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For a mysterious blue-black gloss
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Item No. 08078
The darkest of our henna blocks, Noir is made from fair trade cocoa butter, the finest Persian henna and deep blue indigo hues to leave hair soft, glossy and deeply conditioned. Those with dark hair will notice a rich blue-black tint throughout, and the more you use it, the more the color intensifies. After the first use, your hair will turn several shades darker, but to truly release your dark side, apply every 4-6 weeks.
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Does not wrk

Victoria | 1 month ago

Followed the directions, left it on for 6 hours and it did absolutely nothing to my hair. Waste of money and time. Clearly the noir block doesn't work! They need to recall this product.

My best application yet! Very fresh Henna Block

ohio | 1 month ago

Hey Lushies! I have used this brand of henna for at least 3yrs. Yes it can be a bit messy. but with the right tools and a steady hand, clean up is a breeze. I only need one piece of the henna block per application. I boil my water in a kettle. Then I cut my henna block into smaller pieces. Add boiling water (Little at a time) Stir, let cool and use gloves. Gloves will help your hands from getting messy and keep henna from getting under your nails. My Noir color comes out black and shiny. and I love how it conditions and penetrate my natural 4c hair. Thanks Lush!!
Yes, I would recommend to a friend

Not the same product it was 20 years ago.

Honolulu, HI | 1 month ago

I last used Lush Noir henna almost 2 decades ago and got beautiful results. Stuck at home with the virus, I tried it again - and the Noir is just not the same, meaning it just doesn't work. The color does not take whatsoever. After two hours under a shower so covered with a towel wrap, my hair is the exact same color it was before. I will try again in the next few days trying to mimic the directions from years ago when I last used this.

Not getting this product again

Woodbridge, VA | 1 month ago

I picked up some of the noir henna because I have a really hard time getting my gray hair (I'm Asian Indian) to accept color and I wanted to give the product a try. I mixed up the paste and let it sit for a few hours to get the pigment to activate. I applied it to my hair as a thick paste and kept it on for two hours. It didn't do anything; my gray hair stayed gray. I also found the packaging really inconvenient since this henna is sold as a block that you have to cut up instead of an easy to use powder. I won't be purchasing this again.

I definitely won't buy it again

Ka | 1 month ago

It's the worst thing that I ever done for my hair !!! I follow the exact directions in the lush website on how to apply/use henna , I used the color noir and wanted to get black color ( my hair naturally is very dark ) but it's definitely not a black color its more like a dark red tone ( lighter than my natural hair color) !!! My hair becameAfter using henna so so dull so harsh and so dry !!!! ( i never dyed my hair or used chemicals on it ) it was the worst experience everrrr :( please think twice before u buy it ...

Pretty fun experience, hair feels good. Color? A little.

Seattle, WA | 2 months ago

I have been wanting to try Lush henna for 2 years and while quarantined I finally broke down and ordered it. You definitely need about 6-7 continuous hours at home to use this product, with all the prep time, waiting for the dye to set in your hair (4 hours wait, you can do other things during that time, though), and then cleaning up. The experience of dyeing my hair with this product was fun. My hair has also never felt better in my whole life! Unfortunately, I have dark brown hair that has never been dyed before, so my hair is not really noticeably different after all that effort. This product is wonderful if you are bored and stuck in your house and don't really care how your hair turns out, but if that's not the case, I'd say pick another hair dye.

I would never ever buy this and I wish I could get my money.

Ontario | 2 months ago

It looks beautiful, smells beautiful, it is packaged beautifully, but this product simply does not work. I bought this henna for my mother who has grey hair, thinking this would be amazing. I love lush and shop here constantly, so I trusted the brand. I thought maybe while the end result might not be exactly black, it would at least do something. With my mother's hair being grey it should super easy to stain with henna. I am someone who has used henna before, many many many times, I grew up using it. As someone who knows henna, I thought, yeah you can't really go wrong with it (henna. stains sooo easily especially on grey hair). My mother had this in her hair for at least 5 hours minimum, but nothing happened, there was no change at all. This is a beautiful, and EXPENSIVE paper weight. Honestly I want my money back, or a henna that works, this is ridiculous. I am okay with paying these prices for products that work. This is really disappointing and honestly kind of upsetting because this was a mothers day present, and we hadn't opened it to try it until recently so I can't even return it. I bought 2 of them, because I trusted the brand. Ugh.

