Naturtint Permanent Hair (G) Colour- Plant Enriched, 135ml
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Naturtint Permanent Hair (G) Colour- Plant Enriched, 165ml Details
Naturtint Permanent Hair Color 4G Golden Chestnut is one of the 5 Golden shades. Find the right hue for you with Naturtint color chart! Similar options include 5G Light Chestnut Brown and 6N Dark Blonde. You can go as dark as you like in one treatment, but with Naturtint, you can only lighten by one or two shades; more than that can often create unwanted brassy tones.
Ingredients Our Hair Loves
With ingredients derived from plants and seed oils, Naturtint plant enriched products are carefully designed for their beneficial properties to help you achieve gorgeous hair.What's extraordinary about their products is what you won't find in Naturtint vegan-friendly formulas:
Zero Ammonia, Zero Artificial Fragrance, Zero Parabens, Zero Heavy Metals and Zero Sodium Lauryl Sulfate (SLS)
What's in the Box
- Colorant 2.03 fl.oz / 60ml
- Color Developer 2.03 fl.oz / 60ml
- Color Fixing Shampoo 0.51 fl.oz / 15ml
- Protective Conditioner 0.51 fl.oz / 15ml
- CC Cream 0.51 fl.oz / 15ml
- Protective gloves
- Instruction leaflet
- Choosing a Naturtint Permanent Shade
When using Natural (N) shades, if you tend to go too red, golden, brassy, or yellow then blend in an Ash color. For example, with 6N, 7N, 8N use 8A or with 9N or 10N, use 10A. To tone down Mahogany (4M, 5M and 7M) colors, or if you are using these shades on grey hair, mix with similar number of a Natural color. To mellow Coppers (5C, 7C and 8C) or if you are using these shades on grey hair, mix with similar number of a natural color. Please keep in mind that your final color results will depend on the current color, thickness and overall condition of your hair.
Natural (N): These shades are ideal for keeping your natural tone.
Pro-tip: N is best for covering gray hair and giving a natural-looking result. Since gray hairs have lost their natural pigment, they soak up dyes more steadily. That means that brighter colors and reds won’t always look natural. If you prefer warm or red tones, mixing with the Natural (N) will give your hair a more uniform result.
Golden (G): Since they have more yellow and some orange pigments, these tones add warmth to your hair.
Ash: Ash tones add coolness to your hair. To counteract brassiness, choose from this line(best when mixed with N tone).
Copper (C): With primarily orange pigments, these are vibrant shades.
Mahogany (M & I): For more purple and red pigments, use this line to get a red-violet tint.
Red (R): To achieve a red hue, pick from these red-pigmented shades.
Chocolate: Add warmth with these deep brown colors.
Darkening/Lightening: You can go as dark as you like in one treatment, but with Naturtint, you can only lighten by one or two shades; more than that can often create unwanted brassy tones.
Covering Grey - Very resistant grey will require 40 minutes development time and the 'Natural' colors are usually the most suitable. Brighter tones such as the Mahogany and Copper tones should be mixed with a Natural tone if applied to grey or white hair. Lighter tones can look more flattering against our skin tone as we age, so don't be afraid to go a shade lighter than your natural color once was.
Blends - You can mix any of Naturtint 32 colors. Most people find that coloring one or two shades darker or lighter than their natural color suits their skin tone well.
Naturtint can be used to create an endless number of styles and looks, all from the comfort of your own home! The “Shadow Color Technique” and “Graduation Color” tutorial videos below demonstrate just two of the looks that can be achieved by blending colors and shades!
Ensure your hair is dry and clean, as styling products can affect your final color result. We recommend coloring your hair a day after shampooing, to allow some of the scalp’s natural oils to be produced.
We recommend having old towels on hand for spills, preventing stains, etc. You may also need plastic hair clips for sectioning your hair, or a plastic bowl and brush for root touch-ups.
Comb your hair before application.
Always wear gloves and ensure that you have any other supplies you may need.
- Protect your shoulders with a towel to prevent accidental staining of your clothes. You may also wish to protect the immediate surrounding area, especially any carpets or fabric as permanent staining may occur if color mixture is accidentally spilled.
- Put on the gloves provided and keep them on during the entire coloring process.
- Unscrew the caps of both the Colorant and the Color Developer. Pour the total contents of Colorant into the Color Developer bottle and replace the applicator cap.
- Shake the Applicator Bottle well for two minutes until the mixture is completely blended.
If you are using the Applicator Bottle to make the mixture, IMMEDIATELY unscrew the tip of the lid and proceed to Step 2.
Full Head/First Time Color
- Using gloved hands, first apply the mixture to your roots, using the tip of the applicator bottle to part your hair into small sections.
- Immediately massage the remaining mixture through the rest of your hair, to ensure the colorant is evenly spread.
- Leave on to develop for 30 minutes.
Short Hair/Roots Only
- Using gloved hands, pour your required amount of colorant and developer into a plastic bowl and mix with a brush for 2 minutes until totally blended. Apply enough mixture to cover your roots using the brush.
- Massage the mixture into your roots and leave to develop for 20 minutes (30 minutes if you have stubborn gray).
- Then, using gloved hands, massage the remaining mixture throughout the rest of your hair and leave for an additional 5-10 minutes.
- To achieve a more intense color, or to cover stubborn grays, increase the development time on your roots to a maximum of 40 minutes.