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Tints of Nature Conditioning Permanent Hair Color - 8N Natural Light Blonde

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Introducing Tints of Nature. The only professional, salon-grade hair products formulated with select natural and certified organic ingredients available for purchase outside of salons.

If you color your hair, you now have a new option, a better option. Tints of Nature bridges the gap between costly salon visits and over the counter, ammonia-based products with mediocre results. Say hello to beautiful healthy hair and lasting coverage of grays with gorgeous color that's gentle on your body and the environment. That's Tints of Nature.

  • Soy protein base formula used is the most effective natural method available.
  • Each botanical ingredient used meets a genuine need.
  • Clarifying, nourishing shampoo and conditioning treatment are included in each box of Tints of Nature
  • Certified organic ingredients in each box including: aloe vera leaf, chamomile flower, comfrey root, grapefruit seed, hydrolysed wheat protein, jojoba seed oil, orange peel, sunflower oil and sweet almond oil.
  • Ammonia free
  • Low levels of PPD (pigment)
  • Resorcinol free
  • Paraben free
  • Propylene Glycol free
  • Not tested on animals
  • Contains no animal ingredients

Each box includes: Color Gel, Colorfix, Clarifying Shampoo, Shampoo and Conditioner.

Please read directions before use.
PEG-2 Soyamine derived from Natural soya, Aqua derived from Filtered and de-ionised, Cocamide DEA derived from Coconut, Alcohol Denatured derived from Corn, Propanediol derived from Corn, Oleic Acid derived from Olive, grapeseed and seabuckthorn, Ethanolamine derived from Coconut, Parfum derived from Natural & synthetic, Hydrolysed Wheat Protein derived from Wheat, Sodium Sulfite derived from Synthetic, Sodium Hydrosulfite derived from Synthetic, Ascorbic Acid derived from Vitamin C, Tetrasodium EDTA derived from Synthetic, p-Aminophenol derived from Synthetic, PEG-7 Glyceryl Cocoate derived from Coconut, Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Leaf Extract derived from Aloe vera, Symphytum Officinale (Comfrey) Root Extract derived from Comfrey, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Peel Extract derived from Orange, Citrus Grandis (Grapefruit) Fruit Extract derived from Grapefruit, Tocopherol derived from Vitamin E, May also contain the following pigments:p-Phenylenediamine, 4-Chlororesorcinol, 2-Amino-4-Hydroxyethylaminoanisole Sulphate, N- Phenyl-p-Phenylenediamine Sulphate, 4- Amino-2 - hydroxytoluene, M-Aminophenol, 2- Methylresorcinol, p-Aminophenol, HC Yellow 2, 2-Amino-3-Hydroxypyridine.

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The only "natural" hair color I tried that actually works
Going through chemotherapy treatment for cancer has made me want to go more natural. I considered letting myself go gray (or in my case white as I am a blond by birth) to avoid the dangerous chemicals in hair coloring. But before I made that decision, I thought I would try a more natural hair coloring to see if it would be effective. I bought three different brands. The first two didn't work. The color was translucent and washed out within two weeks. The third try was a charm! Tints of Nature holds it's color as well as any hair color I have ever used. I don't know if it makes a difference but I follow the directions for resistant gray hair (applying dryer heat for the first 10 minutes of development). There is virtually no odor to this hair color and it doesn't seem to damage my hair at all. I strongly recommend.

9/28/2014 5:04 PM
Janice Mackey
Addy, WA

the best
I used to spend several hours and close to $150 every 6-8 weeks to get my hair colored. I stopped because it was burning my head and it took too much time. I now use Tints of Nature. It colors really well, does not burn, is inexpensive so I can use it every 3-4 weeks and I can do it at home in an hour. Fantastic stuff!

6/19/2014 5:18 PM
Patricia D'Amore
Newton, MA

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