Perfect for me

KY | 5 months ago

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I have been using Lush henna for almost 2 years now. I absolutely love it! I feel like I have worked out a good system that what works for me. I have read a lot of the reviews and complaints about this product. I do believe there is a lot of misconception of what henna is. When I recommend henna to friends I always make them very aware of the commitment it takes to use henna. It's not a hair dye, it's a hair stain. Therefore the results vary greatly based on your individual hair type. Henna is best for those who want a subtle color change or to simply nourish your hair. I use it to get a beautiful shine and to keep my hair a glossy dark brunette. Obviously lighter hair color will show the results much better than darker shades. Henna is VERY messy and VERY time consuming. I do believe they mention that the more times you use henna the better your results, which is very true. I used Rouge for a year and have now switched to Noir. I have naturally dark hair, so it took at least 4 applications to lighten my hair to a redder hue. From there it continued to get lighter, now that I've switched to Noir, it is more of a dark cherry. Which I LOVE. My brother used the Rouge on his dark blonde hair and his result was flaming red! Since using henna, my hair has grown at least 8 inches within a year, which is unheard of for me. I also limit heat on my hair as well as only washing with natural shampoos once a week. Granted this may not work for everyone. With henna, it takes time to find that place that works best for your hair type. Like I said before, it's a commitment. I will always recommend Lush henna to anyone who wants to stain your hair. It's far better than using harsh chemicals! If you are searching for a quick color change for dark hair, henna is not for you. Lighter natural colors will show much stronger and quicker.
Yes, I would recommend to a friend

-12/10 would NOT recommend

Los Angeles, CA | 5 months ago

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Instructions seemed simple, and I researched with lush videos, lush website instructions, and even other customers inputs. Saw some mixed reviews, but was gonna give it the benefit of the doubt. Waste. Of. Precious. Time. First of all, grating and chopping the henna dye is a HASSLE. The product, just like other lush products, should be READY TO USE RIGHT AWAY. Not like I need to get ready to cook or prepare for something that has been shortened to simple and easy steps by other hair product industries. Second, the ever-loving MESS this product makes! I mean, for real. It's not enough that I need to expend a lot of time and energy to make and use this product but clean up the DUST and flakes before, during, and AFTER the application of the dye?!?? Third, and I can't mention this enough... TIME. Did the recommended 4 HOURS to let the hair dye set. Result? No change. ABSOLUTELY NO CHANGE. Hair wasn't even softer or anything, but NO COLOR CHANGE??? It defeats the exact purpose this product was made for. Now, I understood at the beginning that the product may not produce the "exact or best results" that a customer would like for them to have. Received information from both Lush employees and reviews. But still, there was supposed to be SOMETHING. ANYTHING positive that showed the product WORKED. Nope. All it did was result in waste of time, extended and unnecessary preparation AND clean-up. Will go back to Lush and request for an exchange or refund. P.S. Sorry if this is already too long, but if you are preparing to use this product just to "give it a try"? Be prepared for flakes still falling out of your hair after already trying to wash off the dried up hair dye from your scalp and hair strands. After you dry your hair, be prepared to wipe down your bed and floor of it. If you want to waste your time in letting the dye set in for 1 - 4 hours, it's up to each person. Just saying there will really be no change or result worth the effort and time put into this.

Too much work for the result

Rapid City, SD | 6 months ago

Literally spent a good 5 hours of my life on this product that made my hair *maybe* one shade different. And getting the product to a useable state is incredibly difficult. I used a cheese grater to make a powder, which I have thick hair so getting enough was a process in itself. Then apply the goop the my hair, and let it set for 4 hours. I was only going to do 2 hours because I'm impatient but I went the whole 4 hoping for the best result. Now, I did get moisturized, shiny hair. What I did not get was beautiful dark blue/black hair. And rinsing it is a monumental pain also because it leaves little pieces of what looks like henna dandruff in your hair. I'll honestly probably use the rest of the block since I already paid $30 for it but I definitely won't buy it again.
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