a lot of grey hair I love how it softly colors them making them look like reddish gold highlights. So natural. And I feel good about not using any chemicals on my hair. It's thick and healthy.
Yes, I would recommend to a friend

I would recommend this product to any of my friends.

Oneonta, NY | 4 months ago

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I have used the Marron Henna hair dye and my hair is so incredibly soft, it has kept my hair healthy (and I have very fine hair), and the color is so natural that I've been asked many times if it's my natural hair color. I am naturally a dirty blonde and with the henna my hair is a stunning auburn with natural highlights and lowlights. I would recommend this product to anyone! It also very easy to use.
Yes, I would recommend to a friend

Used for five years

Little Rock | 5 months ago

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I have used this for about five years now. I dye my hair about twice a year with it. My natural color is a mousy brown, and this gives me a rich auburn that looks very natural. It get better and deeper with every use. I chop it up as fine as possible before adding hot water. I also tint my eyebrows with this. I just apply a little before I start applying it to my hair, and wipe it off when I finish, maybe 20 minutes. I squish my long hair into a bun, wrap it in plastic wrap, and wrap an old scarf on top of that. I find the scarf keeps it from dripping down my neck. This is a huge mess to apply, be sure to cover your bathroom in old towels or trash bags. I usually wear an old towel around my neck and no shirt when I put it on. It will stain any fabric or if it stays on tile too long. Washing it out is also a time consuming and messy process. Be sure to bring a cup into the shower with you to rinse the coffee grounds off the walls. Over all, while messy, the gorgeous color makes this so worth it. I love this stuff, and can't wait to continue to use it for years to come.
Yes, I would recommend to a friend

All of my worries were for nothing

Virginia | 5 months ago

I have mousy light brown hair naturally & it had been highlighted to within an inch of its life towards the ends & at the front, and was darker brown from an earlier dye job underneath. I was worried this would affect how the henna would take & it would look uneven.Thankfully, it turned out even & vibrant all over. It is slightly brighter where my highlights are, but it actually evened out the tones in my hair. My hair turned a nice coppery red/auburn over my natural hair, a deeper chestnut over the darker brown tones, & a more orangey/fiery red over my highlights but the colors do blend together well. Application-wise this was a bit of a nightmare. The block was hard to chop up. It stained my plastic cutting board. I heated the henna in a bain marie, adding some brewed green tea & the juice of half a lemon to help bring out the red tones. It melted down slowly & there were still some clumps. I made mine the texture of melted chocolate/a thin batter then worked out the clumps with my fingers in my gloves & waited for it to cool down. This time, I covered my bathroom in plastic trash bags, but next time, I'll just do the application in the tub & rinse the tub immediately after for an easier clean up. It was far messier than I thought it would be. I did as recommended & put aquaphor all over my neck, around the edges of my face and my ears. I started at the back of my hair, working in sections, but I think I would've done better to start at the front & smush it into a high bun as I went along. Even though I wasn't perfect in my application, it turned out even & I didn't miss spots. I used the whole block but could've probably used half. I massaged all the extra into my scalp & rubbed it through my ends. I saran-wrapped my head & put on a shower cap, but it continuously dripped down my face & neck over the 4 hours I kept it on so I had to keep wiping that off. It's definitely a chore but if you treat it like a spa day it's not so bad & the color is worth it.
Yes, I would recommend to a friend
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